True confessions: When I design digital scrapbook papers, I design them for the standard 12in x 12in. The truth is, I don't print them off as 12x12 pages or use Shutterfly to make my books.
I use Blurb. Have you heard of it yet? Aside from the fact that is WAY cheaper than Snapfish and Shutterfly, beginners and pros can use Blurb to make fantastic photo books. If you're not a digital scrapbooker and just want your digital pictures in a book, then no worries. If you're a little more creative and like to work on pairing color schemes and fonts, you'll be happy to know you choose custom colors and use your own fonts. If you're a pro, then the sky's the limit. You can check out my books here.
Right now Blurb has an 8x10 book and then a larger "coffee table" size at 13x11 (they also have a 7x7 and 5x8 Black & White Text book). I've been modifying my papers to fit the 8x10 and 13x11 books. All this work has made me wonder how many people actually use the 12x12 size. With that in mind, I've made some edging brushes, so you can add that little extra something to your own specially designed pages.
DOWNLOAD the grugy edge brushes. When you download, would you leave a comment and let me know if you stick with the 12x12 or if you venture to different sizes? Thanks!