You spend countless hours creating these beautiful layouts- how are you printing them?
Back in the day of paper scrapbooking- we all cared so much about everything being "archival"... has that changed? Many at-home printers claim to be "archival"- but read the fine lines. Most of them require you to use their branded ink and papers to back up this statement. This can be very expensive, and well... it is still ink.
Ink isn't waterproof.
Persnickety Prints doesn't use ink. Our chemical and light process is the most archival.
Check out what Stan from Scrappers Workshop has to say about it.
On this layout I used one of the two photo masks provided- doubling it for the image and the paper background. Cinzia Loosemore's papers and elements. This print will still be around for my Grandkids to cherish- even if there is a flood. Just sayin'!
to download these .png formatted photo masks via box.net