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Becster

I Love My Flip Pal!

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I've been doing a lot with my heritage photos lately, and have a turn of the century photo of a great-aunt. It has been in the same frame for years and years, so I was afraid to try and remove it. I just did 10 separate scans and stitched them together. I scanned everything, inluding the frame. Can't wait to play with it in PSE9 and then work on a LO!

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Sounds great Becky. Looking forward to seeing your LO!

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A Flip Pal is a portable scanner. Here's a link from the SG Blog page: Flip Pal

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Ooooooooh Becky I can't wait to see how it came out, this is exactly what I'm wanting to do with a couple of large pictures my Mother has - one of my Great Great Grandfather and one of my Grandmother when she was a baby in 1906 - that I definitely wouldn't even think about taking out of the frames.

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I love my Flip-Pal too! The only problem is that when I take it anywhere, suddenly everyone has something they'd like for me to scan for them! LOL I don't mind - it's fun........and I do recommend that they all buy one! I haven't a bad thing to say about the Flip Pal - it's been a great tool to have!

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Thanks for sharing the link, Theresa! I haven't been around enough (or had a brain enough!) to check this thread again. After I start the dishwasher and get some laundry going, I'm going to reward myself with some scrapping time. *g*

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