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January 21, 2009


Debbie - NZ

Sounds great Laura...I don't know why but I always seem to get my smaller photos printed onto a 6x4 - don't ask me why i never thought of a 5x7 before...off to have a play!

Heather Jordan

Hi Laura!
Is Chloe's Closet a new line coming out for CHA?
Are you going to CHA?
Thanks for the cool layouts. Love them!
Always look forward to checking your blog daily.


Oh, you just rocked my world! Thanks so much for the tips! I've been trying to do this for so long and it's so easy! The only thing I may have a problem with is remembering to flatten brfore printing!

Lisa Howard

Thank you so much for sharing. I had the general idea from comments you have made in your blog, but the step-by-step instructions are more than helpful. As always, I'm a true fan of your blog!!! Sidenote: I don't know if I missed this, but are you going to CHA?

Robyn from Idaho

Very great information and instructions!
You rock!
Thanks for taking the time.

Marcie L

Those are great instructions, but how do you flatten the layers? I'm still confused with photoshop, I try and play a bit but get frustrated. But I think your instructions are really, really clear, I just need that final "flattening" step.


Awesome- thanks for posting this. I too need to figure out what you mean by flatten the layers. Gives me something to play with tonight.

Love the layout...I may be scraplifting it tonight to try out your printing techniques.



YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!

I have been wanting to know how to make 4x6 photo wallets for the longest time. I have not had time to teach myself. My next Costco order will have bunches of these.

Are you going to CHA?

This layout is so very cute. I really like the balance and flowers you used. Great job!!!

Sandi N.

Heather M.

great instructions. i do this all the time too. i think costco has a big sale coming up in february so i'm getting prepared by making photo collages and planning layouts so i can take advantage. :)


Thanks Laura for teaching us this class! I do collages on my own but I did learn how to do some things I didn't do already. Can't wait to try!!


Laura great information as always. This is also my favorite way of printing my photo's. Love the layout of Sarah by the way and can't wait to see the one of Alyssa.

Brenda Hurd

absolutley love this layout - the colors and picture placement are perfect! Thanks for the cropping info - its nice to hear how others do it! xoxo


great info laura!


This is SO cool - I've never done this before! I'll have to cut and paste your directions and try it out sometime.

Great lo too! Looking forward to seeing the next one.

Done w/ your CHA projects?


thanks for sharing. love the layout.

jennifer mcguire

awesome page!

Lynn G

This is great info Laura! Thanks so much girl for sharing and taking the time to post it all!

Heather Crawford

You did a good job explaining all this..this is how I do it too! super cute layout!


There is an easier method to resizing. You don't have to open and resize each photo individually.
File-automate-picture package. Simply choose the package you want ie. two 5 x 7 or four 3.5 x 5.5 etc. There are many to choose from. Once the blank package is open, click on one box to bring up a command to search for a photo. Click each box individually to complete the package and voila, PS does all the resizing. If you want help with this, let me know.

Thanks for all the scrap inspiration.


wow! thanks for going into detail about that. i don't have a photo printer at home so i always send mine out. i will try doing a couple wallets on a 4x6. you give out some really good tips! thanks!



OMG, you are amazing!!! Thanks so much for all the information, those things really help!!! And guess what? This morning I found Chloe's Closet products at Michaels, so I got papers, Journaling and letter stickers, buttons and epoxy clips. I LOVE THAT LINE!!!

Thanks again for having a wonderful blog!!!

Have a good night,


Sara Rossi

Great LO--like how you used that MM line. Thanks for the "how-to". I'm sure I'll be coming back to this post over & over to give it a try--again!! LOL!

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