Here's some ideas for how you can use these ScrapSimple Calendar Templates:
Use your favorite image editing software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Photoshop Elements) to add your favorite photo to create custom 4x6 monthly calendars. Take it a step further by printing onto glossy cardstock to create one-of-a-kind greeting cards. This would be a great way for photographers to keep in touch with clients while also featuring their work. Photo courtesy of Scott Liddell Photography.
Need a quick reminder of the day's date? I know I do! These also look great as a stand-alone item on a bulletin board or as framed prints on a desk. At the beginning of each month, simply slip the new calendar into the frame. Voila! Photo: Scott Liddell.
And I can't forget about my scrapbooking gals (and guys), can I? If the simplistic/clean-lines thing isn't for you, spiff these babies up with your favorite digital scrapbooking supplies. Create one each month to see how much your little monkey grows throughout the year, or use a particular month to adorn a scrapbooking page. Digital supplies: 8.5x11 Cottage Cookbook Collection Biggie and Cottage Rose Collection Biggie.
So there you go! Photo calendar templates for 2013 . . . designed with you in mind. I've also offered a Commercial License version, which you can find here.
'Til next time . . .