Creating gifts using images of your own is something which we’d probably all like to think about doing but look upon as being the preserve of people lucky enough to be artistically gifted and to have access to the proper equipment and technology. Artists, for example, or people with printing expertise have always been in a position to turn their hand to creating items which are wholly personal in nature and thus especially touching for those on the receiving end.
Making greeting cards, for example, is an excellent way of hammering home the message of just how much you genuinely care for the person you’re giving the card to. Think back over all of the cards you’ve received in your life – birthday cards, Christmas cards or those intended to celebrate specific life events such as university graduation – and, whilst the sentiment is always to be valued, the chances are that the actual imagery used has probably been long forgotten.
Personalised greeting cards are something entirely different. They combine the personal input of a hand written, individually selected card with the use of an image which is genuinely unique, and chosen especially with the recipient in mind. As stated, in the past, creating something like this would have been open to skilled artists and crafts people, but modern technology means that absolutely anyone can now make the same fantastic gesture.
Creating cards using your own photographs has been made incredibly simple through the application of digital technology. Suppose, for example, that you want to send Easter greetings cards which capture the essence of your family and the way in which you celebrate this special time of year. Doing so has been reduced to a handful of extremely simple steps. Initially, all that you have to do is select the image of yours which you wish to use – it may be a beloved family snapshot, or a nature picture which captures the onset of spring, the choice is yours and yours entirely, such is the flexibility of digital technology.
Once you’ve made your choice you merely have to upload the image in question to the specially designed website and then utilise the software provided to plan the size, shape and layout of your card. No skill or expertise is required, and the finished product will be printed onto the highest quality of card, resulting in something which is more than a match for those on the shelves of high street retailers.
It doesn’t end with cards, however. The same principles can be applied on a larger scale to create bespoke photo books. A photo book built around your own images will work like the old fashioned photo albums but with a vital difference – it will be professionally printed and put together as a luxury, high quality item.
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