An answer to the question…

Thanks to everyone who is voting for my layout on the PenScrappers site! There are so many great layouts there!

In the comments section of the last post, Teri asked some questions about what I do with my layouts when I am done. I figured I would take a few minutes to answer the question.

For the most, my layouts stay on the computer and in online galleries for me and others to enjoy. In the past, I have printed layouts in a few ways. I have printed my layouts as 8×8 on my printer here, and then mounted them on patterned paper and embellished them further for albums. Kind of a hybrid approach. Some pages I have printed here at home and used them to put together a chipboard album. Late last year, I had a number of prints done through MyPicTales, and the quality was awesome. I got them printed at 12×12, and the layouts looked great, not to mention that they were insanely affordable. I know that MyPicTales had hit some snags in their single page print process, but I recently saw that they have started printing single pages again. I am confident that they will continue to produce quality work.
I have never had a photobook printed. For me, there is something special about being able to hold the layout in my hand, and move it around in an album. I think it’s the paper scrapper peeking out, but photobooks are not something I have been interested in.
What does everyone else do? What do you do with your layouts when you are done? Let us know.

School was cancelled today, so I had one extra day of vacation. Tomorrow the real world, and math, will come knocking. I am already tired.

Take care!

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2 Responses to An answer to the question…

  1. Teri says:

    Thank you so much for this info. I love to see what other digi scrappers are doing.I have output my layouts a few different ways. I have printed some as 8×8 or 8 1/2 x 11 (at home); some as 12×12 at Costco and at Viovio. I like both of these places. Viovio prints them on the same kind of paper as they use for their hardbound books, only as single pages. .86 each. Can’t beat that price. I have also created several hardbound books. I like to do these for a vacation with tons of pictures or for gifts. Like you, there is something about holding an individual layout that keeps me going back to one page at a time.Thanks again for the post!

  2. Teri says:

    Thank you so much for this info. I love to see what other digi scrappers are doing.I have output my layouts a few different ways. I have printed some as 8×8 or 8 1/2 x 11 (at home); some as 12×12 at Costco and at Viovio. I like both of these places. Viovio prints them on the same kind of paper as they use for their hardbound books, only as single pages. .86 each. Can’t beat that price. I have also created several hardbound books. I like to do these for a vacation with tons of pictures or for gifts. Like you, there is something about holding an individual layout that keeps me going back to one page at a time.Thanks again for the post!

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