View Full Version : 5 free 8x8 photo books

04-07-2009, 08:59 AM
I just got this in the mail and I though that some of you may want to try it. ArtsCow
is giving away 5 free photobooks (20 pages) just entering the code FREE5BOOK in your account.
click here to get yours

1. Log in
2. Go to Members Area (on the left)
3. Choose Credits & Discounts
4. Enter the code

Your books expire one month after you enter the code and the discount will apply at checkout, and be sure you enter the code before April 15th.

Note: You have to pay the shipping (Around $8)

I haven't used Artscow before so I don't know thier quiality, But I'll Try any Thing for Free.

Heres The Link, agian http://www.artscow.com/?Ref=589406

04-07-2009, 09:08 AM
I have used them to make great grand kids books for my grandparents. I think they are good quality for the price. I'm currently working on Christmas books, I know I'm a little late, for my parents. I just make a normal page and download it like I would here and then, I can just put the page I made into the book. Much better than the generic pages that some company's use. =)

04-07-2009, 09:21 AM
I am so going to check this out! I'm overdue some birthday presents for my inlaws--this would be perfect!

04-07-2009, 09:28 AM
I save everything 3 ways here. All 3 ways are 12x12. One psd, one jpeg, one resized for the web. Would I have to start making them 8x8? Which is a question I needed to ask since I'm considering switching from 12x12 to 8 x 10. What should the dpi be??

04-07-2009, 10:47 AM
Anna, you DON'T have to save again. If it is already a square format LARGER than what you are going to print, 98% of places just shrink to the 8x8 or smaller size and it turnsout great!! I send my 12X12's to Costco and print 8X8 all the time. Or I've created 12X12's and sent in for 8X8 books. ;)

04-07-2009, 10:49 AM
Thanks so very much. I'll try that.