Today I have a simple technique from Ali Edwards on printing some of those 3x4" images for a Project Life Album. Most of us have printers that can print 4x6" photos so this allows you to print two small photos as a 4x6" photo and then just cut the 4x6" in half. You can also use this to print journal cards on card stock, by cutting some of the card stock into 4x6" pieces. Make sure to change the printing mode to Plain Paper-Best rather than Photo Paper or the equivalent choice on your own printer.
Ali Edwards | Printing Small Photos for Project Life from Ali Edwards on Vimeo.
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