Written by Contributing Writer, Sarah Farthing
I know I seem to tirelessly plug Mpix but I just cannot get over the high quality products they offer at such reasonable prices. I care so much about family pictures, it has meant a lot to me to find a way to affordably preserve our archive of family photos. I’m not alone in my appreciation for preserving our family history in photographs- many people treasure family pictures and that’s why I am such a fan of these fun ways to give special images as gifts:
I love these fun $10 ornaments that are even cheaper if you order in greater quantities!
These photo magnets make it so easy for friends and family to put your smiling faces up on their fridge… starting at $2.95!
For under $20 ($16 if you order 3 or more!), these accordion minis are a great way to share multiple pictures without taking up a lot of space or requiring you to purchase a frame.
Perhaps my favorite are these stunning growth charts for $40 that infuse your child’s personality into the time honored tradition of charting their height through the seasons. What a fabulous keepsake these make.
That isn’t all, you will also find great prints, small clings, key chains, small soft cover books, playing cards, calendars, coffee table books, and more. Head on over to www.mpix.com and set up an account. If you care about pictures like I do, you’ll love what you find there. And just because they love how much I love them, Mpix is offering The Good Stuff Guide readers 15% off from now until December 11th! You have through Sunday to load your cart and enter the code GOODSTUFF15 at checkout for 15% off.
In all your gift shopping, don’t miss the fantastic holiday cards available from Mpix!! We ordered holiday cards from Mpix this year for the first time and I was thrilled with the cards we received. I have shopped around for years with different photo processors and I will never order anywhere else again!
I hope you all capture some wonderful images of your families this holiday season… I know I’ll have my camera ready!
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