Mother’s day is fast approaching, and what better way to show your love and appreciation then sending a personalised card specially created for Mum. We’re excited to share some of our favourite Mother’s Day card designs to help get you inspired.
Blooming with botanical prints, burlap-inspired backgrounds, and clean title pages, this beautiful ‘Magic Mum’ photo book is perfect for celebrating all the magic that Mum brings to your life. Gift one to your mum featuring all the siblings, relatives, grand-cuties, and fluffy family members. Photos that are silly, sweet, serious, and straight-up ’70s will bring Mum all sorts of joy/nostalgia/love. If you’re Mum and want to be surprised, forward this to your family and don’t read any further!
Let’s be real – every single day should be Mother’s Day. But today in particular you have the opportunity to showcase your love and appreciation for the strong, caring, always-there-for-you ladies in your life. This year, honour them with a personalised token of gratitude: a photo mug that’s just as great as they are.
Roll up your sleeves – it’s time to DIY! Tish Reyes, our Site Producer and all-around creative superstar, joins us on the blog today to share a darling personalised calendar DIY she created to keep her little social butterfly’s activities all in one place.
Discover how to take wonderful wintertime photos by using correct camera settings and these tips and tricks for snowy fun.
Set your white balance
When your camera “sees” snow, its bright white colour can throw off the white balance. The results will be a photo that looks too dark or bluish in tone. Some cameras have a snow shooting mode, to compensate for snow and lighting conditions.
For those without, use your camera’s manual controls to adjust white balance until the snow’s colour is accurate. Watch your camera’s screen adjust until the snow looks white.