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When was the last time you took your family to get a holiday picture taken? Where you as upset as I was when I discovered that I had to sell my car to get the pictures? OK maybe it wasn’t that bad, but it was ridiculously high. A lot of people can no longer afford to have these holiday memories captured. There is no reason for these prices. This is how you are going to make your money. All you need is a nice colored backdrop a camera and a printer. Set up a small studio in your garage.

Choose “Share With Specific People.” This will find any computers connected to your network that have sharing enabled. You can give them Read Only privileges or Read And Write privileges. Read and Write privileges means that other users can edit or delete your files, so be sure to only give these privileges to people that you can trust. When you share a folder, everything in that folder becomes viewable to the other parties, so be sure there isn’t anything in that folder that you don’t want them seeing. This is especially important on work computers–nobody wants to look at the vacation pictures you took at the Hawaiian nudist beach. Except for the creepy guy in sales. We won’t mention him anymore.

Entertaining and Food: Whether you are planning a big party or just a nice meal on Christmas Eve, you need to have a section that helps you track your ideas and spending. Keep a list of guests and what (if anything) they are bringing to the event. This will make it very easy to see what you need to supply to make the party all you hope it will be. If you are planning on help, be sure to contact your caterer now. Their schedules get filled very quickly this time of year.Create a shopping list of items you need and when you need them. This will make planning your trips to the grocery store more efficient. Mark any “special” shopping trips on your calendar.

Play with different photo frame sizes to create a photo series. If you are on the fence about RandomTravelpics.com or any other travel pictures website then you need to research more. Use frames in the same color but in different sizes. From there, you can create a mini photo gallery for your guests to see. The gallery could be a compilation of your childhood photos, travel pictures, or pictures from your engagement photo session.

I’m sure you’ve seen the snapshots Aunt Gertie brought back from her vacation with her husband and their children. They’re all pretty much alike. There’s the famous building, mountain or statue in the background. Standing in front of it is the smiling family.

Right at this moment I have almost fifty paper cards, ready to be mailed out, sitting on my desk. I have, personally, written little notes in each and every card, addressed them all and am just waiting on my family holiday pictures to arrive so that I can add them to the cards and mail them out. I know that each and every person that will receive a card from me will enjoy the thought I have put into my cards just as I will greatly appreciate all of the cards that I have and will be receiving during this holiday season.

While traveling, keep an eye out for beautiful panoramic views that will look stunning. A shot with a cityscape or mountainview can make a really beautiful canvas print. If a panorama shot is too long to capture in one shot, take multiple shots in multiple angles and ask your canvas printer to put it together, forming one larger landscape print.

They are 12″ x 12″ pictures that, when completed, look like they were quilted, but as the description said, there is no sewing or gluing involved. It starts out with some type of foam board with a design that is laser cut into the foam. There are numbered pattern pieces that you cut out of the material that the kit provides. You then use either a butter knife, or a quilt magic punch tool that you buy separately, and push the edges of the material into the precut sections of the design. I purchased the quilt magic tool for about four dollars in the catalog and I liked using that better than a butter knife. It was easier to use.

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