If you're like me you probably have a collection of apps on your phone that will allow you to combine photos into a collage and then print. I love the flexibility of printing my own photos which allows me more freedom in the design process of how my pocket pages will come together. Hands down my favorite printer for printing small print sizes is the Epson PM-400 photo printer.
Recently, I discovered a design issue that most apps seem to have in common and I set out on a quest to find a solution.
What I wanted was: to create a collage photo with two 3x4 photos with an even white border around each photo. Seems simple right?
What I found was: "it's complicated" and leaving you with something that looks like this.
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I'm a huge fan of having an organized space where everything has a home, the most used items are within easy reach. This craft space by Melissa of Design, Eat, Repeat inspires me so much. It's just so fun & happy!
photo credit // designeatrepeat.com
Although I'm inspired by all things storage & organization on IG & Pinterest right now, and I know that although there are many beautifully organized spaces to be found, I have to remember what works best for me. In this post I talk about consumable & non-consumable supplies, and open vs closed storage when organizing craft supplies. That post also highlights how I store my acrylic story stamps from Ali Edwards.
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