Gifts from Sunday



Every year at Christmas time, I like to include a few gifts under the tree that are either homemade or have sentimental meaning. As I’m a fan of crafting, the homemade part is never a chore – and a gift with meaning for people like my parents is pretty easy now that there are grandkids in the family.

It was with perfect timing that Officeworks invited me to try out the Kodak Picture Kiosk, which you’ll find in all stores (the little yellow photo stations you may have seen), and online. You can create so many things through the kiosk – from fancy printed photo-books, photos on canvas, to personalised coffee mugs. I was originally just going to print some photographs from the recent family shoot with Gui Jorge, but I decided to have some fun and also ordered coasters with photos of Sunday’s recent paintings. I chose to visit in-store, but you can also simply transfer the photos you’d like to use from your Facebook and Instagram account to your smartphone, connect to the Kodak Picture Kiosk via the Kodak Connect App through Wi-Fi and away you go.

The process was also very easy in store. I simply snapped photos of the art on my phone at home, added the files to a USB that I then loaded on to a self-serve kiosk at Officeworks. My order had been placed within minutes, and the metal coasters were ready for collection a few days later. I’m so happy with how they turned out. I wrapped the gifts with one of Sunday’s original paintings and voila! Sunday has her very own gifts to give to her loved ones on Christmas Day. Note: I ordered four sets of coasters (RRP $29.95 each), and split the selection up so each recipient ends up with a mixed set of Sunday’s paintings.

For more inspiration, check out this video on creative Christmas gifting produced by Officeworks or join in the conversation on social media via #creativechristmas.

I hope you are all having great week,

Briar x


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