Thank you for being a valued Pages Magazine Reader and friend of pixels2Pages. This freebie double page Blueprint is only available in 12×12 size. Click the image below to download your Blueprints
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Effective today, we have made several changes to our Blueprint offerings. The most important things you need to know are listed below:
- These, and future Blueprints, are designed in Artisan 5 and can only be used in Artisan 5 Software and/or future versions of the software.
- These Blueprints cannot be used in Artisan 4 or any other predecessor software.
- If you are a pixels2Pages member and you are unable to use these new Blueprints, please send an email to info@pixels2Pages.net. We will work with you to determine an acceptable substitute for this offering in your membership.
- All Double Page Blueprints are designed for lay flat books.
- Lay flat is the default book setting in Artisan 5, although it is a printing upgrade which is available at an additional cost at the time you order your book.
- You are not required to purchase the lay flat upgrade; however, if you choose to use standard binding (instead of lay flat), you will need to make adjustments while creating your book.
- When designing a book with a standard bind, change your view in Artisan to standard and then make minor adjustments to shift the elements on the page to line up across a standard page.
- It is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that you only use these Blueprints by importing them into an open project.
- Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES should you attempt to open these Blueprints by double-clicking on them or opening them in any other way. I repeat – DO NOT OPEN individual .artpage files.
- From a project open in Artisan, go to the Home ribbon and import these Blueprints by using either the ‘Template’ or the ‘Add Page’ button. This is the only way you should be using Blueprints!
- If you should ever notice an ’embedded images’ or ‘images’ folder inside your Blueprint folder, DO NOT delete it. It could result in elements being removed from the .artpage files which would require you to download your Blueprints again.
Enjoy your new Blueprints!