Last year when I was doing Project Life in a 12x12 format, one of my favourite things to do - especially when I was low on photos for the week - was to add an enlarged photo and cut it to fit into the pockets. After a little trial and error I got it down to a science. The easiest (and cheapest if you're sending your photos out) for me is to print the image as two 4x6 photos.
The way I do it is pretty straightforward - no computer or photoshop needed. You just need the PicFrame app and an iPhone. Pictures taken vertically work best, horizontal photos are much trickier to line up so if you're wanting to include a certain shot as an enlarged photo in your spread, try to remember to take your picture vertically.
Step One: Using the PicFrame app (you can find it in the iTunes store) select the top right corner where it says 1:1, you'll want to tap on 3:2 (which is your horizontal 4x6).
Step Two: Tap on the first square (the menu will continue to show squares, even though you've selected a different ratio). Next you'll want to remove the white border. Tap Style along the bottom menu.
Step Three: Slide the Width tab all the way to the left (you'll see the border disappear as you do this). Now you want to select your photo. Tap the blank canvas and hit Camera Roll.
Step Four: As I mentioned above, pictures taken vertically are the best (I haven't figured out a way to make horizontal photos work - unless they're taken in Panoramic mode - then the process is similar). Once you've selected your picture, do not zoom in, swipe so the photo is at the very top. Tap share and then save. Then repeat this step but this time swipe to the photo is at the very bottom (tap share and then save).
Step Five: Print your two 4x6 photos and cut them to fit your page protector configuration. Because I use four 3x4's pockets, I would cut both of these photos down the middle with my paper trimmer.
I hope this was easy for you guys to understand, I'm not the greatest with explaining things, so if you have any questions please leave a comment below and I'll do my best to answer it!
Remember I'd love to see all your work! If you upload pictures to Instagram, please use the hashtag #singlegirlsb so others can get inspired!