Post # 1
Ok because not all of my guests play well together, I was forced to do assigned seating, and thanks to another creative Bee, had an awesome template to work with, however, when I called Kinkos to see if they would enlarge it, not laminate or mount it or anything, the quote was $ 87 ??? Really I am just going to throw it out after the day? Did anyone find a less expensive way of enlarging a seating chart?
Post # 3
That is outrageous! How big do you want it to be?!
Post # 4
Check out staples I’ve heard they have good prices.
Post # 5
thanks, yeah I was sticker shocked! Just wanted it about 2×3 feet, big enough to see and read! Good idea about Staples, I will check with them!
Post # 6
Not kinkos but I used Staples and it cost like $12 for an 18×24 print. I’m wondering if you’re asking for the wrong thing? I created the file myself using photoshop so when I uploaded it, I did so at the dimensions that I needed (18×24) but it would have worked the same way had I needed it enlarged. I just had it printed as either a poster or an engineering print but I can’t remember which. All I know is it was cheap and easy so I’d look into Staples instead.
Post # 7
To give you an idea of size, this was the 18×24. I just threw it in an inexpensive frame and called it a day. The whole project was maybe $20…
*Don’t mind the hackjob edit. It was much nicer in person. 🙂
Post # 8
upload it onto staples’ site… look for the engineer print in B&W 🙂 I only paid $8 for a 2×3!
Post # 9
Color is going to run a lot more than black and white. Also, make sure they are quoting you for paper of normal thickness, not the fancy cardstock/glossy paper. I would go to Staples anyways, Kinkos is the worst.