Iphoneography-Printing Photos

Print Studio, Iphoneography

I have been having a lot of fun with my Iphone camera and all the apps available for smartphones.  I will be sharing more of my Iphone images both here and on Instagram.  (You can follow The Inbox Jaunt on Instagram now–see the sidebar and click the first image or search The Inbox Jaunt through your Instagram app.)

Recently, someone recommended Print Studio for ordering photos directly from your smart phone camera roll.

Print Studio, Iphoneography

The process was very simple.  I was able to chose the photos from my camera roll with a tap of the finger, and within minutes my first order was placed.

Print Studio offers four sizes.  I chose their Mini-Prints (2-1/8 by 3-3/8 inches) –about the size of my Iphone screen.  I printed both square and rectangular photos on the Mini Print size, and I particularly love the borders left on the square prints.  I think they will be great for adding captions and notes.


Print Studio, Iphoneography


The images are printed on heavy archival quality paper with a smooth matte finish.  I’m a huge fan already and I can’t wait to order more!

Print Studio, Iphoneography


I have been sampling a lot of Iphone apps lately and will be sharing my favorites with you. I have found several photography, art, organizational and other apps I love (and quite a few that I didn’t like at all.)  What are your favorite apps?  Let’s get a list going…are there any quilting apps?  I haven’t searched that yet.

Print Studio, Iphoneography


In other news, I have had several questions about free motion quilting that I would like to highlight later in the week for everyone to help solve.  If you have any questions that you would like everyone to discuss, please leave a comment.  I read all comments and try to answer directly.  Lately, I have been doing battle with my blogging software…please be patient and if I haven’t answered your question, please write again…


In the Garden This Week-Blanket Flower and Chomping Deer!

Blanket Flower, Gaillardia


I am a frustrated gardener this week.  I wanted to plant a variety of mums around my garden, only to find out that they are not hardy in Minnesota and are only planted as annuals!  This was news to me-even though I’ve lived in Minnesota for seven years…

I decided to hedge my purchase by buying three mums (annuals), three asters(perennials), and a Blanket Flower (Gaillardia)(perennial).  I planted them in the evening and by the next morning, the deer had stepped on the mums to reach the asters which they chewed down to base!  The only plant left standing was this lovely flower!  I love seeing the deer in my yard, but…I guess it’s back to the garden center for more (deer resistant) Blanket Flowers!

In blogging news…we have reached the 1000 followers mark!  Woo hoo!  Thank you to all who follow on a regular basis and those who drop by when you can!  We are so grateful to have you spend time at The Inbox Jaunt.   I have so much more to share…tutorials, projects, giveaways, recipes, photos,  surveys…

Also, you may notice that the site looks a bit different right now.  I have moved to a new blogging host and that brings a few new glitches and software for me to learn.  We will be changing our look going forward and I may have to take an occasional day off from posting…but trust me, I’m here–working on NEW things!  As I often say, I am much more comfortable behind my sewing machine than I am behind my computer…Wish me well as I wade through this…