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spring tips & ideas
create a gallery at home
Before you hang your photos or even choose your frames, use low-tack tape or cut out paper "frames" to get a sense of how they'll look on the wall. Arrange your photos in classic configurations – same-sized frames in a vertical or horizontal row – or make a patchwork layout with different sizes.
choose your frames
choose your prints

bring your garden inside
Frame your garden – and share it with friends – by creating photo cards, books, posters, and more, with beautiful photos from your garden. The best time for flower shots is about an hour after the sun rises, when the light is still soft, the flowers crisp, and you might find a little dew on the petals. Use your camera's "macro" mode for the best close-ups.
create cards
create a collage

spring cleaning clear out the clutter and get organized for spring
 
1. Clear your photos off your camera
2. Get your children's art together in one beautiful place
3. Make a photo book of baby's first year
4. Take photos of recipes, upload the images, and create a photo book
5. When boxing winter clothes, take a photo of the contents and tape     it to the side of the box. Now you know what's in there for next     year!


fresh ideas for easter
Go sugar-free this Easter, with treats that make kids and parents happy. Place your favorite photos on stickers, note cards, notebooks and more using our cheerful spring designs. Kids can use the notebooks as a diary or homework log.
create stickers       create a notebook