Why I’m Thankful for Studio J #4–Free JPGs

There is so much to love about my Studio J membership.  From the 1/2 price layouts to exclusive content to free shipping, what’s not to love?  But my favorite part of the membership is the fact that I get free JPGs of every layout.  Within roughly 20 minutes (depending on how backed up the servers are) of ordering my layouts, I’m able to log into my account and download the free JPGs.  I’m then able to instantly upload the web-ready version to my blog and Facebook pages.  I can also easily email my layouts to friends and family to share memories with them.

Yet, it gets even better as Close To My Heart also sends me high-resolution JPGs of each side of the layout.  If my mom wants a copy of this layout, I can simply send her the high-resolution JPGs which she can drop in the No Limits layout on her Studio J membership and order her own copy.  We can also upload the JPGs to her photo frame so the whole family can share in the fun!

I also enjoy making 6×6 gift books using our board book and reducing the JPGs to 6×6 images in Photoshop.  I’m able to get 8 pages of the mini-album on one layout to drop into No Limits for printing.

If you want to learn more about the benefits of membership, be sure to watch the following:

Don’t forget to leave a comment on the giveaway blog post to have a chance at winning a FREE Studio J 5-Pack (includes 5 layouts, page protectors, and shipping)!
About Author

My adventures as a CTMH consultant began in April of 2007. My goal was simply to meet my minimums so that I could enjoy the consultant discount. Little did I know that my passion for the products and teaching scrapbooking and stamping techniques would lead me to so many new friendships. I've had the good fortune to travel to a variety of CTMH events and was even asked to teach at the Studio J Boot Camp in 2011, Convention Extravaganza in 2012, and on the main stage at Convention 2015.

1 Comment

  • canadian_liner
    November 17, 2011 at 5:37 am

    Wow! I did know that you could send the j-peg images via email, and that they post beautifully to blogs, but appreciate the tip about sending them to others so they can print for themselves, and that you can “downsize” them and print them smaller. Great ideas!


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