Looking for yearbook examples to get inspired? Look no further. Last year we worked with Scent-a-Barks Doggy Daycare to produce a fun-filled yearbook showcasing their four-legged clients.
Remember the great moments from your last Halloween in primary or secondary school. Share photos from your costume competition or pumpkin carving contest in your leavers’ yearbook. We have a number of themed clip art images and backgrounds to decorate your pages and get you in the spooky spirit!
Fess up. You’ve done something really embarrassing, and I want to know about it. So does the entire school year.
I’m guessing you also want to read your friends’ confessions. Truth is, there’s tonnes of secrets at your school. Don’t you want to find them out?
Your teachers have been there through it all, from start to finish. They’ve dealt with your difficulties, the rising tempers, the soaring highs, and the downtrodden lows.
It’s only fair to remember the part they played in your schooldays by dedicating a section of your yearbook to them.
Blank Page Syndrome. We’ve all suffered from it. I know I’m suffering from it now.
Sometimes you sit down to write, but nothing comes to mind. After an hour or two of staring at the screen, you find it’s as blank and white as a sugar-dipped polar bear wearing a ghost costume in an arctic snowstorm.
When I left primary school (way back in 1996), the millennium was close enough to not seem like a lifetime away, but technology wasn’t quite yet going full-steam ahead so there was plenty of opportunity to make crazy assumptions about what the future might hold.
When Twitter first hit the social media scene, part of the appeal was the strict 140 character limit; meaning that you didn’t have to scroll through huge blocks of text detailing what someone you had a class with three years ago had for breakfast, or the graphic details of your cousin’s messy relationship breakdown. Yes, Twitter made it easier to cut through the noise and forced people to be more creative with what they were saying out in the public arena. Good times.
This year, January 27th – February 3rd marks National Storytelling Week. Across the country, people are sharing their favourite stories, as well as encouraging others to have a go at telling their own stories. This got us thinking. After all, who doesn’t love a good tale?