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calendarpicWell, the calendar got away from me, and my 2013 family photobook isn’t quite done.  No huge surprise, because this time of year, I shift my focus.

To Christmas gifts.

Those of you who have attended one of my digital classes have heard this from me possibly several times.  Every year, I start by making a custom calendar for my mother-in-law that showcases pictures of my kids (because we live 2200 miles away), and includes birthday reminders for every member of the family.  After I created the first calendar a few years ago, I was always asked for another one.  In fact, my husband requires that we have one, too, just so we don’t forget anyone’s birthday.  That’s the first thing on my Christmas to-do list.

But that’s not the only thing I make. The coolest thing about ordering through the Panstoria Print Shop for the first time last year was that they offer easy to make photo ornaments.  I made one of those for my mother in law as well, which I never got to see.  So this year, my family gets one of those, too.

I’ve given mouse pads, photo panels, and many other things in the past.

Today, I am writing again because my Christmas projects are completed, uploaded and ordered.  But I didn’t want you all to miss out on doing this, too, if you want to.  It’s not too terribly hard.  I’m planning a few short videos this week to show you how easy it is.

Until then, Enjoy!

~ Deb

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