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Saturday, January 1, 2011

A photo a day

A lot of my friends locally are doing a photo a day, and some are doing a page a day.  The P2P team has also challenged us to do the same and post our pages on the Facebook group under the Day2Day tab. 

So I took on the challenge, and have really enjoyed taking pictures every day.  When I get to the end of the day and remember sometimes “Oh No, I have not taken a picture today” it is time to freak out and grab the camera!  I do not want to miss a day.  They always say it takes 21 days to make a habit.

So I have created a bunch of pages that I will be using 7 photos on for a complete week.  Then some are doing these full month calendars and I thought why not try it.  So here is my version.  Use the opposite page to do your journaling.

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The paper used is the Winter Solstice, the embellishments are Winter Digital appreciation kit. For the title use your favorite font and make it big.  On my font I used the 3-D feature and added a heavy shadow.

14 comments:

Christy said...

Thanks Cathie! Great template. :) I'm doing a layout each week, but I'm considering adding a month in review at the beginning of each month. :)

Amy said...

Thank you for this template! I spent most of yesterday trying to make a template of my own for this project, but I was not happy with how it turned out. (I've only been actively using SBC for a month.) I love this!! Thank you!!

Brenda said...

Really like the design of this page. Great idea:-)

Cathie Owens said...

Ladies, so glad you are enjoying the calendar page. Taking a photo a day is a lot of fun and it is like keeping a journal too. So combining the two makes great sense.

Amy said...

Cathie - I just finished my page and will be uploading it to my blog in a little bit. Thank you again!!

DigiDottie said...

This is great! Thanks so much!
DigiDottie

Donna Penn said...

Thanks, Cathie!

Donna Penn said...

Thanks, Cathie!

Lynette said...

thank you

Kim said...

Thanks, Cathie! I will enjoy this tremendously.

Brenda said...

Love this template:-) do you have Feb to post?

Cathie Owens said...

Brenda, the template for January has extra photo boxes on the first and last rows. However they are hidden and by clicking the eye in the element panel, on those that are greyed out will bring them to view. If you have any questions please let me know. The font I used was Bangle 108 pt. Then I added a 3-D filter and shadow.

Oh one more thing, you may have to realign the first and second photos boxes after you bring them to view. I think they were not lined up correctly.

Anonymous said...

there is an excellent pdf - that I absolutely love at the CM go digital - techniques tab.

365 Calendar Project PC (Jan '11) MAC (Jan '11)

http://downloads.creativememories.com/Techniques/365%20Calendar%20Project%20Tutorial.pdf

CKF said...

Thank you for sharing these templates. I just moved to Mac and have been at a loss at getting started using sbcStudio and your templates were just what I was looking for and needed. I had so many pre-designed pages and content for th SBC Plus and the fact I can't use them stinks but this will help motivate me to buy new content I can use. Thank you.