Last year we started using a little app called Instagram. In a handful of months, Instagram has amassed well over 8 million users on the iPhone platform alone.It seems that everyone is loving this smartphone app… even President Barak Obama!If you don’t have it yet, give it a try! #HASHTAGSUse Hashtags when posting.  They are […]

Free 8×10 Printable

We LOVE our Persnickety Prints customers (that’s you)! We created this simple 8×10 printable for you back in 2011. It has been a huge hit on Pinterest and the most downloaded freebie we’ve offered. We decided it was time to added additional colors. Download your favorite color or all 3 as a reminder of our […]

7 reasons why you should print your photos

1. CostIn today’s economy, cost is a significant factor in deciding whether to buy almost anything. However, one reason to print your photos is the cost. Most regular 4×6 prints only cost 20 or 30 cents, but the significance of the photo lasts forever. Photo prints make excellent but inexpensive gifts for just about anyone […]


  When you lose that mojo, what do you do?How do you find it?Where do you look? We want to know…. What Inspires You? Last year, I wrote about my little sister, Kelene. She works/dances for Donny & Marie at their ongoing show in Las Vegas.Kelene is going on her 4th year with this show, […]

How to make a Custom Holiday Card

How To Make A Holiday Greeting Card   Sending holiday cards has been a tradition this time of year since the 1800s, but they’ve never been so fun and easy to create! Your online photo account allows you to create your own custom holiday greeting cards. You can use multiple images, or just one, and […]

Photofinishing in the 21st Century

  Not long ago you would buy a roll of film at your local drug store, load it into your 35mm camera, and shoot sparingly. Return the exposed roll to the same drug store, and wait for prints. The photo finishing industry has changed dramatically just in the last decade.  Today, we can snap a […]

Photo Mask Freebie

Photo Masks can be used for so many things, layouts, holiday cards, calendars, you name it! Photo Masks are .png files, with a transparent background. Here is how ya do it —->1.  Open a mask in any Photoshop program.Drag the image you want to clip ontop on the layer above the mask layer. You can […]