Create a Custom Card with QR Codes

The Infographic Card I designed for our family Christmas last year was a big hit. What would I come up with this year to top that one?  The $6 Greeting Cards that open up to a “happy birthday” song or a funny saying are our favorite, but I didn’t want to buy $600 worth of […]

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3 Ways to Spoil a Good Christmas Card

Christmas. It’s just around the corner…  I don’t know about you, but I love receiving Christmas and Holiday cards in the mail! The best cards always seem to go up high on the fridge, or hang right up front on the family room display. When our family and friends come over, they sift through our […]

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Use Infographic Elements to tell your story

An infographic is just that; an informational graphic. Infographics are a fun way to learn about something without all the heavy reading. For visual people (like myself), I can remember information laid out in a pie chart, but won’t remember the same information if it’s typed up in a paragraph. It’s Data Visualization. Last Christmas, […]

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What are Pixels?

Every photograph, in digital form, is made up of pixels. They are the smallest unit of information that makes up a picture. Usually round or square, they are typically arranged in a 2-dimensional grid. The number of pixels in an image is sometimes called resolution. Resolution is the amount of pixels per length unit. If […]

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PicFrame, Rhonna and Bubbleframe for Memory Keeping

We’re passionate about memory keeping. With last weeks launch of the Project Life App, we’re able to “scrapbook” digitally on the go. We don’t want to leave our Android users out!  The large variety of Android phones makes it tough for app developers. They’re all different. The operating system is more complex.  Until Android simplifies […]

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Printing from the Project Life™ iOS App

The long awaited Project Life™ iOS Mobile App is now available in iTunes! Can you tell we’re just a little excited? Why? Well, because we not only LOVE using the Project Life system ourselves, but the 12×12 Fuji Photographic Print is our baby. It’s why we created Persnickety. It’s what we’re passionate about. The Project […]

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Project Life // Documenting the Everyday

I don’t know about you, but I’m taking more photos than ever. Not necessarily great photos, planned or posed photos; more real life, everyday photos. An increase in capturing everyday moments is good thing, but not so much when they’re lost in a cloud. I started the Project Life™ system in 2011. The concept is […]

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Learn how to Rock your iPhone at the Pinners Conference & Expo

What is the Pinners Conference & Expo? Pinners is two great events in one. It’s a conference featuring over 80 classes taught by the best presenters in the nation. And it’s also an expo with 150 top exhibiting businesses providing beautiful options in the worlds of DIY, crafts, wedding planning, baby and children, cooking, photography, […]

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Real People

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when you shop and order online? For the longest time, I thought that whenever I ordered a pair of pants and two tops from my favorite website, the items would travel along a conveyor belt before a robot arm would swoop down and place them […]

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Free Back to School Printable

Free Back to School Printables

Summer is winding down, marketing ads are turning to lunchboxes and pencils. It’s time to shift to a new schedule and daily routine. Whether our children are entering elementary, middle, or high school, time seems to be speeding up to a new level. Documenting these milestones may seem overwhelming, but when they’re all grown up […]

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iPhoneography Series: 5 Tips to Avoid Background Clutter

When taking photos, sometimes we’re so focused on the subject that we forget about what’s happening behind it. With mobile photography we don’t have the luxury of controlling aperture to blur out background clutter, or a zoom lens to remove the background distraction all together. So what can we do to enhance our mobile photos […]

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