Tag Archives: yearbook advise

The Proof is in the Proofing!

We can’t say enough, here in the garden, how important it is to proof your yearbook thoroughly. VERY thoroughly. After all the hard work and dedication you and your staff members have shown this project, the proof is in the PROOFING! Your hard work is done. You’ve submitted your book and waited patiently. Finally, the […]

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It’s Crunch Time!

For those of you that have a “spring delivery” book, it’s officially crunch time. It’s time to proof pages, make finishing touches and proof some more. Many publishing companies require early cover submission when you’ve chosen to design your own cover, commonly called a “custom cover”. Check your submission dates and make sure you’re design […]

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Yearbook Design Inspiration | Winter Special Events

Now that the holiday season has passed, many schools have winter activities to help keep away those mid-year doldrums. Homecoming and prom aren’t the only dances that should be chronicled in your yearbook…Winter activity weeks and dances are a great way to remind people of the fun that was had ALL YEAR! Make sure you […]

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Selling More Yearbooks 101

If you’re one of the many school that use yearbook sales as a way to raise money for your student body, you know how important it is to SELL MORE BOOKS. The only way to sell more books than you did last year is to advertise and market this year’s book! Depending on your publishing […]

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Spooked by Yearbook Organization?

Don’t be! As promised, we have provided you with yet another handy dandy checklist to keep your yearbook project on track! Here is the printer friendly version. Be organized, stay on track, and, as always, be inspired! The Idea Garden Team

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