You know what I’m going to say. Yup, that’s right, photos make wonderful gifts! A gift made from the photographs from your session will preserve that time in your life forever and share those memories with those you love. And, let’s be honest for a minute, us Moms always sneak in a few gifts for ourselves while we shop for our families so don’t feel guilty if you select an album or canvas for your own home for the order. My favorite gift offering this year are my new acrylic image blocks. They have a sleek and contemporary profile while fitting in seamlessly with almost any decor. They would be great on a desk, used as a super cool paperweight, or displayed in a bunch in a kitchen or playroom since they’re easy to wipe clean. Please get in touch with me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to put in an order and all orders must be completed by Dec 4th to ensure delivery by Christmas.
Wall art – photos on Facebook are cool, but looking at the images of your beautiful family up on your wall everyday is always better.
20×30 canvases (on left in photo above) $275 (this is a bananas price and only SIX will be sold!)
Prints 11×14 $55. 16×20 $75. Gift prints – 8×10, 5×7, 4×6 $25
Photo books. Lighter and lower cost – perfect for grandparents! 20 custom designed spreads printed on creamy deep matte paper. Your choice of cover materials and embossing. 8″x8″ $200, 10″x10″ $250
Acrylic image block. Your favorite image under one inch of solid clear acrylic. Perfect for Dad’s desk at work! Available in 5×7 or 6×6. $150
Engraved wood and metal keepsake photo box. Both top and underside of lid can be engraved with text of your choice. Filled with 25 5×7 deep matte prints from your session. $275.
And now for more pretty:
The Teton Valley is a special place for me and my family and the location of my birth on July 4, 1982. Although I never lived permanently out west I spent many summers of my youth running around the mountains with my family so every time I return it feels a little bit like home. This is Teddy’s second trip out but the first that he’ll remember. During this trip we celebrated (and I photographed) the wedding of my dear cousin, had Yellowstone park basically to ourselves, enjoyed one of the first snow squalls of the season, hung out with the native wildlife (bison, foxes, elk, deer, bald eagles and more) and were just generally humbled by the gorgeous expansive country. Here’s a bit of what I saw during our time in this stunningly beautiful corner of our world.
Finally, after the wonderful response I received to my Lemonade Sale I have added these images and more from Wyoming and renamed it my Eggnog Sale – head on over to browse the new art print offerings for the holidays.
As Thanksgiving approaches I am so grateful for all that this crazy year has taught me.
Hope to hear from y’all soon!