I’ve noticed a trend in social media preferences lately. When asked what their favorite platform is, it seems as even though 95% of folks respond with a resounding “Instagram!” and I have no difficulty joining in on the celebration. As a wannabe photog, it’s wonderful practice putting collectively little stylized slices of life, but it’s really all about the basic act of capturing life that makes it such a thrill. Enter: Print Studio.
Complete disclosure: This is really a single of the few brand partnerships that I went out on a limb for and pitched myself (for \$ in compensation, no significantly less). It all began when I identified out there was such a thing as a Memory Box. Soon after that occurred, I frankly couldn’t shoot the group an e mail quick adequate. Happily, they have been equally eager to collaborate and my dream of a year in pictures became a reality.
Yup. That’s right. A year’s worth of my favourite hand-picked Instagrams brought to life in a 365-page booklet. Despite the fact that I debated leaving them all in book form, I ultimately couldn’t resist the urge to tear the pages from their binding in order to come up with a literal pile of memories (don’t be concerned, this is kosher and par for the course with this product—think of it like an further thick notepad with detachable pages). The colors! The textures! The portraits, the places, the food! Even though it all probably appears like a bunch of mumble jumble to you, each and every of these squares is a moment that signifies fairly a bit to me.
But I couldn’t just quit there. Ohhhhhh no. To genuinely set the stage, I pulled my really favorite photos into a pile that will, more than the course of this new year, be set out in a location of prominence. The foundation? My new set of handmade wooden photo holders care of Rachel at The Crafted Life. Don’t the pint-sized prints appear oh-so-chic nestled in their geometric stands? I currently can’t wait to place together subsequent year’s Memory Box—Happy New Year’s Eve!
P.S. I’ve had a couple of queries pop up relating to the new site design and style that I wanted to quickly address just in case the problem is wide-spread. If you, as well, are finding it a bit of a nuisance to click to read a single post and then have to click back to the homepage and scroll down to uncover the subsequent post in the sequence, there’s an easy shortcut. Just click on the link to the subsequent post in line, which can be located at the bottom of each post to the left. You can see a screenshot with the hyperlink circled in purple right here in case you’re a visual person. Please don’t hesitate to shoot me an e-mail if you discover any other troubles with the new style!