Post # 1
Has anyone ever had experience with picnik, or getting faux poloroids printed?
Essentially, our table numbers are faux polaroids of each guest, which we made via picnik.com. I did a test on my home computer and the print perfectly onto a 4X6 photo, I would just need to use a paper cutter to trim them to “polaroid” dimensions….
But I dont think my home printer can handle 150 photos, so I emailed them to CVS to print… They came out all chopped up, and not fitting the picture size at all! Any bees have any suggestions on how to make this work when I go to print them? The lady at CVS wasnt very helpful… I am afraid to put my printer through the burden!
Post # 3
I’m not familiar with picnik and a bit of a dud myself when it comes to photo printing myself or professionally but I’ve always had good luck and help at Target from their photo people so maybe try them? Also, I see your wedding is in October so it’s getting close (congrats!!) and you probably have a gazillion and one things to do but if you know your printer can do exactly what you want maybe do a few per day…like 10-15 instead of stressing it with a lot at once? Good luck, sorry I couldn’t be more help!!
Post # 4
Thanks Lady! I appreciate the confidence boost on the printer 🙂
Post # 5
@littlecat:I’ve had good results from snapfish.com with prints for cheap. Also wal-mart photo online was pretty good at printing photos with edits I have done on picnik 🙂
Post # 6
often big chains that aren’t specialty photo centers will mess up the crop of photos if they aren’t standard dimennsions. I don’t see any reason to not trust in your printer. I concur with the idea of doing 15-20 at a time.
Post # 7
Thanks for the tips ladies!
Post # 8
I would print with Costco online. check the crops when you upload and before you add them to cart. If you don’t have Costco try persnickity prints.