Hey, friends! In today’s video I am working with our longtime friends at Canon USA to address the most asked question I get when it comes to scrapbooking, “How do you resize your photos before you print them?” In addition, I’ll be sharing some printing tips that I use every week to make the process as seamless as possible. Here’s the video:
I wanted to share a little more information about the specific printer that I use and love! The Canon PIXMA iP8720 Crafting Printer is my go-to. Yes, we work with Canon, but we work with them for a reason. It’s by far the best printer I have ever owned. I love the wide format and could never go back now that I’ve tried it. It’s so nice to be able to print big, up to 13×19 borderless images.
I love the Pro Luster paper. The color is absolutely incredible. You cannot tell at all that it was printed at home. Even though my wide format printer can print on smaller paper, I only buy that size and chop everything down that needs to be smaller. It’s just simpler and easier to have one paper that works for everything. I use it for DIY projects, all kinds of scrapbooking and printing photos for my friends and family.
Please feel free to ask any questions in the comments. I hope I did a good job of explaining the process, but I’m not a techie person, so if you’d like more information on any part of it, I am happy to chat with you more here! xx. Elsie
Credits// Author and Photography: Elsie Larson. Video and Music: Jeremy Larson. Photo edited with A Beautiful Mess Actions.