As a family we love to make stuff, especially at Christmas time.
A few years back we made a set of table mats using our printer and our laminator. We made for mummy, grandma, granddad, Auntie T, Bob and Fifi, they were the only ones going to be there on Christmas day. They made a lovely addition to the meal table, though at the time Fifi wanted her dinner on the mat so a plate would not cover it.
We picked a picture suitable for all, something they liked and would recognise as theirs' without really needing the writing, wrote their names on the bottom and printed them out and laminated them so they would not get spoiled. As we only tend to use them at Christmas the only one I actually have here is my own one for you to see, and you will see where my twitter name comes from (yes I know its spelt wrong but its a trail over from e-bay days where I tried and tried and tried many names before I came up with one that nobody else had, and spelt correctly somebody else had it), I am a total Winnie the pooh freak.
Yes I realise there are probably copyrights on this that we shouldn't do but we weren't selling them so no harm done
So what is this all about I hear you ask? Read on and see, then feel free to join in.
I have copied this direct from Kodaks site to make sure I include all the important info
Ladies and gentlemen, start your printers. Our next challenge is here: the Christmas Photocrafts Challenge! #printerprojects
We’ve teamed up with Kodak and two fantastic craft bloggers – Maggy from Red Ted Art and Penny from the Alexander Residence – to highlight how mums and dads can use their printer and Kodak’s cheaper-than-you’d-think printer ink to create gorgeous Christmas decorations, treasured keepsakes and memorable gifts.
Post your best printer craft or photo you’d like to use in a craft to be entered to win cool prizes!
You could win one of four printer or camera packages, including:
2 x a 7.1 Hero All-in-One printer with four packs of A4 photo paper and five printer cartridges each of black and colour ink.
2 x a Kodak M5370 digital camera
To take part is simple:
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