More Photo Gift Ideas for the Holidays
Last week I talked about my top 5 photo gift ideasâ€¦ but keeping it to 5 was tough! So here are 5 moreâ€¦
Remember, as I said last week, if youâ€™re using photos of your own kids, think about gifts you can create for spouses, grandparents, and your kids themselves. For friends and relatives, think about creating gifts featuring photos you have taken of their kids.
5 more fabulous photo gifts
Grandparents love photo albums. Â Give your mother-in-law a beautiful book she can show off to all her friends and youâ€™ll be golden, at least for a few months!
Rag & Bone Bindery Accordion Book Nesting Dolls
I prefer albums where the photos arenâ€™t behind plastic, at least for gifts. Check out Rag and Bone Binderyâ€™s accordion albums (they come with photo mounts to make it extra easy for you!). Â Iâ€™ve given these as gifts to the entire extended family, each familyâ€™s album featuring mostly them of course, with the grandparent versions featuring all the grandkids equally!
If youâ€™re an Instagram addict, or simply like square photos, check out Rag and Boneâ€™s Instagram albums.
Or choose a small album and mount one 5Ă—7 per page.
I get so many compliments on my Uncommon iPhone case. Â If you donâ€™t already have one, you should definitely get one for yourself. Â They also make great gifts, especially for spouses or grandparents.
You can also buy gift certificates for family and friends that you may not know well enough to feel comfortable picking a photo and designing a case for.
I like the Pinhole Press playdate notebook too, especially as Liam has a whole long list of new classmates he wants to invite over.
Pinhole Press Scribble Pad
Mpix photo ornaments make great gifts for your own family or for others as an annual holiday tradition.
I plan on making one for each child each year and giving them to grandparents, too.
Beautiful Mpix photo magnets can turn a fridge into a personal art gallery! Â These are great for tucking into holiday or thank you cards as a little something extra.
Get more photo gift tips and photo project advice on the Photosanity blog!
Alethea Cheng Fitzpatrick is a family photographer and photography coach for parents with Photosanity. A former architect and interior designer, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and her two boys Liam, age six, and Jack, age three.
Alethea is on a mission to help parents more fully experience the precious fleeting moments of their childrenâ€™s lives through photography. Find her on http://photosanity.com