Cool Stuff For Scrapbookers
Here's a photo my wife took of our son in the snow a while back. I plugged the camera directly into our computer with the cable, the computer treated the files on the camera like they were on a hard drive, and I uploaded it to the site using the "Draw On A Photo" option...
Now the size you're seeing is just the "working size" for drawing on the image. The image I can get, once I've decorated it, will be big enough to print a beautiful 5x7 at 300 DPI on my home printer or as big as an 8x10 at any professional photo processor that lets me upload photos online (like Shutterfly or Wal Mart).
Click on this to download at high-res
And above you see a decorated photo. I'm not much of an artist, but in just a couple of minutes, I was able to add that vined corner from our clipart "Borders & Corners" section and set up the semi-transparent marquee with the words "Snow Day" on it.
And if you click on the photo, you can go to its download page and high-resolution copy to try out with your printer or favorite photo tools.
- Shapes you can mold like clay with 101 custom levels of transparency.
- Thousands of pieces of clip-art.
- Over 40 fonts.
We have a large selection of templates (which define the height to width ratio of the drawing area) or by simply getting out the calculator and dividing the width by the height of the shape you want to draw on, you can set a custom template for just about any rectangular shape you want.
Then just print them out on your home printer or go to a custom card/sticker printer like CafePress.com and print up a batch.