I'm working on an FAQ, but for right now here's some quick printing tips.
All my boxes are originally made at 300 ppi, when you click the images, it can bring up a different sized version. In my browser that's generally 200 ppi. Most browsers are set up to print at 72 ppi or 100 ppi which results in my boxes not printing properly from most browsers. They take more than one page and run off edges.
So why do I post them at the higher size? Because it's a better quality image, and because you deserve the best, which is not the quickest to load or the easiest to print, but they can be printed at the right size fairly easily. Why not PDF? 3 reasons, the first one is that the platform I used doesn't support PDF as an upload option, so I'd have to upload it to another server and link to it. The second reason is because PDFs are bigger, especially if I'm doing them in both A4 and US sizing which means it will take longer to download them and upload them and I'd have to convert each one. That makes more work for me and would result in me making less boxes by taking some of the fun out of it, the 3rd reason is because PDF versions just don't look as good to me as the original files if I use settings that keep them from being big files.
Most of my boxes and templates are set up at 8x10 inches with only a few from the early years set up differently.
Easiest printing option- Switch to Chrome Browser which you can download HERE. Chrome automatically sizes things with 8x10 sizing correctly, and let's you print from the clicked on image. I love Chrome.
For more advanced users who have a graphics program, right click to save the image after you've clicked on it, and print from you graphic program. Generally "Print to fit page" works great. It may save at 100 ppi when it's supposed to be 200 ppi, so fit to page works around that.
You can even print from whatever paint program comes pre-installed with your OS, again, pick fit to page and portrait settings.
For the mandalas- they are almost all sized at 8x8 inches, the bigger transparent PNGs are for people who like the higher quality images with no artifacts (stray colored pixels) to use in their own projects. The smaller JPG versions are more reliable for most browsers if higher quality is not an issue.
I hope that helps!