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If you've followed me for awhile you know that I am a thrifty person.
Wondering how I got the chevron-like feature on either side of the date?
I went into Overlays, Arrows and selected one of the arrow points (missing the tail).
By resizing, changing the color and putting three side by side, it makes a really neat and custom chevron feature.
My son sat with me and helped choose the colors (his school colors), fonts and features.Next, I exited the collage feature and went into the Edit a Photo feature. This is where I created the square that contains all the information about my graduate.To start, I went into Overlays (the butterfly icon), Geometric and chose a Square. Note that I created the gray overlay to go over the blank white square that was there before.By reading this blog and attempting to recreate any content shared on it, you assume all responsibility for any injuries or damages incurred. There’s nothing quite like graduation: It’s the end of an era, and your entire future stretches out before you.Nonetheless, there are some strategic ways to save some big bucks if you plan ahead!One of the ways I've saved some major dollars is by NOT going with the school photographer for grad pictures and announcements.I enlisted the help of a local photographer, who happens to be a friend.She knows our family and my son was more comfortable with her than he would have been with a complete stranger.But being thrifty doesn't mean I don't want all the things that go along with a big send off for my son.I'm so proud of him and I want him to have a great graduation from high school.