Daily Holiday Giveaway – Up Against The Wall!

It’s a good thing to get your photos off the computer and put them out where everyone can see them.
And change them at will, easily.
Not the digital frame road because we honestly think there is a way to go on those.Oh, it’ll get there, but just not yet.
So when we saw this item, Stickr Frames, it looked to cool to pass up.

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The 8 frames arrived in a neatly folded folio. Inside were 8 vinyl frames with a mildly adhesive backing. Simple, clean, designs.

I whipped out the old Epson PictureMate (love that thing) and made some sweet 4×6 prints, super fast.

Food? Lunch? Or a friend? Yep, figured that a friend would be better to look at for an extended period of time.

You see, we like to check this stuff out BEFORE we do a recco.

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As you can see it fit into the decor nicely. That’s a SHAG piece next to it.

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Good selection of styles and sizes come in the pack.

Is this the permanent solution for displaying your finest art?
C’mon, it’s not even trying to be.
But is a fun, cool way to put up your photos and change ‘em easily.
“peel..stick…love…repeat” is the company tag line.
And they’re affordable. About $20 for 8.
Today we are giving away a pack of these to the 10th person to reply with an email at info@photoinduced.com, and put the word “Stickr” in the subject line. Add a shipping address (very important) and the 10th email we get, will be sent this pack of 8 frames.

You know, it is feeling a bit like Chrismakwanzaka…

Chris P. of Lafayette, California will be getting some excellent lighting tips from the Nikon School Creative Lighting DVD, we posted yesterday. Congratulations!

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