(sort of in the products we love category, but it doesn’t cost anything!)
It’s time for me to finally reveal to our readers something I’ve kept a secret for too long. It’s my favorite thing to arrive in my inbox each week (second only to your wonderful comments – I get them forwarded to me so I don’t miss a single one!). Introducing…
this is a weekly mailing with cool ideas for using all those digital photos we all take. They can say it better than I can, though….
You probably own a digital camera and you’ve probably taken a bajillion photos with it. You may have printed a few.
Well, it turns out there’s a whole world of things you can do with your photos and with your camera that nobody ever told you about. We find the most awesome photo tips, DIY projects, and gear and bring them to you.
Turn a photo into a mural at home in 5 minutes, print your friends’ faces onto cupcakes, or get a bottlecap that turns any soda bottle into a tripod… subscribe and we’ll show you how.
(caution – I had to edit this for some slight language on their site).
I have been subscribed to photojojo for about a year. Through them I have found some pretty cool things to to with my photos.
~They are the guys who showed me how to Elf Yourself for our blog’s Christmas Greeting.
~ It’s how I learned about ANIMOTO, and made these cool music videos for free!
~ I made a few of these photo journals for Christmas presents. I chose photos meaningful to the recipient, and they were well received.
Their archives are full of cool ideas. Check it out!
O.K., I think that’s the most links I’ve ever put in a post. You should thank me. That took most of my morning computer time.
I used my fiskars 12 inch paper cutter, with the blade that slices through 1 or 2 sheets at a time. It was not the quickest way to get the job done, but it worked. The pages didn't end up perfectly even, either, but that is part of the charm, I think!
I wondered…how did you cut your pages for the journals? I'm interested to do them myself and would apprectiate it if you'd share more on this.
Heh they do have a little language on there don't they. :p Thank you for the link though 🙂
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