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If you’re looking for a quick n’ crafty Christmas gift to make – either alone while you enjoy some peace and quiet, or with the kids for added noisey fun – you could think about something like this great little calendar, made by jbloomphotos.
She’s mixed more traditional scrapbooking materials with family photos, printed on MiniCards. It adds an extra personal touch, and makes for an ideal present to send in the post to family far away. If you’re really clever, you could make the MiniCards removable, so as the month ends, they could be used for bookmarks too. The beautiful ones below were made by Emmalynne
MiniCards are acid and lignin free, incidentally, …Continue reading this article…
One of the best things about working for MOO is that we’re lucky enough to have incredibly creative customers. If we’re ever stuck for inspiration all we need to do is look at the beautiful cards whizzing by in the warehouse, or the amazing store of photographs in the MOO Flickr pool.
We’ve seen designers and photographers, crafters, makers and bakers all printing with MOO – but until now, we’d never seen a StickerBook of images quite like this:
After far too long spent …Continue reading this article…
Some of the MOO Crew are a bit tired today, after staying up till the wee small hours watching the USA election results as they rolled in. Election fever has touched everyone around the globe, feelings are running high – and people are documenting how they feel everywhere. Brendan Dawes, designer, developer, author and all-round lovely chap, has found a way capture this mood.
Using the combined power of the We feel fine and MOO Api he’s created 100 Feelings felt. It pulls out the most recent 100 feelings from We feel fine, and creates 100 different MiniCards. It’s a perfect snapshot of time – each MiniCard is printed with a description or emotion on …Continue reading this article…
And so, our Caption Competition comes to a close. It’s been great fun for us over the last 12 days, hunting down photos to use and reading your captions – some made us laugh, some were kinda sweet and a fair few made us think ‘umm, what?!’ We hope you’ve had as much fun as we have, and thanks very much to everyone who’s taken part.
Next we’re going through all the captions again, to pick out the winners. We’ll be picking two captions per photo (hopefully) and announcing the winners in the blog by the end of the week. Good luck!
In the midst of the excitement of the past few weeks, we’ve also launched a brand new product – …Continue reading this article…
Today marks the twelfth (and final) day of the MOO Christmas and Holiday Cards Caption Competition.
And what a festive, fun-filled twelve days it’s been. From bacon angels to dressed up pets, and from stick reindeer to ginormous Christmas trees, we’ve had something for everyone.
Remember that you still have the whole weekend to think of your finest captions yet, so grab a cup of cocoa, put on your favourite knitted woolly jumper and feel the seasonal cheer as you think up some captions for as many of the images as you like.
The winners will be announced on 31st October (Halloween – spooky!) and the limited edition pack containing all the images with the winning captions will also be …Continue reading this article…
As we arrive at the penultimate day of the MOO Christmas and Holiday Card Caption Competition, we are beginning to feel a chill in the London air. We are starting to wear jackets and coats to stay warm and the Americans amongst us are also choosing gloves, hats, scarves and ear muffs to keep out the cold (not that I’m calling them whimps or anything!)
So this next image is particularly appropriate as we, in the Northern Hemisphere, enter winter-time.
Our eleventh photo was taken by ff137.
BIG NEWS: We have just launched Brand New Christmas and Holiday Cards! We’ll be telling you lots more about this exciting new product in a couple of days, but wanted you guys to be the amongst the first to know.
And now back to the MOO Christmas and Holiday Card Caption Competition.
Whether you are gearing up to celebrate Christmas or Chanukah or any other upcoming festival, this next image will make a lovely wintery and seasonal Greeting Card.
Our tenth photo was taken by estoril.
How beautiful is that little fella?
Very much like Christmas itself, we are counting down the days until the end of the MOO Christmas and Holiday Card Caption Competition, and the announcement, next week, of our winners!
Make sure you have had a go at coming up with a caption, on any of the photos we’ve included so far.
If none of the cutesy animals have got your creative juices flowing, perhaps this impressive Christmas Tree will…
Our ninth photo was taken by Iain Farrell.
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