Saturday, June 9, 2012

I love Shutterfly!

I became hooked on Shutterfly in December when I was making my December Daily book. Now 6 months later I have SIX 8x11, THREE 8x8 and THREE 5x7 books plus I just ordered my FIRST 12x12 book (Week in the Life). Making a photo book is simple, easy and fun. It is in my top 5 of memory making tools because of how easy a special trip, a baby book, a fun day with Grandma, the holidays or seasonal activities can be documented. I love the versatility, the choices of stickers and papers and the wide range of layout orientations. I just love it!
Here are two recent books I have made! 

Week in a Life April 2012

Monterey Trip June 2011

So go check out SHUTTERFLY and make yourself a book! You won’t regret it!!
And PS Let me know if you make one or if you have already made one! I would LOVE to see them!
Have a great Saturday!


Melissa Whittaker said...

Hi there! Could I ask you a question? I notice on your photobook that uses the Design A for Project Life page, you have photos in the journaling card spots. I can't figure out for the life of me how you did that. Could you help me? Thanks in advance!

Melissa Whittaker said...

Also, haha, how did you round the corners? It cannot be this difficult! :)

scrapinbabygal said...

Hi Melissa!
If you open photoshop and drag in the template for Design A then select (click) the journaling spot. Now drag in a photo and clip them together using the Alt key (Mac is diff) and make sure your mouse is hovering over that spot. Using the mouse and ALT key, together, will clip them together. If that doesnt make sense Jessica Sprague has an awesome video on how to use the templates. You can also email me! The rounded corners are already predesigned on the templates so that's easy peasy! :) Let me know if you have any more questions!

Anonymous said...

I just started my digital Project Life on shutterfly!!

So, you said that you make your layouts in Photoshop and then save it as a JPEG. You put the image on the album page and extend it to the entire page, right? I am getting the icon that says the image is too close to the edge and won't print well. How large do I make the 12x12 image on the page to ensure that nothing gets cut off?

Thanks for any help!!


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