Its only four weeks to Christmas day and your wondering what to get, how about creating something unique that nobody else will have? Very little effort is needed and I have supplied the templates for free and a simple to follow video guide too. What you waiting for !
My 2014 Calendar Tutorial Guide.
Four years ago I created a set of calendar templates and a video tutorial on how to use them. My tutorial has proved very popular over the years with over Twenty one thousand people following my guide so far.
Here is an example of what you will be able to create using my free 2014 Calendar templates.
Go on make someones day this Xmas by giving them one of the best and very unique presents that they can enjoy all year.
My photograph of Heage Windmill in one of my free calendar templates :
|An example of what you can do with my free templates.|
The free 2014 templates have a decorative framed image area into which you can import your own images to produce the nice edge effect below.
|Click to view larger. Close up showing the nice edge that your photos will automatically have.|
All you need is Corel PaintShop Photo Pro (or any photo editing software that supports layers such as Gimp, Photoshop etc), A colour printer, some Matt finish paper and 12 images of your choice.
If you are interested in giving it a go then have a look at my 2014 Calendar Guide page here :
Complete guide on how to make a 2014 personalised calendar from your own photographs. <-- Click me now to start making a great gift for Christmas.
I hope this has inspired you to have a go at producing a truly unique personalised Xmas present that you will be remembered for, for the whole year ahead. Use Matt Paper as I suggest and it will not cost a lot of money to make several of these calendars.
Matt Paper allows printing of high resolution images but has a finish that you can write on which you need for a calendar! Matt paper can be bought for as little as 4 Pence per sheet.
In my written guide I have supplied detailed instructions on how to use my templates with Photoshop and even the free image editing software Gimp.
If you do find my tutorial of use then please leave a comment on either the video or my blog post saying what you created.