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More calendar templates

By Rick LePage  ·  December 4th, 2009

Just a quick little post for today. We’ve gotten some nice feedback on our calendar projects, and today, when I was zipping around the Web, I saw this tutorial on “Create a Gift-Worthy Calendar in Photoshop.” What’s cool about this one is that the templates are for mini calendars that fit inside a CD jewel case.

Even though the tutorial is for the full version of Photoshop, you can just use the instructions from the Nov/Dec issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques to place your photos.

Shutter Sisters, where the original templates come from, is a great Web site, with some excellent photos from inspirational women photographers.

1 Reply to More calendar templates:

  1. Tammy

    March 13, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    I am new to all this and not sure where I should ask questions.
    I recently added an external hard drive to my computer and used it’s back up now button, but it did not copy my tags. If I go into Elements (version 8) should I do an incremental back up or should I start over and use it’s full back up feature? Does this full back up , back up everything that’s on my computer or just Elements catalogs?
    I’m really glad to find some place to help us learn photoshop elements and be able to ask questions.
    Thank You. Enjoy the day…

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