Monthly Archives: March 2013

Inspiring Ideas For Elementary Yearbooks

Elementary school age is a critical stage as kids in this age group (9 to12) are at their creative best. While they may not create a yearbook by themselves, they can be a good source of creative ideas if properly …

Yearbook Layout Tips and Ideas

A yearbook is supposed to bring up fond memories of your high school days and long-lost former classmates. It is a book that makes you want to go back one more time and relive the days when life had not …

What is a Deployment Book?

A deployment book is an unofficial publication that documents a deployment or naval cruise – a “deployment yearbook” if you will. These books can become an invaluable keepsake detailing the deployment of military personnel. While deployment books may be common …

Finding a Yearbook Publisher

Getting your hard work into print is the goal of your yearbook team but yearbook publishing should not be taken lightly. You want to find a publisher that is reliable and has a good reputation for top quality products and …

Fun Yearbook Section Ideas

Your yearbook does not have to row after boring row of smiling heads, split up with a few shots of the class presidents and prom queen. Yearbook design can be fun; it should be fun. Add a little color, some …

Hula Hoop Heaven – School Yearbook Photographs that Sell Yearbooks

Years ago, when I was in high school, I was looking through a friend’s mother’s yearbook when I came across a photo of a bunch of kids doing the hula hoop. It was a simple photo, totally candid and not …

Making Money Off of Your Old Yearbooks

Sentimental value has always been one of the biggest benefits of purchasing a high school or middle school yearbook, but a company is giving that a run for the “money”. The Facebook web application Class Photo Fund is giving people …