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Selecting a Color Scheme

MyCanvas Products By August 2, 2019 Tags: , , , , , , , No Comments

Have you ever decided you were going to paint the walls of a room, and then when you arrive at the home improvement store to pick out paint, get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of paint chips? Or tried to pick out a color scheme for a wedding or formal event? Similarly, choosing a theme and colors for the photo book you’re making can be and endeavor. You want it to look good and match your theme. But when it comes to color, the wide spectrum of color makes for endless possibilities. So how do you decide on a color scheme?

For a little design inspiration let’s start by going over the basics of color theory.

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Creating a Family History Photo Book [Masterpost]

MyCanvas Products By March 9, 2018 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Here at MyCanvas, we want to make it easy to create a family history photo book. We’ve created this masterpost to put all that good information in one place.

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MyCanvas Products Lineup and Pricing

MyCanvas Products By March 31, 2017 Tags: , , , , , 1 Comment

This week, we’re giving you an overview of all our MyCanvas products. We want to help you create the best products for your home and to give away as gifts. Below, we’ll show you more about what you can create on our website, whether it’s for ancestry or to preserve your own memories.

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Creating a MyCanvas Family History Book

Family History, MyCanvas Products By August 2, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , 6 Comments

Creating a MyCanvas family history book means making a beautiful heirloom that will be cherished for generations to come. If you are new to the process, beginning the journey can seem intimidating. How do you get started? What stories should you include? How do you find the time?

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Family History: From Blog to Book | Lynn Palermo

Family History, Guest Blogger By April 19, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , 6 Comments

A family history book seems an impossible feat at times.

How does one convert years of research into some semblance of stories and organize those stories along with pictures and documents into a book?

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