Over the next few months follow hashtag #12PrintsProject for social shares from seven Canadian parenting, design, and lifestyle bloggers – one being moi! Each of us have been posting photographs that speak to our heart, each print tells a story and we are sharing our stories with you. These prints will be printed by Canada’s Photo Art Experts, Posterjack! This is my 10th #12PrintsProject from my twelve part series.
- Friends Forever Playroom Wood Print
- Framed By Nature & PosterJack
- Stopping Time With A Metal Print
- Birthday Party Memories Forever: Peel and Stick Wall Decals
- Breathtaking Sunset On The Shores of Wasaga Beach
- Visual Your Memories to Feed Your Soul
- Reminding Us All That Determination and Practice Win
- Mindful Reminder Only A Glance Away
- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Belly Laughs At All Ages
If you have been following along you know fall is one of my favourite seasons of the year. I absolutely love everything pumpkin. Pumpkin muffins, pumpkin waffles, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin chili, the smell and flavour of pumpkin are comfort foods to me. The pumpkin patch is another one of my favourite things about fall.
This October, instead a huge turkey dinner we went to the pumpkin patch with my side of family. We thought this would be a new fun way to celebrate time together without the focus of food and spending too much time in the kitchen, cooking and cleaning. We found a local family farm that put on a huge fall festival and we were reminded about those deep down belly laughs you cherish as a kid.
I adore this stream of pictures that we took during Thanksgiving weekend with my side of family. We found these jumbo trikes and I have to say the adults – Grandpa and Nana included, made so many positive memories peddling around the track. We giggle together as we raced from start to finish.
We also took time to stroll through the forest hand in hand.
Gifting Photo Art
This month, I plan on ordering a few gifts from Posterjack.ca for those on my nice list. Since my family and friends frequent inRdream.com, instead of ruining the surprise, I will be sharing a few tips you can take into consideration when gifting photo art from Posterjack:
Know the recipient’s interest. Are they foodies, nature lovers? You can also shop in Posterjack’s Art Shop to find the perfect print based on their interests. As cute as he may be, I know my mother is not going to want a picture of my dog in her home. But she would love a picture of her grandchildren. I am confident that my nieces would love a peel and stick picture of themselves to stick to their wall, but they wouldn’t be interested in our Christmas card picture to display.
Keep it small. Finding a home for a smaller piece of photo art is much easier than finding a home for a huge piece of artwork. I love Posterjack’s Acrylic Blocks for gift giving. They are tiny but pack a big punch with their 3D effect.
Buy for them, not you. Do they only hang black and white? With Posterjack you can add image effects to make any of your pictures black and white, sepia tone, charcoal sketch, pop art and so much more. Do they prefer traditional, modern, or rustic decor? It is easy to fall in love with a piece based on your taste, but think of them not you. Posterjack has something for every type of decor. Canvas, framed artwork, metal prints, wood prints to name a few.
When in doubt buy a gift card. Posterjack has gift cards you can gift and let them choose their own photo art to display in their home.
Posterjack wants to know… what print did you take this month that you are most proud of?
Share your favourite photo from October on social media for the chance to win a $100 Posterjack voucher code.
Enter by sharing your favourite photo from the previous month and the story behind it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Be sure to tag @Posterjack & include the #12PrintsProject hashtag so they will see your amazing photos! A winner will be drawn at random each month. Posterjack fan contest, rules and details here.
Thank you for reading In R Dream!
“Disclosure: I am part of the #12PrintProject team
and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”