- Depending on the season, a calendar has monthly sheets to suit the theme. Play with seasons or months, in which certain holidays fall, or your holiday months in general. The software offers a whole series of thematically suiting backgrounds, clipart elements and frames for your photos.
- Adjust the clipart colours to suit your pictures. If you want to insert an image, but it does not match the colours of your photos, you can easily change it. After you paste it into the calendar, double-click on the clipart you want to change, and then alter each colour to suit your own individual taste.
- Play around with the size and transparency of the clipart, overlay image elements, and let something completely new take shape. The size can be dragged over the frame to be made larger or smaller. You can change the transparency by right-clicking on the clipart element.
Inspiration for your Pixum Photo Calendar
Here you'll find tips and tricks on how to easily design unique and creative Pixum Photo Calendars.
A beautifully designed calendar does not necessarily mean a lot of work. Would you like to have an annual calendar that you can design as you wish? Unlock your creative flair and let your imagination run free with a Pixum self-designed calendar. With the Pixum Photo World software you can choose from a large selection of formats to make a calendar, which is tailored to your needs. Whether it's a wall, desk or work calendar, Pixum gives you the chance to design your calendar according to your needs and wishes.
Step by Step
If you have decided on a calendar format, we recommend that you choose a basic design that can be easily adapted to give you the greatest possible scope. This allows you to convert almost all aspects of the photo calendar individually, from the background colour or the font, to the arrangement of the text and image elements. Of course your photos should always be the main focus. To give your calendar the perfect look, you can add funny clipart elements, interesting frames or nice backgrounds to each month sheet, in addition to your own photos.
Keep Inspiring Memories At Hand
If your image elements are placed too close to the edge, the software warns you with "highlighted" edges. This can result in such a placement when you go to print.