ZaZa Gallery Photos on Canvas

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I found ZaZa Gallery awhile back when I started following them on Twitter (@PhotoCanvas).  Recently they tweeted a special coupon for 20% off until the end of the month using promo code “JUNE” so I wanted to share!  To me, photos turned into canvas art for your walls, is just about the coolest way to personalize your living space.

I recently did a ZaZa Gallery canvas of this beautiful photo, one of my ALL TIME favorites by Kristin Eldridge, taken when Morgan was about 4 weeks old.   It is one of my most treasured pieces of decor.

There is nothing I would rather look at on my wall than the faces of my children!

The quality is absolutely fabulous, crisp and clear, and I was just thoroughly impressed with the product, especially for the price.  8 x 10’s start at $25, click HERE for their pricing.  And, it is so easy, you just upload your file online. Love the idea of making your family into pieces of art!

{Disclosure: I received my canvas for free in a special Twitter promotion for bloggers, but this is in no way a compensated post. I was honestly, thoroughly impressed with the quality, I know you will be too!}

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Dear Sweet Child Letter Box

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Today is my daughter’s 4th birthday.  I don’t know if this is normal, but every year on her birthday I get very emotional and sentimental!  The day she was born was a day that changed my entire life.  And, one of the three best days of my life.  I never knew such a love existed before I had kids.   Or, such joy.

I am starting a tradition today that a family member shared with me.  When she told me about it a few months back, it made me get teary-eyed because it is so sentimental and special!  

It is called “Dear Sweet Child Letter Box” by a company called Once Upon a Family. Most places sold it for around $58.  I Googled it and ended up buying it on this site because orders over $50 get free shipping.

I just received it yesterday.  It is a pretty box with 21 ivory booklets inside.  On the night of your child’s birthday, you are to write them a letter about the past year.  Funny memories, special things they did, your feelings about them and what they mean to you.  On the outside there is a space for a photo.  I plan to put a photo in of my girls on the day of their birthday each year.

Then, when they are turning 21 years old (gulp), you have this as a surprise gift to give to them, and they will have 21 years of memories to cherish.   It makes me cry now as I type this because I think it is the most beautiful tradition.  And I get to start with my first one tonight!

Of course, you don’t need this box to do this, you can always write your own letters each year and include them in your own box.  I just loved the pretty ivory booklet and the space for their photo. 

So, that is my fun idea to pass on.   Now I have to get ready for our little celebration!  Happy weekend everyone!   See you back on Monday!

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