Are you new to digital scrapbooking and want to know how quick pages work? Are you a seasoned scrapper and just have few questions about uploading to shutterfly? Well you’ve come to the right place! Please take a moment to review the FAQ’s I’ve compiled.
1. How do I use quick pages?
First, you will need a photo editing program that can handle transparent (.png) files and layers. There are numerous programs available for you to choose from. Most of the programs listed below offer free trial versions.
(good for beginners)
(advanced, high learning curve)
ACDSee Photo Editor (good for beginners, but most digiscrap actions and templates won’t work in it)
Corel Paint Shop Pro (good for beginners, but most digiscrap actions and templates won’t work in it)
Microsoft Digital Image Pro (DIP)
If you choose to download a trial version of photoshop, I have a quick pages tutorial (includes quick page that you can download for free):
2. How do I upload my layouts to Shutterfly?
For step-by-step instructions on how to properly upload your finished layouts, see these instructions posted on Shutterfly:
Yes! Shutterfly has an FAQ page that is really helpful:
take me to Shuttefly’s FAQ page
::: IMPORTANT NOTES :::
Remember to save your layouts as jpg files at 300dpi/RGB color mode.
Once you have uploaded your photos to Shutterfly, please make sure that VividPics (Shutterfly’s auto correct feature) is TURNED OFF.
If you have any other questions, please post a comment here or send an email to elizzylee at gmail dot com.