How I Print 3×4 Project Life Photos

I’ve been thinking about sharing the way I print 3×4 Project Life photos for a while now and after getting a few questions on Twitter I’ve decided to tell-all! When I first started out I tried a few ways of printing things and I’ve finally found a way that works really well for me. My secret weapon is the collage feature on Picmonkey! Let me show you exactly how I do it.

how to print 3x4 project life photos

First I load all my pictures into the collage generator and then choose my canvas size. The standard size for photo printing at places like Boots and Tesco is 6×4 and obviously this is perfect for the large Project Life pockets. It also works perfectly for the 3×4 size as you get 2 images on 1 print. I size my canvas to 1800px b 1200px for a high resolution proportion (300dpi).

*Side Note* I know these pictures are a bit hard to see as they’re scaled for this post but if you click on them you’ll be able to view them full size in all their glory!

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In the layout section, select the ducks in a row option. This will give you a canvas with 2 equal 3×4 sections! In the background section you can reduce the spacing to 0 so that there is no border on the pictures, although I quite like that effect sometimes.

3x4 project life print photo tutorial pic monkey

Now you can also play about to fit different sized images on your 6×4 canvas. You can fit 6 2×2 square prints in the same space and this is perfect for those Instagram snaps!

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I’ve also used the spacing option to ensure that my photos are smaller than the standard 3×4 (whilst still being in proportion) so that I can back them on a card so that they have a nice border.

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Once all your images are ready, just save them to your phone and take them to somewhere like Boots or Tesco for printing. Personally I prefer Boots as their print quality is pretty good, I can print them immediately in store without waiting around and I can usually use my points to pay for them! I select all 6×4 prints and then I have at least double the images without paying for each one separately! This works out as a really cheap and easy way for me to get my scrapbook photos. With a little bit of thought I only have to pay 11p per print which much cheaper than it would be printing them at home!

So that’s how I print 3×4 project life photos! If you have a different way I would love to hear about it so please do leave a link or explanation in the comments đŸ™‚


Published by boldlygold

I am a Marketing professional by day and a nifty crafter and DIY'er by night. Join me as I indulge in all of my (many) past times!

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