It’s been a while since I shared an idea for something to make with our FREE personalised poster maker so today, as I’m sat here contemplating the fact that it’s actually October, I thought I’d share an idea for an Autumn Family Favourites poster.
For those of you who don’t know, the poster maker tool is right here! You can choose just about any subject for your personalised poster but I initially made the tool with a Family Christmas Traditions poster in mind. We bought a family traditions poster many years ago and I just thought that if I could recreate it in some way on this website then I could offer an amazing frugal homemade Christmas gift for people to personalise and print out at home. You can add a nice photo frame and it’s the perfect gift – thoughtful, pretty and looks way more expensive than it is.
It really is a one of a kind present and is always so well received when I’ve given it in the past and I can’t be the only one who thinks so judging by the amount of you who used it last year! In fact, Christmas is one of the only times of the year that I check my blog stats because it’s so nice to see so many of you using the poster maker tool.
But then it makes me a bit sad because no-one wants a Christmas Family Traditions poster maker after Christmas so it just sits there for 11 months of the year with only a few people having a play with it. At the start of the year, I vowed to change that and was going to share an idea a month for something you could do with the poster maker – that totally didn’t happen, did it?
I’ve done a couple (I think) but as with most things in my life this year, I’ve decided I’m going to end the year on a high so I have three months left to share an idea a month. December will pretty much sort itself and I have an idea for November but for this month, I thought we could go all Autumn themed with an Autumn Family Favourites poster.
The poster maker is super easy to use – choose your colour scheme from the combinations available and then add your words into the boxes below. You need to be choosing short sentences with most around four or five words but with a couple of shorter ones to help the text size vary as it does in my poster – I reckon about 15 lines is an ideal size for an A4 poster size. When you’ve done that, just click on download poster and you’re good to go!
There’s no charge for using the poster maker, I’m not even asking you to sign up for anything and you can print off as many as you want. It would be fab if you could share this on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest and I’d love to see your pictures on Instagram if you tag me in. (@frugalfamily).
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