Monday, May 23, 2016

Personalized Photo Gifts Made Easy at | #collagecom

Do you have friends and family members who will be graduating from high school or college this year? Aside from all the parties and celebrations, I’m sure that you’re also looking forward to giving them gifts that will help express how proud you are of their accomplishments. While there may be a number of gift items that may be available in the market today, you want your gift to something that is unique and special.
The Ultimate Graduation Gift Guide at offers a wide array of personalized gift items that your graduates will surely appreciate. Their Woven Blankets feature tightly woven fibers and are edged with decorative tasseled fringe. Their graduation gift guide also includes fleece photo blankets, Sherpa blankets, cards, mugs, photo books, canvases, posters, and table runners. These personalized gift items are made of high quality materials so you can be sure that you will be giving your graduates the best gifts that will last for a long time.
Check out this gorgeous 50x60 woven blanket that I created on for my daughter! This woven blanket is made of  high quality woven 100% microfiber and edged with a decorative tasselled fringe. Not to mention, it's machine-washable too.
This warm blanket can be easily customized with photos from your phone, computer, Facebook, Instagram, or’s historical photo archive. You can also add stylish patterns and designs with our Pattern Builder tool. I'm sure that my daughter will cherish this cozy woven blanket for years to come.
I'm very pleased with the quality as I was pretty nervous with the photo collage part. Surprisingly it turned out beyond my expectation. So why not create unique photo gifts with your favorite photos and turn great moments into memories with Like them on Facebook for updates and promotions. 

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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Cultural Project

Daughter's last school project for this year was about "Cultural Project". She was very ecstatic because she already know what country she's going to showcase in class. So I helped her a little bit and gathered all the information together. Good thing I found some souvenirs from the Philippines in my closet. She wore one of the tribal clothing in the Philippines. The outfit may not be authentic but it's the closest I could find. The jewelries however are authentic. 
Here's how she started her presentation:
"Hello everybody! My name is Akesha Dias. My cultural project is about the Philippines. I chose this country because my mom is originally from the Philippines and I am half Filipino......"

Friday, May 20, 2016

Digital Media Academy Summer Camp | #CreateTheNext

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Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more.

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