TreeRing Theme Guide: 231 Themes Including 23 New Themes for 17-18 (and counting)


Good news! We've rolled out 23 new themes for the 17-18 school year.  Just select the "New" category to preview them.

Click here to download a PDF of the 23 New Themes for 17-18

We've created a PDF of all 231 of our themes, which includes all of our new themes for 17-18.
Click here to download a PDF of All 231 themes

We make it really easy for Chief Editors to view and select a theme:

1. Click the "Edit Styling" button above your pages
2. Click the "Select a Theme" button
3. Search on:

  • Audience (Elementary, Middle, HS/Univ, Sports, Clubs, Religious)
  • Category (Popular, New, Artsy, Formal, Hip, Minimal, Modern, Natural, Playful, Scholarly)
  • Color (Dark, Light, Warm, Cold, Balanced)
  • Keyword (e.g. beach, books, grunge)

4. Click on the theme and then click the green SELECT button. Done!

Here's what it looks like:


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    Rebecca Conger

    Wait, We can still upload our own image to cover the yearbook, right?

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    Aaron Greco

    Hi Rebecca,
    Yes, every page, including the cover, is customizable. Additionally, themes can be mixed and matched. We have no restrictions when it comes to themes/design, however, from an aesthetic perspective it usually looks best when everything is in the same theme and matches.

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    Edith Laufer

    Can we change the dominate color of a theme? The theme our students like is mostly blue. We would like the same graphic, but purples instead of blues.

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    Aaron Greco

    Hi Edith,
    You can't change it, but we can design a new one. Send a request or reply and let us know which of the themes you'd like changed to purple.

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    Mimi Sroka

    Can we print select themes without downloading the entire pdf? If not no worries, can download and then print select themes.

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    Hi Mimi - Right! Just download the PDF and then print the pages you want.

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    Betsy Schubert

    My yearbook team wanted to change our theme to Qwerty. When I made the change, the cover and the first three pages changed to the Newspaper look, but all my portrait pages are still in the "wooden" default theme. How do I change my portrait pages to the Qwerty theme so that it has a consistent look?

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    Hi Betsy - When you change themes it does not change the backgrounds on existing pages. Here's how you can change the backgrounds. When you select Template you will see the new theme backgrounds:
    If you add new pages you will see all the new theme templates to choose from.

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    Vicky Abernathy

    Hi. What do we need to do to have art on the inside pages? I know that they have always been white, but we want to do something different. And can Treering to cutouts on covers?

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    Hi Vicky - The white pages inside the cover are not printable areas in the yearbook. Currently, a cutout on the cover is not an option but it is on our wish list!