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FirstTimeCruiser
06-29-2006, 08:11 AM
Has anybody made a copy of a 12x12 scrapbook page? I would like to make a couple of copies of some of my pages, but can't find anywhere that makes copies that big. I've tried Kinko's, Office Depot and a few other local places but the biggest color copiers they have are 11x17.
Thanks.

disney funseeker
06-29-2006, 10:59 AM
Have your tried a lss?

My lss got a new copier a few months ago. The paper was a 12 x 18 and cost $1.75. The quality was amazing. I had several pages from an album photocopied. The embellishments and everything copied so well.

daisyduck123
06-30-2006, 03:35 AM
Have your tried a lss?

My lss got a new copier a few months ago. The paper was a 12 x 18 and cost $1.75. The quality was amazing. I had several pages from an album photocopied. The embellishments and everything copied so well.

Please help me here...what is "lss"? An abbreviation for a store? Thanks a bunch!

mydogisbo
06-30-2006, 08:23 AM
LSS is your local scrapbook store.

Do you want them to be 12x12 when the come out, or could you have them reduced to say 11x11 or 10x10? I think copy stores can do that--I've never had any done. I guess it just has to do with how you are going to use the copies.

peasy
06-30-2006, 08:47 AM
When I had to make copies for a contest, I brought them to kinkos and they showed me how to reduce it to fit on their 11 x 11 paper. I used their self service color copier and it worked out pretty good.

daisyduck123
06-30-2006, 02:16 PM
LSS is your local scrapbook store.




Thank you! :)

happylady
07-03-2006, 09:49 PM
I have a customer that has a commercial 12 x 12 scanner and printer. Her work is awesome!! She can do so many different things with your page....reduce for a smaller album, print on an apron, make into a 6x6 card (envelope included), make a wall calendar, etc. I normally have her scan and print my layouts for display in the store, rather than put up the originals (fluorescent lights can quickly damage the paper).

Here is her link:
Scrapbooks To Share (http://www.sbtoshare.com)

disney funseeker
07-04-2006, 12:27 PM
I have a customer that has a commercial 12 x 12 scanner and printer. Her work is awesome!! She can do so many different things with your page....reduce for a smaller album, print on an apron, make into a 6x6 card (envelope included), make a wall calendar, etc. I normally have her scan and print my layouts for display in the store, rather than put up the originals (fluorescent lights can quickly damage the paper).

Here is her link:
Scrapbooks To Share (http://www.sbtoshare.com)

That is a great service. I would go with her. Her prices are very good too.