The .psd file for the calendar is organized in folders - one for 2011, one for 2012, and 2013. Within each folder are one-layer templates for each month. This, unfortunately, makes the text non-editable but makes it much easier to change the layout of the calendar by simply dragging the month grid (including dates and days) into position where you want it. Below each month are two layers for the colour - one layer for the colour-stripe (behind the days of the week), and one layer for the dates. Each year has a different colour, which you can turn off or on, or change the colour if you like by filling the colour boxes with your choice of colour. You can adjust the transparency level of each colour to suit your liking. Or, you can replace the colour boxes with one of your own images if you'd rather do that.
For those who don't have photoshop and can't make use of the .psd file there are two transparent .png files available for download instead. One is the calendar template with no colour backgrounds, and the other is the calendar with the colour backgrounds.
This calendar template has now been archived. If you still need it for some reason, please download it from HERE.
And, for anybody who doesn't want to fiddle with their own calendar inserting backgrounds or making changes, you can download this printable calendar for your own use (use THIS LINK to download the file, do not click the image to download because the image is just a sample size).
With any luck, that should keep most of you busy for the next little while!