Ever with you had a hard copy of that great Instagram photo you just took? Well, now you can with this cool app!
PostalPix allows you to order photos directly from your phone. I have a feeling that this is going to be my latest addiction!
The first three pics are 99 cents and 29 cents after that, with 69 cents shipping. Almost free, right? These are going to be so much fun to send in Christmas cards and thank you notes!
If you want to turn your Instagram photos into magnets, go to Stickygram, an easy on-line tool. I wonder how many Stickygrams a fridge can hold… I can’t wait to get my Instagram print collection started!
Are you going to download PostalPix? What Instagram photo is your favorite?
I’m a camera and video app junkie. I just can’t say “no” when I hear about the “latest and greatest” no matter what the ratings say…but the truth is I only use one on a regular basis. That’s Camera+.
I have a really nice camera that is covered in dust because of this app! Here are a few pics I took this afternoon in my house using Camera+ on my iPhone…
I picked up a few bunches of tulips at the grocery store yesterday to bring a little Spring inside my home. I used no special effect on this pic…just a little cropping.
A white background does wonders on almost anything that you’re shooting. This vase of tulips is sitting on my Ikea DOCKSTA table…shot from above.
Like many camera apps, there are many effects to chose from to give your pics a great finish. Instagram is the perfect partner to Camera+, as you can easily save your photos to your library and pull them to Instagram to share. My favorite effect on Instagram is the little water drop icon. This allows you to get the blurry effect around the edges, or at the top and bottom, of your photograph. I used this on the picture above taken in my living room and the jewelry pieces laying on my wooden floor below.
What is your favorite camera app? Do you use Instagram? You can find me on Instagram here. Follow me and I’ll follow you right back!
I knew when we walked in the door and Richard started speaking Japanese to the waitstaff that we were in for a treat! We enjoyed a 3.5 hour tasting menu that was visually stimulating and full of taste and texture combinations. Simply splendid! A night to remember, for sure!
This year’s conference kicked off at HD Buttercup, LA’s brick and mortar emporium full of goodies from around the globe…both modern and classic…all displayed in the old Helm’sBakery building. As wonderful as HD Buttercup’s collections are, we were all distracted by reuniting with friends that we had met at past DBC gatherings or were meeting for the first time, yet virtually visit daily on their blogs. Imagine the chatter!
Look what happened for two days during the conference on Twitter! #DBC2013 trended No. 1! Very cool, no?
I’ll never forget the words that flowed from Barbara Barry , one of my favorite speaker, as we all sat mesmerized by her melodious voice and inspiring thoughts on beauty. There’s no doubt that she has us all viewing the world in a different way…
Amy and I had lunch at The Ivy after the conference was over and Barbara’s influence had me finding beauty in the seeds and grain of the roll on my plate…
…and finding much more vibrance in the roses on the table… Thank you Barbara!
Another highlight was having the privilege to meet Grammy winner, Patti Austin. I have such fond memories of listening to her music as a teenager and young adult. She has one of those voices that causes rememberance to resurface and sends chills down your spine.
I was delighted to find that her gorgeous voice is second to her warm spirit and generous heart as I learned of her non-profit, Over My Shoulder Foundation. Founded by Patti and Dawn Carroll, lyricist and Executive Director of OMSF, their mission is to promote mentoring and “mentorology” (the art and science of mentoring) through music and design. Find out more about this non-profit here and see the video she shared of a 2011 performance of Dawn’s song performed at a Martin Luther King Celebration in Boston. Warning: Could induce goosebumps!
It was a trip to remember. New friendships formed…reunions happened…and inspiration flourished…
I now have a new soul-sister…Irene Turner. What a delight to give her a physical hug instead of communicating online!
This weekend I’m trying to figure out how to fit everything in… Why does everything seem to happen at the same time? There’s The Dallas Flea, A&M vs SMU game, Blogger’s Bootcamp, a concert at The Kessler….and that’s just Saturday! What’s on your agenda for the weekend?