pixels2Pages Blueprint Collections are available to purchase in the Forever Store in kit form. These kits containing a number of Blueprints are installed in your content library, like any other kit. You can also purchase page template and pre-designed page kits from other designers in the Forever Store. Again, these kits are installed like other kits in your content library.

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8 Responses to Importing a Page from an Art Kit

  1. Melodie says:

    I have purchased both halves of the 2019 day2day pre-designed book kits. I would like to have all the pages included in a single album. Is there a way to add an entire kits pre-designed pages to an existing album all at the same time instead of adding them one page at a time?

    • Jan says:

      No, you can start the book with the first half and then add the other pages a week at a time or as you do them, but you will have to add them singly. The entire year is available as a kit (in three sizes) for those who want it all at once.

  2. LynetteF says:

    Is there a way to have a choice of all templates with one photo holder without looking in each kit of pre-designed pages? I tried tagging but that doesn’t give me choices. That seemed to be a waste of time as it’s for elements and papers.. I love this geature in the p2p blueprints where I can peruse choices for a certain number of photos. Many of my predesigned pages books are now looking almost useless.

    • Alison says:

      I’m afraid there isn’t a way to do that, Lynette. The .pakits are all separate and the software can only access them one at a time. You could save out the pages from the kits into a Windows folder like your Blueprints folder, or print the kit preview pdfs to refer to when selecting a page.

      • Darryl Harper says:

        Is there a way to add these blueprint kits to our Regular blueprint folders in Documents?

        • Kim says:

          Hi Darryl,

          To save Blueprint kit files in documents, you have to export each template. With a BP on your layout, click on File / Save As / Export current page and then save to the desired location. I would suggest using the same naming convention as p2P so they sort properly. p2P_12_5_Name “12” is the size of the BP “5” is the number of photo openings.

    • Mary says:

      I had such joy when I read about tagging the pages with the number of photo holders and was devastated when I couldn’t add them via tags. However, my work around is to keep ‘Manage Content’ open as another tab. Then I can browse my tags (4photos, for example), find one I like and make a note of the kit. Then I can add from that kit without searching through each kit to find one that’s workable. I know it’s not ideal, but it has really helped me in my last 2 books. I hope you find it helpful.

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