My plan is to pick the prints up from Costco and to print on the back of them personal notes. Love it! I swear, the only way you can get 100% WHAT YOU WANT out of certain things is just to DO IT YOURSELF! Even stuff like this!
Here was the Menu cards for Grace's baby shower - I was too obsessed!
IF YOU WANT TO DO THIS SUPER AWESOME, CHEAP DIY:
1. Go to PicMonkey.
2. Click on "Collage."
3. Select images if you wanted to include a picture, or just click on "Layouts" on the left-hand side.
4. Pick which one you would like. You can always rotate the layout from horizontal view to portrait and vice versa. So the Menu I made for the baby shower was actually a horizontal layout, but then I rotated it (with the options on the bottom of your editing space) to make it a portrait.
5. Adjust the sizes of the layout to your liking. A little arrow thing will appear when you go to the edges of each area of your layout. So for the Menu, I made the top of the layout (the cream colored area with the food options) much larger than the bottom, pink polka dot area.
6. Make it pretty by clicking on the little tag-looking icon on the left-hand side. This is where you can (again) add pictures into the spaces or just pick a background. Since I don't have the Royale membership thing, I just chose a few stock options.
7. Next, click the little artist's pallette on the left-hand side to adjust spacing. I reduced both of the above image's spacing down to 0.
8. After you're happy with the base of your collage, go to the top bar and click "Export to Editor." This is where you can customize it with different fonts and pretty little graphics. Again, since I don't pay for the Royale membership, I just use whatever they have stock and so far, so good. This is the fun part!
9. Once you're happy with everything, click "Save" and store it somewhere on your computer where you could upload it to a photo printer (I always use Costco - best quality, in my opinion!).
SO EASY! Love finding these types of tips so I thought, hey, may as well include it on my DIY blog! Yay!