Original date: 9.20.12
Last week I printed quite a few 6×6 digital layouts. One of my goals is to print all the digital scrapbook pages I’ve made since I started digital scrapbooking. So far I’ve printed two months out of almost 24 months.
At first, I printed them just in 12×12 size but then realized that I had way too many and it would cost quite a lot to try and print them all that size. Plus, some of the layouts were just okay and I didn’t want to have to print the ones I didn’t like so much in 12×12, but I still wanted them printed. When I ordered Becky Higgin’s Project Life sleeves combination packet awhile back, one of the sleeves sizes came in a 4 pocket, 6×6 size. I print most of my digital layouts through Persnickety Prints (have recently only been printing them all through Persnickety because of their awesome quality and great customer service) and saw that they printed in 6×6. So, 6×6 pocket sleeves + 6×6 layouts. Perfect. A few months back, I printed my first few 6×6 size and loved it.
For my girls, I am putting their 6×6 layouts in their individual binders. For other layouts, I am putting them in a binder just for 6×6 layouts.
This 12×12 layout of Kylie, when she was two-years-old ^, was a freebie print from Persnickety. I had ordered some papers/elements from Pickle Berry Pop and received a coupon for a free 12×12 print through Persnickety. When I ordered and used the coupon code, it didn’t work, so I called Persnickety about the problem (they were not aware of the coupon, btw) and they went ahead and gave it to me for free.
^ These bottom two layouts are a two-page layout. It was originally created for a challenge at Scrap Orchard. I really like how it turned out.
That’s it for my printed digital layouts so far. All these layouts are in my gallery at Digi Shop Talk.
Next on my Project Life to do:
I ordered 101 photos from the special Shutterfly offered for free last week. I can’t wait to work on these photos!