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Ideas for Christmas photography

I couldn’t be happier with the results of this year’s Christmas photography, and I've been overwhelmed with the feedback from happy customers.

I particularly love hearing how they plan to use the digital photography - from creating festive artwork for their walls and making personalised Christmas cards and gifts, to creating magical decorations for their homes.

Here’s a few things I’ve found when browsing the internet, which anyone could use to bring festive photography to life around their home:

sequin photo bauble
photo bauble

These sequin filled baubles are stunning. They feature your own little message under your mini photo.

These are on Etsy priced at £12.50

Using this, you can create your own bauble - just unscrew the top and add your favourite photo, to hang special memories using the included silver thread.

In my opinion, you can never have too many fairy lights (at Christmas). So, using this device, you could let your Christmas photography light up around your home.

Priced at £14.98 (USA retailer).

With a bit of computer wizardry, a printer and some card you can use the festive photography to create your own Christmas cards.

Or if you prefer, use online service like Funkypigeon or Moonpig.

Create your own Christmas photo Snow Globe, and bring your images to snowy-life.

Matalan is selling this 'Photo Frame Glitter Snow Globe', which you can create yourself.

Their website says 'simply pop a snap into the centre insert, shake and watch the glitter shimmer'.

I absolutely love this decoration that I found on Not on the High Street.

It uses a Polaroid style frame for the image and is finished with a sprinkling of artificial snow and encased in a glass bauble, and a hand-tied white satin bow.

Hopefully this gives you with plenty of inspiration for using your Christmas photography!

*please note that I have not used nor purchased these items, I have simply browsed online and thought that they look like great ideas. I'm sure you'll find plenty of retailers that sell similar items for different prices.

I hope you find these suggestions useful - please share any more ideas that you have or find?

Kellie x

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