Persnickety Prints - My New Favorite Layout & Photo Printer

So I have some blank space on my walls. I desperately needed to fill them but I really really didn't want to pay $8 per 12x12 at my usual printing spot.

Then I discovered Persnickety Prints.


Persnickety Prints!

In the words of Sandra Lee, "Can I just tell you?" These people are FANTASTIC.

First of all the prices are perfect. Less than $2 for a 12x12? You've got to be kidding me! Secondly, the customer service is phenomenal. I emailed with Chari a bit regarding my prints and she was so sweet, kind, and extremely helpful.

So what did I order? I picked up several 12x12 and 8x8 layouts, three of which are framed on my walls right this minute. I was really impressed with the print quality. All of the colors in the photo stayed true and the print is vivid and eye catching. I was so jazzed, that I placed a second order for Mother's Day gifts. Again, the quality of Persnickety Prints is amazing. I have found a brand new printer for my layouts and I am ecstatic that it won't cost me an arm and a leg! I can save that money for exquisite frames :)

If you're thinking about printing your own digital scrap layouts or creating a photo book, I urge you to visit Persnickety Prints. They have a variety of print sizes available as well as photo books and photo gifts. The prices and quality are unbeatable.

Right now, for iNSD, Persnickety Prints is holding a giveaway with some great prizes as well as 25% off all prints on Monday and Tuesday. You'll have to visit their website for the coupon code and to enter the giveaway.

Here are a couple layouts I printed:




credits: kit is From Anotha Mista by Simply Scraps

credits: kit is Zoom Zoom by Shanmomto4 Designs and template is by PhotoCowgirl

amanda  – (April 28, 2010 at 7:43 PM)  

I have heard so many great things about them! I really want to order from them, but I just recently learned about "bleed." Fun, huh? None of my layouts account for that. How much around the edges should I expect to lose with Persnickety? Would resizing the layout and throwing it on a 12x12 (or 8x8) white background work to fix it? Thanks!

kenny  – (April 28, 2010 at 8:37 PM)  

Amanda, I set up the machine and I am the main printer at Persnickety Prints. Most machines allow for slight difference in print sizes and alignments by overlaying the image over the paper to avoid having a white boarder. The problem with this, is you can lose a good portion of the edge of your layouts. If your layout has a thin border, the border can appear uneven or completely gone on one or more edge. Our goal, at Persnickety, is to print your image centered evenly with as little overlay as possible. You can be confident that your image will appear as expected. Our trim is less than 1/16 of an inch.

Misty  – (April 28, 2010 at 10:24 PM)  

Thx Kenny! You said it much better than I could have.

amanda  – (April 29, 2010 at 6:57 AM)  

Wow! The best that I've heard next to that is a loss of 1/4th of an inch all the way around! Off to pick some to print!

Misty  – (April 29, 2010 at 11:59 AM)  

Amanda,

I couldn't even tell a loss on any of mine. They are that good.

amanda  – (May 1, 2010 at 12:53 PM)  

Okay, I know, I'm all full of questions, but which paper works best for scrapbook pages?

Chari  – (May 1, 2010 at 8:54 PM)  

Amanda,
Here is a link to the info on our Paper. http://www.persnicketyprints.com/we-are-better/paper
Not sure what you are using now, but photo paper will always be the most archival and true to color.

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