Last week we released our 2012 calendar templates, complete with a new, seasonal design. This week I’m posting three new calendar page templates that I’ve created just for Photoshop Elements. They’re really easy to use and a lot of fun to make.
You can download the Elements templates via this link: PET-2012-seasonal-calendar-page-templates.zip.
Once you’ve downloaded the files to your computer, double-click to decompress them (or use a utility like WinZip or StuffIt). You’ll find three sets of seasonal calendars that you can use with your photos.
I’ve made a short video to show you how to place your own images inside these pages. The great thing about this approach is that it’s really quite flexible; you can place one or two photos into the page, if you’d like, you can alter the background, change colors, whatever. You don’t even need to use my templates to get great calendars — if you have your own frames or shapes that you would like to use, create your own!
At the bottom of this page are links to the original calendar article from Photoshop Elements Techniques, last week’s blog post about the 2012 templates, and Wendy Williams’ single-page calendar tutorial and template.
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