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I normally use Adobe Photoshop to create my printables. I have wanted to move into either Illustrator or InDesign for my creative process but I wasn't sure which to choose. A week ago I heard about Blue Eyed Chica's eCourse Graphic Design for Entrepreneurs: Creating and Marketing Printables and since I am always open and looking for learning opportunities, I knew I had to jump in! Amber takes any intimidation of learning to use Adobe Illustrator and tosses it out the window.
I cannot wait to show you all of the amazing new printables I have been working on! I am having so much fun and I kind of wish I could hit pause on the rest of the world so that I could create until my eyes quit working! Okay, that probably seems silly, but really, I am just having a blast learning new ways to create these awesome printables!
For my first project in Adobe Illustrator, I completely revamped the Undated Daily Planner. It is now twice the pages than it was before! 😲
I thought it would be neat to show you the screenshots from within Illustrator, versus my usual mockup. Kind of an in-process view!
A clear advantage of using an undated calendar is that you can use it no matter what year it is. However, unlike dated calendars, you will have to fill in the dates yourself. I love the area for monthly inspiration on this one! There is a horizontal and vertical undated calendar for each month.
The birthday tracker is such a cute and fun way to keep track of your family and friends' birthdays! No more "happy belated birthday" because now you'll always know ahead of time when birthdays are coming up.
With daily time slots from 6 AM to 9 PM, you can make sure that you "pencil in" your commitments, appointments, play dates - all of it! Organize your schedule and stop overbooking yourself.
I have three Weekly Jars in the new Undated Daily Planner - the Kindness Jar, the Gratitude Jar, and the Savings Jar. To use the Kindness Jar, for example, you would write on each line in the jar one way that you have shown kindness to someone!
Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love. - Lao Tzu
No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. - Aesop
Amber's course is in-depth and hands-on! She includes step by step video tutorials; I was literally blown away when I first opened up her course with all of the content.
Here's a brief (and I mean brief) rundown of what is included in her eCourse:
Head over to her course page to see everything Creating and Marketing Printables has to offer.
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