I want to give some photo-based gifts this Xmas to my mum and MIL.
Not sure whether I should make a calendar or create something else?
Suggestions? I'm happy to use one of those online photo places to make something.
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30-11-2015 11:03 #1
Photo gifts for Xmas - suggestions?
30-11-2015 11:16 #2
I've had photo mugs made for my parents and in laws this year. Each mug has a photo of dd printed on it and will be paired with a bag of good quality coffee or t2 tea. We did calendars last year so I thought I'd try something a little different this time.
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30-11-2015 11:23 #3
Every year we make a calendar for FIL and my parents. I'll probably do that again. I have also made my mother a photo book before.
I also really like BettyV's idea. We usually do a mug for fathers and Mother's Day, but I really like the idea of pairing it with good tea or coffee.
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30-11-2015 11:57 #4
I do a calendar every year for mum with all the family birthdays marked in- all grandchildren and children, not just my family of 5 lol.
Have you had a browse through what they have on offer? I find that most places offer the same products and there is some good inspiration there.
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30-11-2015 12:02 #5
We are doing calendars this year too for parents/grandparents. I get together with my sisters and make sure there's pictures of all the grandkids included. I like the idea of mugs with coffee/tea though!
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30-11-2015 12:12 #6Senior Member
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We do a photobook through snapfish. We wait until a special comes up and do then. We completed ours yesterday and got 70% off our order 😁
30-11-2015 12:21 #7Senior Member
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We do little desk calenders every year
$8 from Vista print and they look great and the family love them.
Their standard shipping takes less than a week!
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30-11-2015 12:44 #8
We do Vista print calendars too!!
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30-11-2015 13:17 #9
I usually do either a calendar or collage print. I've done a calendar for the last couple of years so this year I did a collage print. Will frame them too. Snap fish have some great specials and I find the quality is really good.
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30-11-2015 13:33 #10
Thanks for the suggestions!
I just created a calendar on Snapfish and ordered 2 of them!
Might end up getting some other items too, we'll see.
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