Yearbook Quote Idea: Inspirational Quotes

Inspirational Quotes
If you are on pretty much any social media platform, then you will probably see inspirational quotes on a daily basis. Everyone loves them. C’mon, who doesn’t like being inspired? Which is why they are such popular yearbook quotes.
But other than trawling the depths of social media, how do you find the right quote to use? You check out our inspirational quote ideas, that’s how.
Oh and in case you didn’t know, there are some rules to inspirational quotes.

Inspirational quotes must be presented on a photo of some kind of serene landscape or scene.
See #1

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Yearbook Theme Idea: Abstract

We like to refer to our abstract theme as the ‘classic’ theme for people who see things a little bit… ‘differently’.
With the abstract theme, there are no rules. Just be creative and express yourself. We do have some suggestions to make sure you control your creativity enough to make a great looking yearbook.

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Yearbook Theme Idea: Sporting Champions

Sporting Champions
Sports don’t build character, they reveal it. And a sporting theme could reveal everything that is great about your year group.
If you go to a specialist sports college, or just happen to have a number of amazing sports teams and future Olympians, then you might want to consider a sports theme for your yearbook.

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Yearbook Theme Idea: Comic Book Theme

Comic Book Style
There’s no two ways around it, the popularity of comic books is on the rise. And they’re not just for kids any more either.
It is no coincidence therefore, that we have seen the popularity of the comic book theme rise too. It’s colourful, fun, and results in great looking yearbooks. They are great for a retro nostalgic feel, and can be great fun to put together. *POW*
We appreciate that it isn’t obvious to everyone just how you turn your comic book yearbook ideas into reality. So here are some of the design features:

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Yearbook Design Idea: Adding Colour

Adding Colour
It goes without saying really, but you’ve got to add a bit of colour to your yearbook. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. The colours have to complement each other. And which colours do you use? You need to create a colour scheme for your yearbook.
How do you decide upon a colour scheme?  

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Yearbook Ideas: Teacher Pages

Teacher Pages
Teacher pages might not be an obvious choice to include in your yearbook. I mean your yearbooks are about you, right? You’re the one’s leaving, it’s not like your teachers are going anywhere. But actually, they are really quite popular, and we don’t think a yearbook would be the same without them. Which is why, actually these are on of our favourite yearbook ideas.
Like it or not, your teachers have been a really significant part of your lives for the last few years. Whilst you may have only been with some of them for one subject in year seven, there are probably a few who have seen you thought most of your time at school. So it’s only right that they get at least a small section of your yearbook dedicate to them.
Here are some of our ideas for making sure your teachers don’t feel left out:

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Yearbook Ideas: Time At School Pages

Time at School Pages
Your yearbooks primary function is to document all of your classmates and those great memories from your school years. But actually, your time at school wasn’t made up of things that happened within the school walls. We think that pages that show some of the cultural events that mark your time at school work really well.

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Yearbook Ideas: Student Pages

Student Pages
There are no two ways around this, student pages are vital. There are a lot of important pages in a yearbook, but student pages are in a league of their own. Other pages can be amazing and can really contribute to the overall value of your yearbook, but if we are being honest, the yearbook just wouldn’t exist without student pages.
It is therefore incredibly important that you get the students pages right. You can’t just take a ‘meh, that will do’ attitude with these pages, they need to be good. To make sure you create some awesome student pages you need to ask yourselves a few questions:

How are you going to order the student profiles?
Do you want the pictures to be themed?
How many students do you want on each page?
What do you want the comments to include?

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