Gifting can be tough; especially when you need to stay within a specific price range. Sometimes, you can find the perfect gift for the people closest to you in a pinch. Other times, it’s your Dad’s birthday and you’re stuck between buying a generic gift card or a department store necktie. Neither option is ideal.Read More “Fun And Thoughtful Photo Gifts For Under $30”
You’ve had your eye on our bright, bold board books and you’re ready to customize. But you’re not quite sure which is the best fit for that kiddo in your life. We hear ya, and we’re here to help!Read More “Which Board Book Is Best For The Little One In Your Life”
Our sturdy, glossy-coated board books are a must-have for the little ones in your life. Personalizing an entire book of photos may seem like a serious undertaking, but we’re here to help!
Read along to customize your next board book with ease.Read More “How To Customize Your Pinhole Press Board Book”
If there was a fire in our house, I would grab our Pinhole Press albums.Kelle Hampton
Kelle Hampton ( @ETST on Instagram ) has been ordering Pinhole Press gifts since 2013. Before then, Kelle was known to make a stellar scrapbook to celebrate her memories. She fell in love with our gifts as a way to appreciate photos as more than 4×6 prints, and cut down on creation time. Hear from Kelle about how our photo gifts have become part of the Hampton family.Read More “How To Enjoy The Small Things with Kelle Hampton”
It’s finally here! September 23rd made it official, friends. Fall is here to stay. Well, at least until December 21st when winter solstice comes. With fall here, my sworn duty as memory keeper is documenting all of the best things about the coziest of seasons. Simplifying always works for me and having a small list with thoughtful locations and traditions helps to ensure I don’t get stressed out about taking pictures and can enjoy the moments with my family. This is a simplified list of seven photos to take of your kids this fall so you can preserve your favorite autumn memories without being overwhelmed.
Whenever autumn rolls around, I play an imaginary mental merry-go-round of determining whether it is truly my favorite season. On the one hand, it beckons the arrival of colder weather; while on the other, it seems to extend summer into a sort of colorful coziness that feels like a grand swan song. In truth, I honestly love it. Long before pumpkin spice lattes had their own acronym, my family would pilgrimage up the Rocky Mountains and take autumn hikes, surrounded by the colorful tones of pumpkin, pomegranate, and turmeric. Nowadays we take our girls apple picking and make cider donuts to celebrate the arrival of sweater weather. No matter how many autumns you’ve experienced, the season always feels ripe with possibility. So grab your scarf and a mug of tea—these 12 books are best enjoyed with company.
There’s nothing sweeter than a tiny Picasso gifting you a finger-painted masterpiece, or a classic noodle necklace. Children’s art is so much more than mindless play. Time with crayons and paints can help foster a child’s creativity, improve their fine motor skills, and more. Read on to discover the lasting impact that personalized art can have on your child’s life. Read More “The Benefits of Personalized Art for Kids”
My littlest daughter, Portia recently finished her first year of preschool! As Class Mom, I wanted to organize a very special gift for her amazing, loving, patient, magical teachers who helped her learn and grow so much this year. It isn’t easy handling a room full of two-year-olds!
Tic tac toe is one of our family’s favorite games. It’s a simple game that all of us can play with ease and is fun for even my older kiddos. With warm summer months in full swing here in Northern Michigan, our front porch has been getting a lot of extra love while we play board games and sip on lemonade. Inspired by the warmer weather and our favorite game, I created a board game version of our beloved tic tac toe with a family twist courtesy of these fun photo sticker sheets.
There’s something about oversize objects that immediately captivates people. Think giant rocking chairs or markers the size of a grown adult. When considering the scale of a book, particularly one for children, oversize books feel even bigger when they measure to be toddler size or larger. We’re not talking about big books designed specifically for a library or school storytime (think Five Little Ducks or Planting a Garden); rather, we mean books that are constructed to be enormous—and likely will often have to sit sideways on a shelf.