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  • Nicole Neeley

    Someone did viewmasters for wedding invitations.. Pretty neat! { link to the site that will put your photos into the view master format }

  • Wendy Dean

    { link to the site that will put your photos into the view master format } I can think of so many cool uses for something like this. Have a stack of these with family pictures on the coffee table (along with the view master) instead of albums. With engagement pictures on tables at a wedding. Do one a year for each kid as they grow. Etc. (I miss viewmasters! -wd)

  • shalie

    SO COOL!! this is the link to the site that will put your photos into the view master format. Funky Christmas gift idea :)

  • Melissa Butler

    Gift Idea :: Making your photos on a view master disk. Baby photo, family photo, Mission Impossible style invitation.... ( http://styleunveiled.com/wedding-blog/view-master-wedding-invitations-with-image3d.html )

  • Crysta Martell

    Viewmaster! really. great, perfect christmas gift. { link to the site below that will put your photos into the view master format }

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