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Lisa
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RE:Read this review if you don't want your pages cropped Reply

    Would you consider making this into a template? I would sooooo love you forever! It's so amazingly adorable. Of course you would not have your daughter's pics in the template, but it would give people like me who have no time or talent a starting point from which to put our own kid's pictures. Please!!!
15/11/2010 10:09:25

H Fowler
TotalPost:52
RE:RE:Read this review if you don't want your pages cropped Reply

    I would love to turn this into a template for you, but I do not own the rights to most of the elements I used. That means it would be illegal for me to use someone else's work. I can only use the stuff for scrap for hire--meaning if someone pays me to create pages, and then I send them flattened images (so the elements cannot be reused.)

    Sorry!

    One of these days, I'm going to have enough free time to design my own papers and elements. For now, I have to use what I buy.
19/11/2010 6:26:13

Y8 Games Aquarius
Title:Y8 Games
TotalPost:2
RE:Read this review if you don't want your pages cropped Reply

    So the pages should be 8 with .25 unused at the edges. How do you make the wrap-around cover? I'd like to try doing my own scrapbook pages.
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    Y8
    Friv
    Girls Games
9/10/2011 2:12:43

H Fowler
TotalPost:52
RE:RE:Read this review if you don't want your pages cropped Reply

    >So the pages should be 8 with .25 unused at the edges. How do you make the wrap-around cover? I'd like to try doing my own scrapbook pages.

    Yes. Those dimensions are right. I recently made another book--a year or two after my first. Even though I did the book just like the first, I felt like the pages ended up a little bit cropped. Now that artscow has added the zoom feature when you drop a picture into the book, the rules may have changed a bit. You might want to pull images you don't want cut off a little farther than .25 from the edges.

    To create the wrap around cover, the best method is to use photoshop--create one huge image, and cut it into three separate images. Someone added instructions in this thread. I think they are on page two.
25/10/2011 10:38:29
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