Like you, our team will share most of our holiday cheer from a distance this year. But that doesn’t mean this year’s celebrations should feel less than. In fact, we’ve been busy creating a few surprises to make the holidays unforgettable for you and your loved ones, near & far. And what better way to start spreading the cheer than with new holiday card designs!Read More “Holiday Cards To Help You Spread a Little Holiday Cheer This Year”
Your friends here at Pinhole Press have been cooped up for months. But it’s been a great excuse to dream up new ways to spread smiles throughout the holiday season. And we couldn’t wait another day to share some of our favorites with you!Read More “New Gifts for A New Season of Giving”
“They grow up so fast!” isn’t just a cliche, it’s a reality; especially in the first year of a baby’s life. So many changes happen in the 12 months after a little one makes their debut, from rolling over, to army crawling, to walking. Document every monthly growth spurt with the help of these creative, month by month photo ideas that have taken the internet by storm; and when you’re done collecting photos, make them into a memorable keepsake with the help of our Baby’s First Year Board Book.
If you’re anything like me, you had some big goals for this year, but you’re having some trouble getting things organized. Not to worry- Pinhole Press has got you covered!
Life is such a blessing and I make a point to have ours documented as often as I can. I had been wanting to do something fun with our family photos so that the kids would be able to enjoy them too. Stumbling upon Pinhole Press and their ABC book got me all excited!
You grab the kids, stumble into the school carrying various lunches, backpacks and science projects. You rush into the classroom plopping down your child’s things only to see their classmates handing the teacher various thank you gifts and bags. Is it Teacher Appreciation Day already? Now what?
Mikaela Mannes, a 23 year old native of Michigan, has always had a creative spark in her soul.
Originally a California girl, Bonnie Dain has become nothing short of an artist, world-traveler. Falling in love with fashion and art at a young age, design seemed to be a natural fit for her.
The first thing to know about Sarah Selby is that she’d rather you didn’t call her by her first name. “Too many Sarahs out there,” she says. “I prefer to go only by my last name, Selby or Selbs.” Selby is a New England native who grew up in White River Junction, VT and went to college in New Hampshire at Keene State, where she earned her BFA in graphic design.
Selby’s inspiration for her work comes from many sources.