I’m one of those diehards (or gluttons for punishment) who still orders hard copies of digital photos so that I can shove them into a photo album. I’ve used Snapfish for years for these prints, including last month’s order of 1,370 prints. (No, that’s not a typo).
Long-time favorite, Frecklebox
offers playful and personalized puzzles (above) and notebooks now available
at Snapfish too. Need a super affordable birthday gift for the next five
classmates’ parties this month? I’m pretty sure any kid would be
thrilled to see their name front and center on one of these.
I’m pretty certain my niece will flip for this personalized map from Kidlandia. Printed on photo paper, they depict a fictional island named for your child, with themes like “Play Paradise” or “Serenity Island,” and names of family, friends, and beloved activities peppered in. (Think towns like Gymnastics Village and MommyTown.) The islands are populated with cutesy cartoon-ish characters, but I find that way preferable to the Spongebob island option.
I’ve loved mama-of-four Margo Redfern’s incredible personalized storybook company, Flattenme,
ever since I saw review on Cool Mom Picks way back in ’07. Now on
Snapfish, her fanciful illustrations have been turned into
large colorful posters featuring your fave kiddo as a
superhero, trapeze artist, fairy and more. I love that their artists
will match the hands and feet in a picture to your child’s facial skin
tone, and that they will individually work with each photograph to make
sure it fits perfectly in the photo.