Posted on Jan 15 2014 in Convention by admin
by Evonne Mandella
Planning to go on a field trip to a local museum or to the homeschool convention? Want to help your child chronicle all those special moments with style? Then you have come to the right place! Today, I am going to take your family on a step-by-step journey to making your very own gorgeous journal page. Even if you think you’re not tech-savvy, you’ll find these instructions easy to use for both you AND your child.And best of all, it won’t cost you a dime!
Simply right click on the lined photo paper, and save the file to your computer.
Gather photo files from previous field trips…or visit Wikipedia and save photo files that fit your desired location. For example, you might search “Revolutionary War paintings” after a field trip to the Revolutionary War Museum.
Read the license for each picture before use. Images that are listed as “public domain” may be used freely.
Press play on the fun video below to design your own journal page with your own personal style!
Graphic design and homeschooling have never been this fun!
Students will be visiting www.picmonkey.com, a free online photo editor, with their parents. This photo editor is a site not affiliated with HEAV or this author. Parents are encouraged to work side by side with their children, as with any online program.
Evonne Mandella is a homeschooling mom, a graphic designer and videographer for Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, and the creator of “MEGA Multimedia: The Course.” She enjoys leading students step-by-step through building websites, creating simple apps, and much more. Visit her at www.evonnemandella.com and be sure to see her at the convention!