Can I remove a photo from my design?

Yes, to remove a photo from your design: Click on the photo you wish to remove. Click the Delete or Backspace button on your keyboard. You can also click the Trashcan icon, located in the top toolbar on the right side. If you have embellishments, or other features laying on top of the photo, you may […]

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How can I upload my photos?

You can easily upload your own photos in the Design Center if they are saved as .jpg, .gif, or .png files. Once you’re in the Design Center, click on the “Photo” tab in the vertical toolbar on the left side of the screen. Here you will see a button that says “Upload Your Own Images”. […]

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Can I change the dimensions of my photo?

To increase the size of your photo: Add image from your image library into your design, or click on the photo in your design you’d like to make bigger. A red border will appear around the photo. Drag one of the four corners outward to increase the photo size. We’d also like to point out […]

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Can I change a photo’s opacity?

To change your photo’s opacity follow the steps below. Click on the photo. A red border should appear around the image. A horizontal editing toolbar will appear at the top of the page. Click on “Opacity”. A slider will pop up ranging from 100% to 10% opacity. The slider by default is set at 100%. […]

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Can I change my photo to black and white?

Yes, you can change your photo to Black and White. You can even apply an antique filter to your photo. Learn how it’s done below. Click on the photo. A red border should appear around the photo. A horizontal editing toolbar will appear at the top of the page. Click on the “Filter” button. The […]

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Can I crop my photos?

Yes! While inside the Design Center, click on the image you’d like to crop. A horizontal toolbar will appear at the top of the page. Click on the “Crop” button to reveal two options: square crop and circle crop. Use the crop box to crop your photo. Resize and readjust your image as needed. You […]

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How do I rotate my photo?

To rotate your photo: Click on your photo. After clicking on your photo, a red border will appear around your photo. At the top center of this border is a rotating symbol. Hover your cursor over this rotating symbol. Your cursor will turn into a plus sign. Press and hold. Drag your cursor to the […]

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How do I align my photos?

To align your photos: Select the photos on your design that you want to align. To click on multiple photos, simply hold down the Shift key while selecting your photos. A red box will appear around the edges of the selected photos. A horizontal toolbar at the top of the Design Center will also appear. Find […]

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How do I zoom in on a photo?

To zoom in on a photo, follow the steps below: click/select the photo a toolbox will appear towards the top of the design tool – You’ll have a zoom option. click zoom, and use the + or – magnifying glasses to alter the zoom *Note* This is something to be careful with. Digital images, if […]

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There is a white border around my photo. How do I modify it?

When you place a photo onto your design, a 5pt white border will automatically appear around the photo. To remove or modify this border: Click on the photo you wish to modify. Click on the Images Tools tab near the top of the Design Center. It may already be selected as you’ve clicked the photo. […]

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What does photo resolution mean?

Photo resolution is the number of pixels per square inch. More pixels equals higher print quality. 350ppi is the standard resolution/ppi/dpi recommended for printing. We recommend using images that are high resolution because these will look clearer and ultimately better when printed. Using low resolution photos will often result in printed photos that look pixelated or […]

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Do I need to use high resolution images?

Yes, the images that you use need to be high resolution. Using high resolution photos ensures that the images on your cards and invitations will print clearly. Using low resolution photos will result in printed photos that look pixelated or blurry. Here are some rough guidelines to follow. Please note that these are minimum resolution requirements. […]

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