Do you take pictures and post them online? If you have a blog or website or online store you probably already know that it’s a good idea to make your pictures look as professional as possible. That’s not always easy, however, for amateur photographers or folks on a budget.
My husband is what I call “Ikea handy” – good natured about the whole DIY thing, but don’t make it too time consuming. With that in mind, I wanted to find a cheap, effective and simple light box design we (and by that I mean HE) could make. And I believe I’ve found it. With nothing more than foam core board, bristol board, some heavy duty tape, a ruler and a sharp exacto you can have yourself a light box. Presto, professional pics for less than $50.
Here’s the link to the video I found. Let me know if you make one and we can compare notes!
I made this canvas for a family member for Christmas. Happy to say he loved it! I’m lying low for the holidays, so no more posts from me until January. Well, maybe one. I do have a Design Memory Craft post coming out next week! Need a rest and time to create more art to share. Merry Christmas to you!
I have a new post up on the Design Memory Craft blog today! I created some seriously fun Christmas tags with a twist!
Here’s a sneak peek. Head on over to the Design Memory Craft blog for the full post and lots more pics. You may even recognize yourself while you’re there! If you have an extra moment, I’d love it if you’d leave me a comment after you’re read my post!
Uncle Peter celebrated turning 80 years young on Monday. I started out making him a card and ended up channeling Mr. Darcy and was inspired to include Auntie Marion and Charlie in the piece. This is how it turned out: