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    Sorry to be such a bother. My next question is related to the printing of pictures off the digi camera. I am trying snapfish out for the first time and am still in the process of uploading my 400+ pics. I noticed the different sizes of pics in some of your LOs and am wondering for paper scrappers if you order the pics in different sizes or cut them all. I'm referring in particular to the smaller pics that I see that are on some of the pages...the really small pics, like smaller than wallet. TIA again.
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    I do both Carrie. Most of the time I just cut down my regular sized pics. But if I happen to print pics at Walmart, I will get the smaller sized pics there at the print kiosk.
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    oh, do you have a paper cutter yet? It's a must have!!! by far the most important thing in a paper scrapbookers arsenal in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MommyCB View Post
    oh, do you have a paper cutter yet? It's a must have!!! by far the most important thing in a paper scrapbookers arsenal in my opinion.
    I agree. I could not live without my cutter. I order my prints in 4x6 or 5x7 at walgreens but the tiny ones I print at home.
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    I usually cut mine down too. If I have a page in mind ahead of time I'll order different sized pictures as well.
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    Cool, thanks guys. I am definitely going to order some of my prints in B+W, but will get regular size and just cut them.

    I do not have a paper cutter, but I will look into that. Do you all like it cause it keeps the lines straight???
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    I LOVE my paper cutter too. I SUCK at cutting straight, so it helps me out soooo much!!

    I print mine off and just cut them. I have recently thought about printing them off smaller, when I know what size I do need.
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    Yes, because it cuts perfectly straight lines and is much quicker than a pair of scissors. I would definitely buy one, especially since you and Austin are going to be doing this all the time. Walmart has a nice cutter (infact, it's the one I always use) for only $15 right now. It even comes with an extra blade.
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    I've only ordered 4x6 photos from Target, but I should look into getting other sizes so I can scrapbook other sizes (such as 5x7, wallets).
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    My paper cutter is the one thing I absolutely could not live without. how else are you going to cut paper to smaller sizes in straight lines? I cannot use scissors to save my life.
    Erin~Mommy to Patrick and Sean.





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