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Your Instagram pictures on marshmallows

Tweet One of the vexing things about Instagram is that you take all these GOR-geous pics and while you can share them hither and yon online, it’s harder to get them into the real world. Now you can not only get them into the real world, you can get them floating in your hot chocolate or melting in your mouth. Boomf is a UK company that will print your Instagram photos on marshmallows. And they’re...

Silent Sunday

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Photo Friday: Roundabout in Cadaques

TweetThis past week my daughter and I traveled to Costa Brava on a press trip to explore the region. One of the places we visited was Cadaques, a former fishing village in Northeast Spain, Catalonia. Salvador Dali often visited the city during is childhood, and you can easily see why. It’s absolutely gorgeous, with a shingle beach in the middle of town and cobbled streets that wind up the hills. The day we...

Silent Sunday

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Silent Sunday

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Silent Sunday: 2 Dec 2012

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Photo Friday: My first home improvement project

TweetThis is my second week to join Photo Friday, hosted by DeliciousBaby.com. This is also the week that I’ve had my first big home improvement project, commissioned and overseen entirely by me. I used to think Americans loved home improvement. Then I moved here. In the UK, doing up one’s house is a second job for most of the women I know. One friend had bought, fixed up, and sold several houses while...

How to make and print your own advent calendar

TweetInstead of the usual store-bought advent calendar with chocolate in it, I decided to make a personalised one this year featuring pictures of the family and past Christmases. I did this for the Kodak #printerprojects Christmas challenge – post a picture for the Linky challenge and you could win a camera or a printer package. There’s still time to take part if you enter today! This video describes...

Silent Sunday

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How to display travel pictures: the Big App

TweetThere’s nothing quite like travelling to a new and exotic place, capturing it on film or in bytes, adding it to the 1,768 pictures on your computer and never seeing it again. Or you finally get around to putting it up, then reconsider. Witness: When I first took this picture of a vintage petrol pump in Hico, Texas, I really liked it. I had it printed poster size and framed it. Now, several years later, I...

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