I was printing out my Instagram pics the other day in Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and printing two images on a 4x6 piece of photo paper. I started to label them below each image with the date so I could remember when they were taken... then I realized they looked like mini polaroids. I stopped writing on the front and continued to date the backs with a sticky note.
Today I cut them apart and OMGosh, they are soooooo cute and thought I'd share how I did it. Love them! What do you think?
Here's how I did it: ***NOTE: YOU CAN CLICK ON ALL IMAGES TO SEE THEM LARGER.
Drag one image onto the background and resize it to 3" wide by clicking on the image and then put your mouse on a corner of the image and you'll see an arrow. Keep your mouse button pushed and drag it until your image is at 3" wide. Do the same with the next photo.
Now you're ready to print. (File... Print... *Then you'll get the following screen) The settings you need are shown in the image. REMEMBER, you need to be printing on a 4"x6" photo paper for these setting dimensions to work.
PRINT! :) Then you can cut them apart and round the corners with a corner rounder punch if you like.