Printing kaleidoscopes for standard photo sizes

We’ve had a cluster of questions lately about printing kaleidoscopes for standard sizes of photo paper and/or frames, e.g. 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, etc. So I thought I would do a blog post explaining the issue and how to address it. As you’ve probably noticed, all of the kaleidoscopes that are made in […]

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Customer Creation: Claudette Pomroy’s Stuffed Kaleidoscope Ornaments

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One of our customers, Claudette Pomroy, sent us photos of some ornaments that she’s made with Kaleidoscope Kreator and I just had to share them with you! Here’s what Claudette had to say about them: Just wanted to show you the Holiday ornaments I made using your product.  I turned the pictures into black and […]

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Tip: Saving Kaleidoscopes

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OK, I know what you’re thinking… How difficult can it be to save a kaleidoscope? Really, it’s not difficult at all! But based on the number of questions we get about this, I thought maybe I should address it here on the blog. For this discussion, we’ll start with this picture of a building on the San Diego Wharf.

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Kaleidoscope Flower Ornaments

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Kaleidoscope Flower Ornament

If you own Kaleidoscope Kreator Favorite Projects Volume 1, then you might recognize the techniques used in these ornaments. They’re a combination of our layered ornaments and our 3-D flower cards. You can use any digital image you’d like (flowers are particularly colorful), but I find it’s fun to use a photo of kids or pets. The original photo is not immediately apparent in the final ornament and it’s a fun to watch the reaction when someone recognizes the subject of the photo.

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