Pomelo App Review

Pomelo is a photo editing app, that is available on the iOS store and on the Google play store. The app does exactly what it says it’s going to do, which is edit your photos by giving you many different effect options. I can’t say that I am overly impressed with the app but I haven’t deleted the app yet either. I have other apps that are my favorite though, which is why I don’t use this app that often.

I did a brief video showing you how to use the app and the different effects that are available within the app. Let me know in the comments what other apps might interest you.

Here are a few photos that I edited really quickly with the Pomelo app and I have to say that I was happy with the results.


Just a Little Help!

2015 is well under way and I am working on bringing bigger and better things to Scrapping Wonders. I could really use your help though. All I ask is that you complete this tiny survey for me so that I can bring bigger and better things that you will enjoy. I started this site with the intentions of sharing my simple and easy ways that I scrapbook.

Over the years Scrapping Wonders has also become a site that shares how to get those photos off of your phones and into albums quickly and easily. I am also aware that not everyone has an iPhone nor does everyone want an iPhone. I want to bring more to Scrapping Wonders then just information about iPhone’s. I would really appreciate your help by filling out this quick survey so that I can make Scrapping Wonders better in 2015!


5 Tips for Printing with a Selphy

printing with a selphyI see questions asked all the time on how to print certain things with the Selphy printer. I figured it was time for me to share all the things that I have learned about my Selphy since I’ve had it.

The Selphy is an awesome little printer for the price that you pay for her and she gets the job done but she does have a few drawbacks that might drive you crazy, depending on how particular you are.

#1 the Selphy does not print true 4×6 photos. You will get prints that are just a hair shy of 6 inches. Now this doesn’t bother me at all especially considering how I use my Selphy. My Selphy is a project printer for me. I mainly use her when I’m doing 30 days of thankful, December daily, LOAD or if I take some photos that I just want to scrap immediately. Using my Selphy this way helps me get these projects completed and keeps my scrappy self happy. I also don’t feel it’s economical to print everything with my Selphy. I do bulk printing through Shutterfly and persnickety prints.

#2 printing two 3×4’s can be done but remember they won’t be full 3×4’s as the Selphy does not print a true 4×6. Again this is not something that bothers me a great deal. Their are many ways that you can get this done depending on the apps that you want to use. The free app that I use to get this job done is pic stitch because it is the easiest app to remove the border. You can also use the project life app in the collage feature. When printing the photos from your phone to your Selphy you need to choose the borderless option so that you can get as close to a 3×4 photo as possible. You also have to make sure that the area of your photos are within the main area of the 3×4 so that you don’t end up cutting off parts that you want in the photo.

#3 printing 4×4 or instagram photos can be done with your Selphy as well. If you have an iPhone you can simply crop down your photo to square size open your Selphy app and choose the bordered option to print it. Now you aren’t going to get an exact 4×4 print but you are going to get a 3.5×3.5 print which is fine for me. When you trim your photo you can always leave a half inch white border around it if you need the photo to be an exact 4×4. If you don’t have an iPhone all you have to do is put your photo into a collage app or any app that allows you to crop your photo down to that 1:1 ratio/square size. For iPhone users that have their instagram photos saved into a folder you can just grab one of those photos with the Selphy app and print them by choosing the bordered option as well.

#4 printing 2×2 photos. Again this can be done but you aren’t going to get true 2×2 photos. You can use the pic stitch app to create 4 2×2 on a square photo which is the method that I used during my 30 days of thankful album or you can use the project life app and get 6 2×2 photos on a 4×6. I have used that method as well put you have to be prepared to have parts of your photo cut off which is fine as long as you plan ahead of time and place your photo in each block correctly. Either method works just fine if you use the pic stitch method you have to make sure that you print the photo as bordered and if you use the project life method you have to make sure you print the photo as borderless.

#5 If you don’t have WIFI you are not able to print wirelessely with the Selphy printer. I tried to use my hotspot one day when our internet was down and that was a no go for me. Canon also has not created software drivers for Windows 8 computers which means that if you want to use your Selphy with your computer that has Windows 8 this is not currently an option. I can tell you that you have more control with printing your photos through the computer software but I have managed to deal with this issue for months.

Well their you have it all my tips on how to get photos printed with your Canon Selphy and your iPhone. Once you know how to print your photos you won’t waste paper and you can get your photos printed quickly and easily. I have learned all these tips through trial and error on my part! One last tip if you are looking for a Selphy printer paper the best deal that I have found for it has always been on Amazon and if you are shopping for a Selphy the best deal I have found for one has also been on Amazon.  You can grab the iPhone app by clicking here so that you can print from your iPhone.

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Now that you have all my tips about the Selphy I am hoping that you came to me from Karen’s site where she shared a Year in Review layout that has room for 12 pictures!

Next up on the blog circle is Jen and she is sharing how you can meet your design goals this year with a freebie that she has for you.



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