As well as an expansive and extensive selection of beautiful photo gifts and photo items, all of which can be personalized with any picture or photograph, you can also buy personalized greetings cards. Photo greetings cards can also be personalized to include a photograph of your choice and you can also customize the greeting that appears inside the card, as well as the one on the outside. The versatile cards can be used for any occasion and given to any recipient.
Packs Of Personalized Greetings Cards
Greetings cards personalized with your photo are available in packs of between 10 and 40. There's no need to worry if you do not think you'll be able to use that many for a single event or celebration, because you can have as many designs as you like on any number of the cards. Buying larger packs offers a surprisingly inexpensive price tag, at less than £ 1.50 per card. A lot of shop bought cards, which are of an inferior quality in most cases, cost a lot more than this.
One Design Or Many – The Choice Is Yours
The flexibility in personalized greetings cards lies in the fact that whether you buy a pack of 10 or a pack of 40 you do not have to use a single design. You could use five different pictures and five different greetings in order to create birthday cards, anniversary cards, new baby cards, and even save a few ready for Christmas.
Use Personal Photos Or Any Image
Scour your digital photo collection to find the most endearing images from the past year. Alternately, you could update old family photos by having them turned into great looking greetings cards. Of course, you do not have to use your own photographs and you could instead use your own artwork or even some piece of movie memorabilia.
Add Text To Your Photo
As well as adding a photo to the cover of your greetings card you also choose the greeting that is displayed on the front of the card, and another that is printed inside. This allows you to buy cards for any and every occasion and it means that you can celebrate any event in any language. It also means that you can use personalized greetings cards to announce a new address or the arrival of your new son or daughter.
The Presentation Tin
All personalized greetings cards come in their own presentation tin. This includes one of your images and greetings on top of a sturdy and good looking tin. You will not want to throw this tin away even once you've sent all of your cards because it makes a fantastic looking keepsake tin to store valuable and treasured items.
Great Quality Personalized Greetings Cards
A big part of the success of personalized greetings cards is down to the quality of the items. 250Gsm silk art board is used to ensure the best possible results and give a level of photo reproduction that you …
Giving money rather than a purchased gift would be perceived as a form of neglect for the relationship, even if it would be an efficient and rational choice on an economic level.
Even the same choice of receiver, when stressed rarely falls on cash just to avoid appearing materialistic. This further confirms that the nature of the exchange of gifts is predominantly psychological.…
Valentine's Day is filled with so many pressures. The pressure to classify personal relationships, pressure to be intimate, pressure to go out to dinner and of course to spend money. While reading this article will do nothing to eliminate these pressures, I will certainly hope that you will feel more at ease about the upcoming holiday.
Flowers are quite beautiful and a pleasure to receive. But if sending a bouquet of flowers is not in your budget this year, consider taking your loved one to a beautiful botanical garden. Some gardens are absolutely free and others have free admission on certain days or hours of the week. Just check your local listings and websites for details. Alternately, you can give your sweetheart a "save the date" coupon to plant your own personal garden in the spring. This option can be personalized to include favorite plants or flowers, favorite colors for thecoming blooms and even herbs are an option. One can spend a small fortune on a vase of flowers that may only last a week or a take some time and create a memory that will last way beyond Valentines.
Ok, I love chocolate just as much as the next person. But if a fancy box of confections is not in your budget then I have a simple solution. Go to the grocery store and buy a box of cake mix and some icing and make your own "chocolately" treat. I have seen cake mixes for just under a dollar at times. I guarantee your loved one will appreciate the effort. If you want to be even more romantic, consider baking the cake together. A romantic interlude may be in your immediate future if you include some sexy lingerie in that baking class. However, if baking is not part of your DNA then here is another option: go to a candy store and pick up some of your sweetheart's nostalgic favorites. They will be elated when they open a bag filled with sweet goodies that are sometimes hard to find.
