Monthly Archives: February 2013

Heart Shaped Photo Frame: hanging on the wall!

Unbelievably our Photo Box pictures arrived yesterday morning. We couldn’t wait to get home and put them in our love heart shaped picture frame. At first we were under the impression that some of the images would need to be cropped down carefully, for them to fit in to the photo area – as Photo Box don’t have an option for creating images to the size of 2.5 x 3.5, for example. So anyways, before we got under way with the task at hand. We arranged the photographs on the outer surface, so that we could visualise where they were going to go.

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Once we were happy with the arrangement, it was time to remove the back off our wall hanging heart shaped picture frame. Once removed, we noticed that the underneath was completely flat to the glass – so we were fortunate that the images didn’t need chopping down. We ensured that the photo’s would not slip down, once in the frame, by using sticky tape to secure them in place.

Once we were happy with the images, and had them straight, we re-attached the back of the picture frame and hung it back on our spare bedroom wall.

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So what do you think? A cute way of storing memories huh?! And we just couldn’t resist leaving ‘Rolo’ out, god bless our little Roborovski hamster.

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Love is in the air!

Hey guys, so we were out last week looking for cushions for our living room. It’s always the same, you go out with a pocket full of cash and you find ‘nothing!’ We didn’t let this stop us from spending though, and we certainly found some bargains as we shopped in our local B & M store. Check out this fantastic heart shaped white picture frame – £2.99 in the sale, what a steal!

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We decided to buy the above white picture frame to hang in our guest room. Our guest room features white and teal decor, so this was sure to add a focal point on that plain wall which the bed sits along. Isn’t it gorgeous? (Angel certainly seems to like it!)

Rather than us raid through our Kodak photo prints, we decided to use Photo Box. Photo Box is a new website which we have come across recently where you can upload your desired image and follow some self explanatory instructions to get the print of your dreams. Once you are happy with your prints, Photo Box prints them in photograph form and posts them out to your chosen address. Photo Box is cheap and very time efficient – why chew on with camera reels etc, paying for a bunch of photos to be developed when you can just select off your computer which images you want and have them printed for next to nowt, right?! Besides, if you sign up to Photo Box you get free prints – meaning you only pay for your postage, bonus!

We created our images yesterday, and already they are in the Royal Mail postage system. We can’t wait to receive them and showcase them in our brand new heart picture frame. To be continued…

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