Saturday, April 12, 2008

More Templates

Look here. There's a link to more templates + an awesome video tutorial on how to use. (Thanks Jessica!)

9 comments:

Shelly said...

Hi I'm a friend of Chris and Carly's and I stumbled onto your site. I LOVE what you do for your pages and hope you don't mind that I might "copy" some of your ideas. I'm just getting started with digital scrapping and I love it! Thanks! shelly

Lynnette said...

Copy away Shelly! I'm glad you like :) Thanks for visiting!

Landon & Mandi said...

I know I have I asked you before, I cannot ever remember anything!! I was going to print off some of my many pages that need to be printed. I know that you print them on your own printer. Do you use card stock? Also do you know of a web site that does it for you. I wanted to check the price pros and cons. Lynette I just cannot get enough of your pages they are so incredibly cute.

Landon & Mandi said...

A few more questions. How often do you need to get a new cartridge for your printer? What resolution do you use? I have not printed any pages yet and I am a bit scared that they won't look as good on paper. So any suggestions would be great!! Thanks Lynette

Lynnette said...

Actually, I don't print at home. I think I could possibly, but I don't know that much about printers and don't know if mine would do a good job or not. So sorry I can't help you on the cartridge question. I usually just put my pages on a disk and take them to Office Depot or Staples, and have them print them on white cardstock. (You can also do glossy photo paper, same price, but I like the cardstock look better.) I pay about $1 per page, maybe a little bit more. I know may people who use Costco and love it. Also there are all kinds of internet places, but whenever I've checked into it it still seems cheaper to do it the way I have been. But here are a few sites that might be helpful:

www.scrapbookpictures.com
www.shutterfly.com
www.scrapbooksplease.com
www.sbtoshare.com

Lynnette said...

p.s. Always print at the best resolution possible. And make sure you always create your pages at 300 ppi/dpi. If so they look great when printed.

Landon & Mandi said...

Thanks Lynette you are awesome!!

the Oaks Family said...

Hi Lynette,
This is Jill from the DSM forum. Thanks for the great templates! I am excited to use them.
Jill
PS I am in love with your style! I would really like to be you when I grow up. =)

Landon & Mandi said...

Just a little FYI, I did some research and found that to you your own printer, including ink and paper the cost averages out to be about $1 to $1.50 per 8x 11 page! (but a lot more for 12x12)