Transform your photos into holiday cards and calendars

Use image-editing software and Web sites to turn your digital photos into handcrafted greeting cards and other holiday gifts.

Round up the year with a calendar

I love traditions--turkey at Thanksgiving, hanging up the stockings on Christmas Eve after the kids are in bed, that sort of thing. Another tradition in the Johnson house: I create a custom calendar packed with photos from the year's various activities and events, and give one to my parents. They love it, and it's easy to do.

Most photo-printing and photo-sharing sites have some sort of calendar creation feature. My favorites include the tools at Lulu, Shutterfly, and Snapfish.

Making a calendar at any of these sites is easy. But before you dive into the calendar template on a photo-sharing site, let me offer some practical tips to help you along.

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