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12×36 Weekly Schedule

My sister, Jamie, requested a Weekly Schedule printable, to replace her Holiday to-do List in her 12×36 frame.  Lisa, was nice enough to throw one together for us!

I ended up printing gone for myself and I BEYOND love it!  It’s so nice to go over my planner each week and copy it to the Weekly Schedule for my whole family to see.  I have gotten tons of compliments and “I need one of these” from neighbors and friends too!  Lucky for them – all I have to do is send them over here and they can get one!

I am going to move my Winter to-do list to another wall, so I did get my Weekly Calendar up on the wall!

I decided to put it on that particular wall, because I walk past it 1000 times a day.  It’s the wall I look at as I exit my kitchen, walk down the hall and as I enter my laundry room!  I have loved having a place right by my kitchen to write down what groceries I need, etc!


We don’t have a crazy packed schedule yet, but it will be nice not to have to worry about my husband not knowing our weekly schedule.

You have a couple different options for downloading and printing your Weekly Schedule. We are offering a full 12×36 download or you can download the two 12×18’s (a top and a bottom) to have printed.  Our local Costco prints the 12×36 if you take the file in on a disk or USB stick.  That is the way I personally prefer to do it.  But, if you want to upload it somewhere, they usually will only allow you to upload the two 12×18’s.  Then you can piece them together!
Also, I purchased that frame from our local Roberts, but my sister ordered THIS one and it is great too!!  Also, I write on the glass with permanent marker and it comes off super easy with glass cleaner.  I’ve actually ordered THIS set, so that I can do a different color of marker for each family member.  But, you could use dry-erase markers if your preferred.
Update: We now also have a Goals Printable that goes great with this Weekly Schedule!

Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!
  • Digital Scrapbooking Made Easy

    >Awesome job on this! If you get a chance, I'd love to have you link them up to my party at http://scrapbookingez.blogspot.com/2012/01/anything-goes-linky-party_12.html. Thanks for sharing! (Just found your blog and love it!)

  • Joe, Laurie, Branko & Remmy!!

    >Thanks for sharing what kind of markers you use on your "fun to do" frames–bought a frame and have been meaning to make a fun "to do list"! I was wondering what kind of marker is safe to use and easy to clean!! I like that it's a permanent marker which should make it harder for little fingers to smear! Thanks again! Great site!

  • Crafty Mischief

    >This is brilliant! I really need to implement something like this at my house. Thanks for the free printable! I found you through Craftomaniac. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  • Six Sisters

    >This ideas is amazing! We love it! Thank you for linking up to "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." We hope you come back to share more great ideas next Saturday. -The Sisters

  • Pink Rufflez

    >What an amazing idea! Thank you so much for generously sharing the printable and the instructions!!!

  • Tonia L

    >Now this would be very useful! Thank for the printable!
    ~Tonia @TheGunnySack.com

  • Wendy

    is this laminated, or is there glass on top, or do you print a new one each week?

    • overthebigmoon

      It’s in a frame with glass. I right on the glass using permanent marker each week and then use window cleaner to clean the marker off. It works great! Thanks for the comment! Have a great day!

  • Sarah Moore

    Argh. Didn’t read this closely enough, and got it all put together in a frame with plastic, not glass. Did you know glass cleaner doesn’t take off permanent marker from plastic? 😛

    • Pam

      So sorry! No fun! Have you tried Goo Gone or Goo Gone 2? It is a little more intense. Good luck and sorry again! – Pam

  • aureliawlc

    Thanks so much for sharing! What program do you use to design this? I’m trying to design our scripture reading chart like this.

    • johnlisa02

      Photoshop Elements

  • Angi williams

    I would love to download this but can’t find the link? Any ideas where it could be? Thanks so much 🙂

    • Sorry – the downloads were down for a few days while we redid the download manager system! All the downloads are back up and working!