Snapshot memories. We all have them; those moments that last forever at the back of your mind, even once others fade away. Christmas is a magical time of year, and the perfect opportunity to enshrine your snapshot memories of holiday festivities forever in your yearbook.
Christmas spreads take up little real estate in your yearbook, but they can evoke strong memories when you view them later in life. Plus, Yearbook Hub makes it super simple to put one together. We’ve got Christmas pages all wrapped up, with a bow on top. Here’s our top tips to make your festive pages a real Christmas cracker – with all the trimmings!
The 5 days of Christmas (yearbook):
- On the first day of Christmas, gather up your festive snaps into a single sack by using cloud file storage, such as Google Drive. You could include photos from your school plays, events, or any images that students want to contribute.
- On the second day of Christmas, think about how you want to present your Christmas spread. We used the red tissue paper background from the Scrapbooking section of Yearbook Hub, but there’s a plethora of options out there – wrapping paper, macro images of baubles, or even a plain block colour background.
- On the third day of Christmas, decide upon your Christmas colours – red, green, silver, and gold. Generally, you only want to choose two of these, or it can start to look cluttered. We went with red and gold, but green and red or green and silver look great too.
- On the fourth day of Christmas, lay out your page. Choose a pre-designed montage or collage from the Layouts tab, and add your photos and any text you want to include.
- On the fifth day of Christmas, add the trimmings – seasonal clip art such as stars or candy canes.
If you felt the need to sing along with that, we’re sorry. Take a deep breath, and visit Yearbook Hub to get cracking.
Themed pages aren’t just for Christmas. In fact, they work great for any holiday. If you’re looking for more inspiration, how about a Halloween page?