Poor Alivia. She is the last of four kids and the 1st to not have a personal photo shoot every 6 mths. First pro photo was at age 1..and she is 3 1/2 and yet to have another. Bad parenting? Maybe, but I plan the bills. If we had the funds or time for such adventures..and yes taking four kids to get pictures taken is a great adventure, we would do it more often. Like when I had two kids. She was also the only child you will find missing from my wall photo displays. Awe, that girl doesn’t notice but I better get ‘er in gear before she does..or there will be trouble.
Paper Culture takes the sharp shots you capture at the park or your professional photo’s to new levels with bamboo wall art.
Paper Culture is your fancy modern day center for invitations, announcements, holiday cards, and now bamboo wall art. From baby shower invitations to save the date cards your special moments will be cherished through classic print. Paper Culture isn’t only known for their modern thank you cards and birthday invites but also their take on saving the environment. That’s right, eco-friendly paper products are enforced at the Paper Culture headquarters. With a love of trees they plant one each time you buy something from their website, 200,000 trees to date to be exact. Each card and envelope is 100% post consumer recycled paper. Give your hands a rest because at Paper Culture they will print your recipients address, the return address, and stamp it for FREE..well you have to pay for the stamp but at least you didn’t have to run out to the post office.
And if you can’t stand me tooting my own horn about it any longer take it from the stars:
“Paper Culture notecards: they are absolutely our favorite way to stay in touch” Minnie Driver
“adorable … love it!” Jennie Garth
If that doesn’t motivate you to consider Paper Culture maybe my next idea will. Back to School is on my brain and sending little notes in my children’s lunch boxes is a sweet mid-day reminder for them that they are loved, strong, and only have a few hours left until hugs galore.
Write your daily (or weekly) message on the front and slip it into your child’s lunchbox. Or, your husbands, wink wink!
Fabulous View: So, I picked the Bamboo Wall Art and personalized one for my sweet little Livi so she could feel like part of the family. I was impressed with their Bamboo Wall Art on the website and was unsure how big it would be. Unlike most people who would get some measuring tape I just envisioned with my hands how big it would big. Kinda like this: oh it will be yay high and yay wide. The Bamboo Wall Art comes in 4 sizes: from 5.4 to 17.8. What I love about these personalized photo blocks are the ease of hanging with keyhole backs. These Bamboo Wall Art also stand well and can be placed on cabinets or shelves for decor. I received the MINI 5.4, as pictured above, and will place Alivia’s on a shelf not far from other pictures of my kids, whom don’t lack attention on my walls. The feel of the bamboo is very smooth and rich (as in ..not cheap). Uploading my photo was easy as pie and they have pro’s on stand by to help if you need it. For reals, and it’s for free. If you can’t decide on a photo they offer some great modern designs to choose from. I almost bought “Saying Love With A Smile”. Check it out..it’s awesome. Shipping didn’t take too long and it was wrapped up very nicely and securely. Overall great product and will do business with again.
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