Most holidays are surrounded by some type of food as part of the celebration. For Valentine's Day, confectionaries and fancy dinners are all the rage. But instead of trying to get a table at a stuffy restaurant with hundreds of other love birds, try cooking a special candle lit dinner at home instead. A simple internet search will produce several recipes to choose from. Some websites even allow you to search the recipe database, based on ingredients. Thus, you can customize your romantic meal according to what you have on hand.
Perfume and Card
Still searching for the right card for your loved one? How about writing a letter? A lost art form I know, but so impactful. Nothing says I love you like a letter from the heart. No one can say your words better than you can. Too make it extra personal you can put some of your perfume or cologne on the paper so …
I'm often asked by clients if they should go gray or not. The question comes down to you. If you are willing to invest the time and money in keeping your hair colored and cut regularly to cover the gray, then go for it. However, if you know you are the type of person who can not be bothered seeing your colorist for two hours every 5 weeks, then you should think about going gray. If you've decided you are ready to embrace your gray like Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep, or Judi Dench, then follow these tips to make sure you stay chic with your new do.
Keep your hair healthy
When hair is gray it has a tendency to look dry and brittle. Keep it silky and sultry with regular deep conditioning. When hair is healthy it keeps its shape, looks better longer, and keeps you feeling beautiful throughout the day. Silver is sexy, so make sure your hair makes people want to touch it because it is so healthy.
Get an interesting cut
Gray hair tends to make you invisible if you have a boring cut. With a great cut you demand attention. Try an asymmetric cut or a blunt bob to stop people dead in their tracks. A great way to see what styles look best on you is to visit a wig store. Once there, you can let your imagination run wild with any style you like. I also suggest taking photos of yourself in wigs that you like in order to show your hairdresser and help in the transformation process.
Up your make up
Gray lightens your natural coloring, so it is important to up your make up once you have gone gray. Foundation is key, as eyes that pop and a little more blush. If you are not used to wearing much make up, this may feel like too much, but you will see that once you start creating more drama with your make up you will increase your presence and perception to others.
By following these quick tips, gray hair can be sexy. They key is not to let everything else go along with your hair color. Gray hair still requires maintenance, a good cut, and more make up to pull off successfully. Do not be afraid to gray. The sooner you embrace it, the sooner you will be able to channel your inner Helen Mirren or Meryl Streep and be that sexy, silver, starlet. …
It looks like every time I walk into a really nice home I am sooner or later confronted by one of the hot new trends in interior design: large wall clocks. They are everywhere! And there's a good reason why: they add a real magnificence to any home in which they appear. I am seriously becoming a big fan of this take on the typical smaller or medium-sized version. Go big, that's what I say.
The first thing you need to consider if you want to emulate this design trend is if you even have the room to do it. You really only need one thing: a big empty space on a wall. That is all you will need. (And a little cash.) If you are very stylistically inclined then you might be able to kind of wedge a large wall clock in next to some other things on the wall such as photographs or paintings, or even light switches and TV's. But most people will probably prefer to play it a bit safer and have some space on either side of the clock.
Most people agree that large wall clocks should be classified as being at least two feet wide. This alone is quite big, approximately a third the height of a human. But you may even want a larger one than this. If so, I applaud you. Just make sure you have the wall space and do your measurements before you make the purchase. A lot of us are not exactly intuitive when it comes to making visual approximations on measurements. (By the way, two feet equals about 0.60 meters.)
No one can really deny the magnificence of these items. They are a great way to really do something with a big wall. Rare is the person who can make an empty wall look good without doing anything to it. You really bought to make use of this space to show something off. Large wall clocks are a new and modern way to do this. Also, no one will ever forget what time it is! It sort of has the effect of minimizing the consciousness of time in a paradoxical way. It parodies time and our obsession with it. But beyond this it tells everyone who walks into your home that you do things in a big way and you are not afraid to take chances. This is an impression that I think most of us would like to make on our guests and visitors. (It also tells people you are a bit wealthy.)
So that is my little spiel about large wall clocks and how I have become a big fan of them. I suppose not everyone will echo my thoughts, but I just think they are great. The other side of things is that if you take this plunge you will probably want to (at least over time) re-emphasize everything else that is within a vision of the clock. It would be a mistake to have …