Photobox Review: Family Gift Ideas

I love Photobox products!

I’ve tried lots of other companies for printing a canvas, but none so good as Photobox. They might not be as cheap as some, but you really do get what you pay for, and anyway, there’s always a deal or offer available on their website.

I recently tried out a few more products I’d not seen before, particularly so I could see what kind of gifts I could make. It’s always so hard to buy for certain members of my family, but some of these ideas have made it so much easier for me. What do you think?

Collage Canvas

I cannot tell you how much I love the Photobox Collage Canvas. I’ve reviewed them in detail on the blog before, and even made a video to really show them off. If you love wall art as much as I do, and love using your own photos to create personal collages, then do check these out and have a better look. It takes about 20 minutes to pull together your favourite images, select your preferred layout, and then add in your photos. I’m so pleased with the results again, and I’ve gifted these to the Grandparents so they have a ready made collage of their grand-daughters. At the time of creating these, Photobox were running 25% off the canvases, but generally they are available from £15.99.

canvases

Wood Photo Panel

What I love most about the Photobox range, is the innovative and interesting products available. There’s so much more than simply a canvas or a set of prints. For example, I love this Wood Photo Panel which again, I’ve made into something for the grandparents to enjoy. There’s no need to get your image printed and then hunt around for a frame. Photobox will print your favourite picture into the wooden photo panel for ready made mantlepiece decor. It’s so cool, and really quite different. Ideal for any kind of decor too. The Wood Photo Panel sells from £14.99.

 

Wood panel

 

Photobox Keyring

You know it’s simple and inexpensive but such a lovely little touch. The Photobox pack of 3 keyrings retails from just £5.15, and they’re a great stocking filler, or an extra little gift. I tried these out and filled them with a picture of the children with their Grandparents, and sent them to my Dad. His last one was years old, and so he’s thrilled to pieces to have an up to date image in the keyring that he can hang on his Golf Bag!

Clear Acrylic Sandwich Block

This is something I’d been wanting to try for some time. I love the modern, minimal appearance and the solid, quality looking product it appears to be. I wasn’t disappointed. I wanted some more flower photos in the lounge to complement the Photobox box frames I had made a few months ago, and so chose some yellow flowers from last summer. The Clear Acrylic Sandwich block is currently listed on the Photobox website from £31.99.

Acrylic frame

Mantlepiece

 

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1 Comment

  1. June 4, 2014 / 2:18 pm

    Love these photo gift ideas…I’d never thought of a collage canvas as a gift as you tend to just have one photo canvas which makes it harder to choose one particular photo that you love. Great idea- will check out some products for Fathers Day! x

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