I published a calender using photos I took last year in my kitchen, and the snapfish service.
The paper is thick and shiny, quite good quality. I had a coupon so it was just over $20 delivered to our local chemist. They often have specials on different things (just like Briscoes!) and you can sign up for their mailing list. You can make a 12 or 18 month calender, starting with any month.
I wish there was more than one option for the calender part on the bottom half, it would be nice to have something a little 'lighter'.
I enjoyed choosing and positioning my photos. Then I went through and added captions. They've got several to choose from and I chose this one that looks a little like it's been handwritten.
It fills this gap in my kitchen quite nicely. Now I've just got to fill those holes in the other wall!
I'm Jessicah and I craft in Papapkura, New Zealand. I try my hand at just about anything in the realm of fibre, fabric and food. Expect sewing, knitting and spinning, quilting embroidery and cooking!
We have just purchased our first home, and are working hard fixing it up. I will be posting lots of before and after shots as we learn some new skills, and make our mark on the house.
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