I am always looking for new, different or better products to offer my clients and recently became aware of the album I’m blogging about now. I currently offer an 8×8 and 10×10 album but wanted a smaller option… I ran across a different album company that offers a 6×6 that was perfect!
It has different qualities than the two larger albums so in a way, it’s a product of it’s own. Instead of the pages being printed on “photo paper”, it’s printed on art papers: watercolor, linen, pearl and art recycled (a beautiful paper made from 100% recycled content for all the earth conscious folks out there). Thus the name: art album. The cover material is linen that comes in a variety of colors BUT you can upgrade to this beautiful custom designed metallic material (see images below). It’s way cool.
The pages are sturdy instead of being like magazine pages. They’re very sturdy.
And of course each album is custom designed by me to best tell your story and display your images.
Amanda is excited to start offering framing! She just ordered a beautiful variety of samples and is ready to show them off! She’ll be offering a fall special on framing so keep an eye out! More info to come.
Many hours in the works, I finally finished Hudson’s album that encompasses the first 18 months of his life. From the hospital to the big boy bed, my little boy is growing up! I’ve been needing to create a sample album for clients to see just how beautiful and AMAZING my albums are. So, of course, what better subject than my little Hudson for my sample album 🙂 My 5×5 & 8×8 albums are a much simpler design, but my 10×10 albums have a more unique, special look to them that perfectly compliments your most beloved images.
I’m always looking for new products to carry. I was given some tile magnets similar to this (except not with a picture on it) for a gift and came up with this idea. I’m so excited! I already know what the grandparents are getting for Christmas this year! One set of four is $40. Order a second set for only $20. And check out the fun little tin they come in. Wrap it with a bow and it’s ready to go!
I should’ve taken a picture of them next to a quarter so you could see their comparable size. They’re a little under one square inch.
I might be as excited about the tin as I am about the magnets:)
And here they are on my fridge (I, of course, shoved all the other junk aside so it looked like I have a nice and uncluttered fridge).