Calendars are great for showing off your pictures but grinding them out slowly on an inkjet printer and laboriously assembling each one by hand isn't my idea of fun. It's not cheap, either.
What if you could put together a professionally-printed, four-color, spiral-bound calendar on heavy, semi-gloss paper stock in a couple of hours and then order and pay for only as many as you want? And what if the set-up was free? Sound too good to be true? Not if you let Lulu do it. Lulu.com is a totally automated print-on-demand publisher; after you put your calendar together it gets stored on their server, ready to go at a moment's notice.
When a calendar order comes in, it's printed within three to four business days and then shipped by whatever carrier you specify. And it only costs US $11.45 each plus shipping, even cheaper if you order in quantity. If you want them to, Lulu will also sell your calendar online so both you and they can make a profit.