Our daughter’s hockey team does a hockey yearbook each year, and few years I have been asked to put that yearbook together. Besides my Disney scrapbooks, I think my hockey scrapbooks are my favorite thing to do. I do the hockey yearbooks using a digital scrapbooking software.
This is the cover I used for one of the yearbooks. I took a photo of the pucks scattered on the ice while the girls were practicing and used that for the lower portion of the cover. The large B is the team logo. I added the lettering with a text tool and even added some “shadow” effect to the lettering . . . this is easy to do with digital scrapbooking . . . just a click of a button to add the shadow.
Another page I really liked was this one. I got all of the girls to stand in a circle in the locker room and then I stood up on a bench looking down into the center of the circle. I also had each one of them sign their name and jersey number on a piece of paper, which I scanned into my computer and then was able to pull in to the space above and below the photo to make it look like each girl signed the yearbook.