I recently joined the steering committee for my local MOPS group, Sarver MOPS. My title within the committee is officially the Special Events Coordinator but I identify myself as the Creative Activities Leader MOPS International leader definition. And because we don’t have a publicity person, I (with the creative gene) have been making most of our promotional materials. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I’m not a graphic designer. I don’t know how to use fancy software (and it intimidates me — I used Gimp a few times and it generally causes anxiety and frustration). That being said, I LOVE designing things with PicMonkey*.
If you haven’t read any of my other PicMonkey* posts, I love, love, LOVE, PicMonkey*. It’s free online photo editing software, and super user friendly. You can also do some super easy graphic designs (keep reading!).
The MOPS International Website has a great ideas section where leaders share their ideas and resources. There, I found amazing designs from the MOPS at CCBC group of Puyallup, WA (isn’t their Website awesome!). It seems everyone is taking their design lead (and borrowing their designs and graphics!). Well, I have to say, I’m no different.
Take a look at the small 3×4 cards I made (using the MOPS CCBC design as a guide).