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  1. Karen

    May 27, 2014

    These prints are basically blueprints, and available at any blueprinter (or called a reprographics shop nowadays). My family owns/operates a blueprint shop, and yes – I have LOTS of fun and take full advantage of my access to large format printers. The prints mentioned on this site are basically prints off a “blueprint” machine – so while they’re not super high quality, they are great for many applications. Support a local/family business by searching for a reprographics shop!

  2. Amber

    May 27, 2014

    Love this idea. Question: how come you don’t have a way to pin posts directly from your blog? It’d sure be a lot more convenient than copying and pasting every fabulous link

  3. Allison

    May 27, 2014

    I love the idea of supporting a local shop, but if you don’t have one near you, you can also get them for less than $8 at Staples. They also have different sizes available. And I think they also do free shipping, but maybe with a minimum order amount…

  4. Tess @ Tips on Life & Love

    May 27, 2014

    This is so cool, but does your photo have to be a certain pixel-size?

  5. kimberly michelle

    May 27, 2014

    I saw this today and wondered why anyone not in a rural area would pay for this… since Staples charges $7 for the same print.

  6. Kristin

    May 27, 2014

    Sweet idea!

  7. sveikinimai

    May 28, 2014

    Hi there! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok.

    I’m definitely enjoying your blog and look forward
    to new updates.

  8. Debbie

    May 28, 2014

    Perfect! I love the palm trees!

  9. Christina

    May 28, 2014

  10. Karen

    May 28, 2014

    Thought I’d chime in on the question, re: pixel size. For us (a large-format printer), it’s more about the file itself being “full-size”. So if you want a 24×36 print, your PDF should be 24×36. (To see the sheet size of any given PDF, open the file in Adobe Reader, hover your mouse in the bottom-left corner of the screen, and the sheet size populates). Of course DPI (dots per inch) counts too – 72 is low (for most web-based applications), with 200 DPI being more ideal for large-format printing.

  11. Sarah

    May 29, 2014

    Oh, I would LOVE to do this with my photography. I’m so glad I saw this. <3


  12. Kary

    May 31, 2014

    We just did this with my son’s senior photo for his graduation party (and 5 other of his friends also taking part in the same party). The copies were $7 each at Staples. No need to pay $25 to Photojojo (much as I love Photojojo).

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