It is amazing to think how far taking photos has come just in my lifetime. Gone are the days of only having 32 photos available to take on your camera. Of having to take the film to be developed and the costs associated with it. Hoping that every photo taken is picture perfect. The digital world has changed how we take photos forever. Photo opportunities are endless. Helped by the fact that there are no limits on the number of photos you can take. At this moment in time, I have over 52,000 photos on my hard drive. 52,000 moments that I felt were important to capture over the last ten years of my life. How do I remember and showcase these moments? I don’t! TRUPRINT want to encourage us to share our Moments That Matter. They offered me one of their
TRUPRINT want us to think about all the moments that matter to us. We capture our big moments and our small moments. We also capture moments that might not feel momentous at the time. But all these moments create us. These moments shouldn’t just be sitting on hard drives or smartphones. We should be displaying them to the world. Proudly displaying our #MomentsThatMatter.
Personalised Photo Blankets From TRUPRINT
There are many different gift options available from TRUPRINT. I love the idea of
There are lots of preset designs to choose from on the TRUPRINT website. You just need to select the photos you want to use. It was actually really hard to decide which photo moments I wanted to place on our blanket. Thankfully I got there in the end after a few different design attempts.
It was important for me to include a family photo on our
Another photo I love from our recent trip to Walt Disney World is the photo taken of the children at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. Another dream of mine was to see Cinderella’s Castle dressed in Christmas lights. This was the only time we saw it, it was the last night of our trip and the children posed for this photo wonderfully!
I added a photo I took during our recent trip to the pumpkin patch. I was able to capture another great photo of our children whilst we were there.
The last two photos I added to our
I captured Little E when we visited Jimmy’s Farm during the October half term. We had just eaten lunch sitting in the sun. Little E was happily chatting away and I caught her just at the right moment.