Archive for August, 2013

Create your personalized canvas print with iPhone or Android app

Personalised Canvas | Canvas St Mobile App

If you have not been aware, our sister brand Canvas St. has recently introduced the Canvas St. Mobile App on the Apple Store and Google Play for those who appreciate the convenience of making canvases with their mobile phones.

Traditionally, you would have to download the Canvas St. Designer to start designing your personalized canvas, however with the Canvas St. Mobile App you can easily design and complete the purchase of your canvas by using your mobile phone. If you have yet to order a personalized canvas from Canvas St., I would highly suggest that you try out the Canvas St. Mobile App.

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How to complete Waiting for Files

Waiting for Files is a common issue that our customers face, which happens when the file is not sent over after completing the payment process.

If you are a first time customer (or even if you are not!), we are here to guide you step-by-step to ensure that you successfully send your artwork to us.

Waiting For Files | Photobook Worldwide

Screenshot of the Order Confirmation page, and information on how to upload your files.

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8 Awesome Poster Collage Layouts

We have over 20 interesting poster collage layouts included in Photobook Designer for you to explore and use for your poster masterpiece. Here are the top 8 poster collages that we think you will love.

A picture paints a thousand words, so the adage goes. And true enough, you can infer several ideas, notions and concepts from just a single picture. So imagine how many more of those you can get from more than a few images and objects placed in a single frame. That’s the magic of a collage.

poster collage

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Scrapbooking in the Digital Age: How to Use Photo Books for Your Scrapbooks

Scrapbooking, or that method of mounting pictures and other mementos on a blank book, is an artful way to preserve personal and family history.

It traces its long, storied history to 15th century England, where another form of keeping remembrances called commonplace books was popular. People kept in these books their poetry, letters, and legal formulas, as well as tables of weights and measurements and other information they wanted to keep.

Sample of a typical digital scrapbook

Photo taken from Sweet Shoppe Designs

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