For the Presto Photo Scrapbook Pages review we were given six different paper choices: Heavy Pearl Paper, Heavy Lustre, Heavy Semi-Gloss, Heavy Matte, Premium, and Silk. Then, we were supposed to go to the website and create scrapbook pages that could be added to an existing scrapbook album, frame for display, or used in a hybrid project.
I have visited Presto Photo’s website on numerous occasions and I’m yet to successfully create pages for this review. The idea is that we should be able to create loose pages to incorporate with other projects; however, I’ve only been able to create pages that would become part of a book that the company sells. I’ve had my sister and husband look at the website and they too were unsuccessful.
I find the website very difficult to navigate and overwhelming to a “newbie” scrap booker such as myself. I thought asking my sister for assistance would prove beneficial as she has scrapbooked for years; however, she too finds the website difficult to navigate and again, we’ve not been able to create loose pages for purchase for our review.
In the email that I received welcoming me to this review we were told to send an email should we have any questions. I emailed the company over a week ago and to date, I have not received a response addressing my questions and concerns.
I would really like to try Presto Photo’s scrapbook products and compare their products to those that my sister uses on a regular basis; however, I am unable to do so at this time. Keep your eyes peeled and hopefully we will be able to update this “review” in the near future!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.