Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Happy Q-thousand-thirteen! {Not-so-wordy Wednesday}


Quinn’s grandparents got another calendar for Christmas this past year. I must say, the “Q-thousand-thirteen” calendar turned out way better than the “Q-thousand-twelve.” I learned a lot from designing last year’s calendar, and I’ve gotten much better at using the MyMemories digital scrapbooking software.

I had a ton of fun with this project, so I thought I would share the results with you. What do you think? (Click on the images below to see them full-sized.)



Obviously, my watermark doesn’t appear in the actual printed calendar. I just added it here to help prevent some shady weirdo from stealing my stuff. (Hands off! It’s mine!)

Even if digital scrapbooking isn’t your thing, you can use the MyMemories software for a variety of other types of projects, such as a calendar. I’m also using it to make Quinn’s birthday party invitations and some decorations. (Yes, there will be a post all about that in just a couple months!) You can use graphics kits from other sources, too. See, you don’t have to be a design whiz to create some really cool projects.

For me, it’s way easier than using Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. If you’re interested in the MyMemories software, you can get $10 off the purchase price by using the promo code STMMMS53909.

I love this stuff. It's like the grown-up version of a coloring book.

Happy creating!


1 comment:

  1. Beautiful job, Melissa! What a great way to remember the year!

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