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Photography Ideas

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Photography Ideas

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cute baby's first christmas pic - Lexi will be so small, I wonder if she would fit into one of those giant stockings like my mom gets from YCME every year?

Simple, modern first birthday for Owen from Shannon Michele Photography | 100 Layer Cakelet

100 Layer Cakelet

Transfer your favorite pictures directly onto wood. Vintage picture prints on rustic wood could make for a great Christmas present.

Photo Wood Transfer - tutorial

Baby girl wearing crown. Princess baby photo. Newborn photography. Cute baby pose idea.

This is perfect

Silhouette Photography Inspiration #photo #tips #family

Family Silhouette Inspiration

adorable idea for pictures each month

Happy 1st birthday Lucien! - Famille Summerbelle

Daddy and baby. Love it.

Inventive baby announcement /


Cute as a button! We embellished the back of this 8" x 6" shadow box frame with scrapbook paper and jute ribbon. Then we mounted the photo on two kinds of cardstock—the lacy border was made with a paper punch, and 3D adhesive makes the picture pop. Finishing touches: metal clip and metal nameplate.

HobbyLobby Projects - The Art of Display

one year old photo shoot, fun idea newborn picture with each years photo shoot

This is a nice way for kids to do thank you notes - but once they can write themselves, they should do the writing.

Personalized Thank-You Card


photo of the day « Spearmint Baby

Adorable photo for a flower girl. Love this!

Posing tips on this website are clear and concise.

Awesome idea! The Leading Eat Paint Learn Site on the Net

Pic before walking down the aisle

Oh my goooodness!!!

Pop Out Picture. You just need multiple copies of the same photograph, some scissors, adhesive dots, and a shadowbox frame to make this cute gift.

Psalm 61:2

Love the idea of dad lifting baby in the air and capturing the picture from underneath.

Just print off any picture, spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Coat the wood with Mod Podge and lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then seal the photo with another layer of Mod Podge. Screw-in and paint eye hooks and hang with a pretty ribbon. Voila!