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These Lovely Ladies are Turning #PicturesIntoPresents This Christmas. Are You?

Itโ€™s always so hard to think of gift ideas for some of your family and friends. Thereโ€™s always at least one or two who literally have everything. There are another couple who you just have absolutely zero ideas for. So why not think about turning your #PicturesIntoPresents?

Thatโ€™s exactly what weโ€™ve been advocating this year. Itโ€™s been our merry mission to get more people turning #PicturesIntoPresents, rather than buying gifts for people that they donโ€™t really want. Transforming someoneโ€™s memories into a personalised gift is something theyโ€™ll really love and can cherish for years to come.

We got a number of bloggers on board and, as part of our campaign, asked them about how theyโ€™re planning to create wonderful winter memories and turn #PicturesIntoPresents this Christmas.

Hereโ€™s a snapshot of what some of them said. Click the links below to read each of their blogs:

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Penny โ€“ Being Mrs C

โ€œIn this technical age weโ€™re more likely to flip through photos on Facebook or our phones than do that. But why stay traditional with your photo memories with a printed photo book from Truprint? Not only can it make a beautiful memory for yourself and your children, but it would also make a magical gift for a family memory or friend.โ€

Read Pennyโ€™s full blog here.

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Kate โ€“ My Family Fever

โ€œWe often use lovely wintry photos as Christmas presents, especially for our grandparents โ€“ they are always asking for up-to-date photos of the children, and I think personalised gifts are just that little bit special. This year, we are planning to order some of these personalised photo books from Truprint for many members of the family, especially those we donโ€™t get a chance to catch up with very often.โ€

Read Kateโ€™s full blog here.

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Fran โ€“ Back With a Bump

โ€œThis year I plan on picking out some special photos and having these turned into a calendar for my in-laws as I know theyโ€™d love it. Another lovely gift idea is a canvas print.โ€

Read Franโ€™s blog here.

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Amie โ€“ Credit Crunch Chic

โ€œI’ve often thought it might be nice to try and capture the seasons, or the months as they tumble through the year, in a series of photos (perhaps without me standing in all of them!) and I think something like this would make a lovely Christmas gift – either for myself, as a record of my favourite looks of the year, or a loved one, as a truly unique and bespoke gift.

I’m not the best photographer, but I think photo calendars from Truprint would be a lovely way of summing up the year that’s passed and making a great gift for the year ahead.โ€

Read Amieโ€™s blog here.

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Eilidh โ€“ Mummy and Monkeys

โ€œI love my Christmas memories and some of my favourites now are creating them with and for my children. With these 19 different ways to make Christmas memories Iโ€™m looking forward to making even more. Donโ€™t forget to take photos! Truprint have created an eBook showing how you can turn the photos of these activities into gifts to give to loved ones and make Christmas memories to keep forever.โ€

Read Eilidhโ€™s full blog here.

Get our FREE โ€˜Wonderful Winter Memoriesโ€™ eBook for a simple, three-step guide on how to turn your #PicturesIntoPresents this Christmas.

*These blog posts are collaborative posts, written by the various bloggers as part of Truprintโ€™s #PicturesIntoPresents Christmas campaign.