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    Hey everyone!! It's been a long time since I posted here....but with adopting a newborn and all that went on with that (still in the process) and having a 4 year old...and running a daycare in my home...I have been too busy to do any kind of scrapbooking! My poor scrapbook room became overrun by stuff we moved in there to clean out space for a nursery and by my overstock shopping with coupons! I have finally reclaimed a good portion of it, to get back to working on Xavier's scrapbooks. But I have decided to do all of Elijah's digital. So my first thing was deciding on size...which I decided to go with 12 by 12 since that is what size Xavier's paperscrapbooks are. Next question was where to print. Locally HyVee Drug can do it for $4.50 a piece and they are still chemical instead of dry printing so that is good. I looked online and found the following sites recommended in an article specifically about printing digital 12 by 12 scrapbook LOs. I was wondering if any of you had used them...whether you liked them or not...and if not...where do you print yours?

    http://www.scrapbookpictures.com They print them for $1.99 and ship for $1.79 for the first one and 29 cents each additional.

    http://www.costcophotocenter.com They print them for $2.99 each and ship for $1.99 for the first and 29 cents each additional.

    http://www.whcc.com They print for $4.15 each and that includes 2 day shipping.

    http://www.sbtoshare.com They print for $1.50 each ($2.00 each if you want photo cardstock) and ship for a flat $6 rate. They will also take your paper scrapbooks and scan them and print them for you...the print and shipping price is the same as your digital and they charge 75 cents per page for 200 dpi or $1 per page for 300 dpi as a scanning fee. I thought that was kind of cool.

    http://www.mypictales.com They print for $1 each and their shipping is based on where you live and I couldn't get that price without putting something in the shopping cart and getting an estimated shipping that way, which required an account and I didn't feel like creating one at this time.

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    I do my 12x12 printing locally at Costco. I don't want to mess with shipping, and it's just as easy to grab them while I'm there. Do you not have one close by?
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    No our closest Costco is over an hour away. To grab and go I would have to do Hy-Vee Drug...or I guess Walmart if they do 12 by 12. I know Walmart has a dry lab now and dry prints don't last as long at all!

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