I love this time of year, Christmas shopping and wrapping up everything. I am definitely one who prefers to wrap up stuff and give to people. Watch the smiles as they open up the presents and see what they have hiding underneath. You may recall that my-picture.co.uk gave away a voucher in one of my recent #12DaysofConstantChristmas competitions. They have some amazing personalised photo gifts and are now offering my readers free prints, see below for details.
I love capturing happy Christmas family memories in photos and putting them onto keepsake gifts after Christmas. It’s a lovely way to say thank you for a wonderful Christmas.
Here are some of the ways I love to capture these moments:
A personalised cushion
Can you imagine a beautiful family photo on a cushion on the sofa? The personalised cushion range are a great idea to capture family memories over Christmas. What better way to say thank you to loved ones for the yummy food, family time and Christmas presents. I think this photo would be lovely on a cushion;
MixPix photo tiles
I love the idea of having these MixPix photo tiles on the wall. These photo tiles are a brilliant idea, they are adhesive pads that can be stuck on the wall and moved time and time again. Our new house has thick solid walls, so these are perfect for us as no drilling into the walls to hang the photos.
You can move them about the house or swap them around too – when you feel the urge to change things up a bit. I do this quite often.
MixBlox photo blocks
The acrylic MixBlox photo blocks are a great idea for a little thank you gift too. They make for beautiful ornaments on a shelf, mantlepiece or desk and are currently only £6 each (at time of blog post).
Get your free prints
With this code MUMMYCONSTANT you will get up to 5 free MixPix Photo Tiles from My-Picture.co.uk. To acquire your free prints, go to www.my-picture.co.uk/mixpix/, upload your desired photos and enter the name MUMMYCONSTANT during the checkout. The more you buy the more you get free! Get your personalised photo gifts and cherish those beautiful family moments.
A big thank you to My-Picture.co.uk for the inspiration for this post. All opinions are my own.