Tiffany of Tiffany Kelly Photography shares, "I used the 5x5 calendar template from the Modern Minimalist Calendar Collection, but instead of creating a spiral book, I decided to order as 5x5 loose press prints, with a wooden block easel (from Artifact Uprising). For each month, I added one of my macro nature images to create 12 gorgeous prints. I love the flexibility of the designs offered in this calendar set, and that it includes multiple years.
I love that I was able to move the calendar overlay as needed to work with the particular image. The text is just big enough, without overpowering the image and detracting from it. The print size is absolutely perfect for keeping on my desk! I love the modern, slick feel to the overlays. A great thing about this set is you can use with any type of image - your own family, your clients' family, anything fine art (like macro or landscape) - the possibilities for creating unique products are endless!
I'm giving these out as gifts and everyone has loved them so much!"
Thanks for sharing, Tiffany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your shopping spree on us~
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