So, you didn't sell as many of your company branded calendars as you would have liked. No worries, you can still make a profit. Before you dump them into the recycle bin, here are 5 ways to repurpose them:
Simply take each month's picture and place it in an inexpensive frame that doesn't look inexpensive. You know what I'm saying. Then, you can sell each picture individually or as a set. Anyone creating a gallery wall will welcome them with open arms.
Group 4 or more complementary calendar pictures together and have them scanned at a local printer or FedEx Office location to create a poster.
Mixed Media Journal/Planner
If you're artistically gifted and a DIYer, then try your hand at creating mixed media covers for journals or planners using the calendar images. The possibilities are infinite as you can add any other materials that you like to create a unique work of art.
You likely have a digital version of the calendar images, so why not offer a package of screensavers. This way your clients can take their favorite image with them wherever they go on their computer or phone.
Coffee Table Book
The actual images from the calendar can be bound together to create a coffee table book. You can also use the digital images to create a hard or soft cover coffee table book.
Your Turn! Comment below and share how you're going to repurpose your left over calendar inventory.
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