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Free! 8×8 Photobook March 17, 2016

Filed under: Coupons,Deals,Freebies,Offers,Photography — admin @ 8:00 am

8x8photobookfree

Get a Free personalized 20 page 8×8 photobook from Shutterfly. Enter code SPRINGONIT at checkout.

Limit one per household.

Ordering Steps

  • Visit Shutterfly
  • Make your 8×8 photobook
  • Choose your style
  • At checkout enter SPRINGONIT and pay only shipping and handling of $7.99
Offer expires March 22, 2016 (11:59 P.M. PT). Offer is good for one free 20-standard page 8×8 hard photo cover photo book through shutterfly.com, our mobile-friendly site or the Shutterfly Photo Story for iPad app. Offer cannot be redeemed more than once per account and/or billing address. Taxes, shipping and handling will apply. Customer may add options to their 8×8 book (additional pages, StorytellingTM styles, photo book accessories, other cover types, etc.) at additional cost. Alternatively, customer may apply the current price of a 20-standard page 8×8 hard photo cover photo book (after taking into account any current discounts on shutterfly.com) toward the purchase of a larger photo book. Not valid on 5×7, 7×9 or 8×8 soft cover photo books, TripPix, FavePix, prepaid plans, other products, prior purchases and purchases made on the Shutterfly apps. Cannot be redeemed for cash or combined with other offers or credits. Not valid for resale. We reserve the right to modify or replace any part of these terms and conditions without notice.
 

Instagram Photostrips June 12, 2012

Filed under: Instagram,Photography — admin @ 2:19 pm

Ever since I finally broke down and got myself a smart phone, I have been obsessed with instagram.  My eight year old son love getting his picture taken so what better way then to make some photostrips.

I first start with a blank template.

I then choose which four images I want to use. When you copy and paste your images into a new layer hit ctrl+t and hold down the shift button while you resize your image into the frames.  Mine came out like this.

The total size of the strip is 1.5 x 7.  I haven’t printed it out yet, but this is my final project.

Any questions feel free to ask. I may be making a template for three side by side. I had seen this idea at:  College Prep

 

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