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Been super busy, but I thought I would take a little break to wish you a safe and a happy time with your little ones today!! I also thought I’d try to make up for my blogging absence through offering a fun FREEBIE!
Here are two digital frames to use for your Halloween photos of your cutie-patooties!
You can download my frames here! Hope you enjoy!
How about this creative gift! After printing the photo card, use an Exacto knife or a razor blade to cut a small (1/4″) slit above and below your child’s hand. Slide a lollipop into the card, and your kid is “holding” a sweet treat for his/her Valentine friends! What a fun and easy gift for a class party!
You don’t have to be a professional to treat your kids to some super cute, super quick Valentines! These mommy-friends of mine emailed me their pictures, and we dropped them into my new templates I designed.. It’s only $5 to use one of these cards.
Print as 4×6 photos at your local 1-hour photo lab and your kids will be the talk of their classmates’ Valentines Day Party. It’s not too late to create one of your own!
Remember a few posts ago when I said I have some very talented photographers for friends? One is Jennifer Lankford. She’s great! Check out her site!
I’m working on some designs for a Valentine’s Special Jenn will be running in the near future. When creating, inspiration can come from any where; this card I’ve actually wanted to make for a while. The idea began when I was listening to the Sondre Lerche cover of Let My Love Open the Door. I originally heard it when we went to the movie Dan in Real Life. Very quickly afterwards, I bought the soundtrack and the song has been on my iPod’s Top Played list ever since! Every time I listen to it, I think of those beautiful Tiffany charms that are shaped like skeleton keys. One has a heart on top… So I started with drawing the charm first, and the rest followed:
The colors in the card and Jennifer’s picture went together perfectly, and we didn’t even plan it! LOVE it when that happens!! I’m working on a few more cards and we’ll post them when Jennifer and I can get together and add her photography talent to the creative process! Make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity to have a custom Valentine that will become a keepsake! Here’s more information about Jennifer’s special:
This family intentionally did not get a Christmas Card out before the holidays. The construction on their new home will be finished in early 2010, and the mom knew she wanted to use this experience to create a fun spin on the traditional holiday card. While I love every Christmas Card I helped design in 2009, I couldn’t be more pleased with this unique start for the new year: