Category Archives: Yearbook Tips

Summer Fun!

Have you ever considered adding pages in of things students did over the summer in your yearbook? Check out this week’s blog for ideas on how to include summer activities in your yearbook!  Click here to view the blog!

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Extend Coverage And More With Yearbook Supplements!

Often times spring school activities don’t get the coverage they deserve in a yearbook. Adding a supplement to your yearbook, however, can be a great way to include the entire school year.. Learn more! Click here to view the blog!

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Selling Your Yearbook – Creative Video Ads To Spark Inspiration

Who doesn’t love video? The adorable kittens…flash mobs…crazy songs…bad lip-reading…babies dancing and other crazy things…even here at the Idea Garden Blog we can’t help ourselves from indulging in the fun videos that get passed along. So what better way to advertise your school’s yearbook sale than a video? We’ve compiled a list of some of […]

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The Proof Is In The Proofing: 10 Quick Tips For Proofing Your Yearbook

We can’t say enough, here at the garden, how important it is to proof your yearbook thoroughly. VERY thoroughly. After all the hard work and dedication you and your yearbook team have shown this project, the proof is in the PROOFING! Click here to view the blog!

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Your Yearbook Index Needs Love, Too!

Surprisingly, the most frequently read/viewed section of your yearbook is typically the one that gets the least amount of design attention. Learn how to make your yearbook index as awesome as the rest of your book! Click here to view the blog. 

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