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12-11-2009, 04:08 PM
ok I know some of you print at home, but if you donít print at home where do you go? I found this site called viovio, and the pricing is awesome! but I donít know how the quality is, i really haven't researched it because i stumbled across the site from a scraper's blog and she said good things about it. I have over 50 (12x12) prints to make so far and many more in the future so thatís why I was considering viovio because of the price.
i would be grateful for any help, thanks!

12-11-2009, 04:40 PM

oops found it here.... more input is always nice tho :)

12-11-2009, 05:55 PM
I'll probably do a viovio book. Megan Turnidge has a really great review of viovio on her blog with samples she's had done.

12-18-2009, 03:16 AM
I wondered about viovio too....they had wanted me to make QP's for them, but I ended up not doing it because of time constraints and also because after going over their site, it seems that you have to upload LO's in PDF format. I wondered, how many people really use this? Waiting for a big stack of 12x12 300 dpi files to upload, PLUS converting them all to PDF format before that? That was a major turn off for me, but I've seen more people talking about them now, all good things...so maybe it's worth a shot.
I personally give RAVE reviews to scrapping simply. I just got my first order from them and it was GORGEOUS. They have different kinds of paper-I chose the linen paper. It's a bit thinner than cardstock with a lovely texture. The colors were vibrant and looked just as pretty on paper as it did on my computer! Maybe I should get around to taking a close up pic of the paper quality I got from them...I do think they have some on their site though too : )