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As we enter advent, there's still time to create personalized Christmas gifts for friends and family, and to create your own Christmas cards! No doubt you're really proud of your little ones, and what better way of showing the children off to your family than to send photo cards out for Christmas? While you can photograph your kids and have them appear on the cards you send, you can also photograph or scan their original artwork and use that instead.
Personalized photo gifts were available long before digital photography, but recent printing technology has expanded the array of items that can be personalised. Vistaprint, Snapfish and Moo are just some of the many companies that have joined the print revolution to offer low cost, custom print runs for Christmas cards and other gifts. If they don't have the products that you want, just 'Google' for 'photo product', replacing 'product' with whatever you want (eg. 'photo bag', and you'll quickly find lots of suppliers to choose from.
Remember that whenever you have the option to upload a photo to customize a product, you can also upload a scan or photo of your children's own artwork!
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