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5.24.2016

Twenty Five Photos on a Single Page


So putting 25 little pictures on a single page layout is no small feat. For anyone. However, for a girl who's specialty is single photo layouts...well let just say this is a miracle!

For years, I have been tirelessly searching for a photo print service that could meet my long list of meticulous expectations and I have been let down so many times. Finally, quite by accident, a few weeks ago I came upon an app called Social Print Studio, available in the App Store.The planets must have been aligned because the prints that arrived on my doorstep a few days later are beyond description! The quality of the paper used to print these photos is over the top sturdy--not that flimsy stuff more often used by on-line printers. The app is so very easy to navigate. The matte finish is the softest and smoothest of any printer I have ever used. Oh my. If you love matte finish photos, you must try this.

The strip photos on this layout are one of the specialty formats offered by this San Francisco-based service. What's not to love. You get *9* strips for $10. Each strip is 1.75"x7". 

I've been focused on stamping lately and it was just too easy to coordinate this stamp from the Stampin' Up! Amazing Birthday along with Watercolor Wash to create the title/journaling block. 


 The journaling is done on Project Life cards from the Becky Higgins Project Life Southern Weddings Core Kit. I have a thing for the soft cozy color palette of this kit but have no use for the wedding theme...so I chopped them up and used them anyway. 

Twenty-five pictures. 
No small accomplishment.
And some stamping too!

It's a good day to be a scrapbooker. ;)


5 comments:

Ellan Vannin said...

I love your blog! And this layout is so very beautiful. Great job.

Mimi said...

Awesome. Good job

KarenSue said...

very cool! 25 pics is awesome and a wonderful way for them to be printed.

LisaDV said...

Great way show off so many photos. Terrific layout.

Melissa Smith said...

Oh, wow! I'm thrilled to read about your photo place! I am having trouble finding an app that I like for smaller pictures that works easily, and those strips sound like a good alternative. I will try them out - thanks for mentioning them. Your page looks great! Makes me want to do one like that - thanks for the inspiration! Great job! Have a great day!