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how to make a calendar in the project life app

Our good friend Casey — aka Miss Freddy — is always looking for creative things she can do with photographs. We are loving this quick and easy photo calendar idea that she created using the Project Life® App. Check it out below and see how easy it really is!

Need an easy, inexpensive, and FUN holiday gift this year? Use the Project Life App to quickly design a photo calendar! Here are the simple steps (yes, it’s really this easy!):

1.  Save the calendar templates onto your phone.

 january  |  february  |  march  |  april  |  may  |  june  |  july  |  august  |  september  |  october  |  november  |  december 

2.  Open the Project Life App and select the collage section (it’s the orange button).

3.  Drop in the calendar template + your favorite photo. Create one for each month. (Bonus tip: Before you begin the project, scroll through your camera roll and flag your 12 favorite photos as “favorites.” When you’re designing the pages, you can select the “favorites” album and you’ll see ONLY the photos you pre-selected!

4.  Order the prints right through the app!

5.  Gift them! Consider including this magnetic frame for displaying the calendar on the fridge or a photo stand for displaying on a desk.


6 Responses

  1. Peggy Rios says:

    Such a great idea for Christmas and so quick to put together! Definitely doing this!

  2. SuzieH says:

    This is a wonderful way to do calendar prints.
    Thanks for the little calendar files too, they are so handy.
    Do you know what the font is on the months?

  3. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for the great idea! I love your app!!

  4. Valerie says:

    The Project 52 calendars will work as well.

  5. l y d i a says:

    Decided to make a few of these in the middle of the night when I couldn’t sleep. Picking them up today. These will be perfect. Thanks for sharing!

  6. l y d i a says:

    p.s. For a quick generic gift (think teachers, neighbors, etc.) I used Becky’s themed quotes instead of a photo. Easy Peasy!