At Pinhole Press, we do our best to inspire smiles with photo gifts that are easy to create, and beautiful in quality and design.
Every Pinhole Press Photo Book is handcrafted with love in the USA. If your photo book doesn’t make you smile, we make it right.
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With the Super Bowl approaching faster than you can say “tailgate,” it’s time to start thinking about what really matters- the food and drinks served at your Super Bowl celebration.
Whether you’re rooting for The Green Bay Packers, The Tennesee Titans, The San Francisco 49ers, or the Kansas City Chiefs, we’ve got a mixed drink recipe that will really get the crowd buzzing.
When you’re done reading, check out our personalized coasters and custom bottle labels for your beer-loving party attendees.
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During the holiday season, there is A LOT to be excited about. Quality time with family, hearty home-cooked meals, and giving to the people we care about are all reasons to celebrate the jolliest time of year. Looking for a thoughtful present for someone on your list? Look no further than our NEW 2019 photo gifts and games!
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Growing up, my grandmother always had a camera in my face. My cousins, siblings, and I would often tease her when we would see her with her large and in charge camera, but we always flipped through the pages excitedly when she had a newly assembled photo album with our memories preserved inside. Having tangible photographs in my hands and reminiscing with my cousins and siblings has kept our childhoods alive and strengthened our familial bonds. But even more importantly, having the albums and seeing grandma put them together made us all feel so incredibly loved.
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Before you know it, the holiday season will be upon us. Soon, we’ll be making our lists and checking them twice, hitting the mall for stocking stuffers and getting ready for the latest Christmas party. I love this time of year, but it never feels like there’s enough time to get everything done and enjoy it at the same time.
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There’s nothing wrong with classic, been-there-done-that halloween costumes. Kids look absolutely adorable as witches, pumpkins, and ghosts. But sometimes, you just want to go all out and do as the perfectly crafty Pinterest mom would do. Here are our favorite finds for unique, DIY kids Halloween costumes.
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It’s that time of year! Halloween is right around the corner. My kids aren’t into scary Halloween, but they like a little bit of creepy. What is creepier than your snack looking back at you?
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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.
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Meltdowns are unpredictable. Literally any minor inconvenience can spark a stare-worthy tantrum from even the best-behaved tots. (just check out the hashtag #ReasonsMyKidIsCrying on Instagram) But how do you stop a runaway train that’s already left the station? Specifically, how does one corale a tiny maniac who is throwing themselves on the floor of the produce section? Read More “Stopping a Meltdown in Its Tracks”
Five. It’s an age where little ones aren’t quite “big kids” yet, but where the days of teetering toddler steps and binkies seem like a lightyear away. With five comes insightfulness, tears, laughter, and brutally honest sentiments. Here is the reality of spending your days with a five-year-old.
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