I know it’s not even Halloween, but while I was in Target the other day I noticed in the corner of the store they had already started putting out the Christmas ornaments and lights. Really? October? But it got me thinking I guess I should get a post going and start prepping for the season. A few people have emailed me wanting to know if I do Holiday Cards. Well…I really don’t. They take a while to design, it’s not a one size fits all operation, and over the years I have found it’s a bit more trouble than it’s worth! SO…this year I am going to try something different.
This year, I am going to hold two days open for mini sessions, shoots will be about 15-30 minutes, you’ll get a choice of 3-5 images to choose from online. The image you choose will be put in an ornament of your choice (see below for choices), and then a high res and low res image will be provided for download so you can create your own Holiday Cards! How easy is that? Now you have the option of making your own or using one of the 1000’s of services out there that have endless designs. Now everyone can get what they want. (suggestions of places that have awesome cards will be provided)
Dates available are Sunday, November 6th and Saturday, November 12th. I can do one on the eastside and one in the Seattle area, probably West Seattle. Email me for more information at email@example.com. Cost for session + ornament + digital files (low and high res of your choice) – $250 + tax*.
Photo measuring: 7/8″ round. Pewter ornament. Ivory ribbon included. Completely waterproof.
Photo measuring: 1-1/4″w x 1-3/4″h. Pewter ornament. Completely waterproof. Ivory ribbon included.
Photo measuring: 1-3/4″w x 1-1/4″h. Pewter ornament. Completely waterproof. Ivory ribbon included.
Photo measuring: 1″ round. Pewter ornament. Completely waterproof. Ivory ribbon included.
* If you aren’t the ornament kind of person, you have the option to swap out the ornament for one additional digital file.
(2 digital files = $400 value)! Sah-weet!
If you know friends or anyone looking for something special this holiday, please spread the word and share this post! Thanks!