“The force is strong with this one” – Happy Star Wars Day!

Our designers have been super busy creating amazing covers for all of your lovely yearbooks, but they didn’t forget to celebrate Star Wars Day!

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In honour of May the Fourth (geddit?), take a look at our out-of-this-world cover design, which celebrates everybody’s favourite¬†Jedi Master, Yoda.

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If you have any ideas that you think would look great on a cover, do get in touch with us at @AllYearbooks on Twitter or let your yearbook coordinator know. You may well get to see your idea come to life…

8 Shakespeare quotes perfect for your yearbook!

There’s no denying that at one time or another William Shakespeare will pop up during one of your English lessons. Whether you are in primary school, studying for your GCSEs, or your A-Levels, The Bard will always be a top subject. So it’s only right that Shakespeare gets a little mention in your yearbook, right?!

In honour of Shakespeare Week, the team here at AllYearbooks has compiled some of their favourite quotes which would be great to use in your yearbook.

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Get the look: Up, Up and Away!

Here at AllYearbooks, we absolutely¬†love a themed book! So our lovely designer has come up with a cute new theme based on the office’s favourite Pixar film which will have you wanting to pack your bags and discover the world before you can say ‘Up, Up and Away’…

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With a cover as fantastic as this, of course your inside pages need to match!

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…and let’s not forget the font and colour schemes. We’ve created a colour palette which we think compliments the blue backgrounds perfectly, and we’ve even provided the exact colour codes!

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So let’s take a look at the final result!

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Speak to your coordinator today about using this theme for your book – the backgrounds are already available in the theme tab of your book, and you’ll find the cover in the cover area.

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Making scrapbook calendar pages

When it comes to making your yearbook collage pages it’s easy to forget some of the events that have taken place over the school year. So why not dedicate a few pages in your book to a scrapbook calendar?

All you need is a 6 double-page spreads, a selection of different fonts and backgrounds, and a load of photographs. What could be easier?!

Take a look at the scrapbook we’ve made, and be sure to share your own creations with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram (@AllYearbooks).

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Who’s Who: Creating a map of your school

We love unique ideas here in the AllYearbooks office and we’ve been thinking lately about different ways to list all your teachers in your yearbooks.

We often see pages which simply list teachers and their photos, but why not shake things up a bit by getting creative and making a map!?

Of course, listing all members of staff on your map may make it a bit crowded, but this layout is a great way of giving the behind-the-scenes members of staff their time to shine.

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We’ve layered several fill shapes to create a map outline and then added in text boxes and marker PNGs. Then, simply upload your teacher photos (perhaps crop them into a circle shape before uploading) and you’ve got yourself a map!

Speak to your yearbook coordinator today about creating this layout for your own yearbook.

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Get the look: Minimalist yearbook covers

Here at AllYearbooks we have a lovely team of talented designers who are dedicated to creating unique covers for your yearbooks.

Whether you are wanting specific theme, colour scheme or have no idea where to start, our design dream team will make sure you have a perfect cover by your deadline date!

We are seeing a lot of 2017 and 2018 yearbook committees going for a formal, minimalist look when speaking to our design team – here are some of our favourite ideas around the theme:

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Speak to a member of the team today about getting your first cover draft created!

Do Your Thing for Children in Need 2017!

We love seeing all of your fundraising events in your yearbook, and the photos make for such fun and colourful pages!

Whether you’re holding a bake sale, a sponsored silence or maybe the school are holding a non-uniform day, be sure to take a few photos so you can make a funky collage in your yearbook.

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If you haven’t got many photos to fill your page why not get a budding reporter to write a summary of the day? This is a great way of filling up space and getting students involved with the yearbook process!

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