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Do you have a problem with your photos when you enlarge them?

Do you have a problem with your photos when you enlarge them? Do they appear fuzzy and out of focus? No doubt you have run into this from time to time. But what do you do when you need to enlarge your photo for a full page (12×12) photo or when you change the dpi … Continue reading »

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Expanding the Conversion

This is probably best used when making a calendar but you may find other uses for it as well. I’ll be using the a calendar template by Simply Sarah as referenced by the Bug yesterday. THe first thing you will need to do is complete each section (top and bottom), then Layers>Merge>Merge Visible. Choose one … Continue reading »

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Sizing it up

What size should you print your pages at? That all depends on what you plan on doing with it. Some really cute ideas for gifts (especially for pre-teens and teens) are the chipboard albums, some of which can be found here and Cosmos Cricket’s blackboard albums, here. Kathryn Estry has blank templates the size of … Continue reading »

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A cunning conversion up

We have made a 12×12 template into an 8.5×11 template with nary a problem. But what if you find a smaller template and would like to use it on a 12×12 area? I’m using a Christmas card template from Firefly Creative. Since this is a horizontal card I am going to increase the width to … Continue reading »

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A cunning conversion down

You have found a great template, but it is larger the size that you are scrapping in. I’m using one by Andrea Gold. The easiest way to convert it is to resize. You just have to make sure you uncheck the Lock Aspect Ratio (and make sure you check next time you use it). While … Continue reading »

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