Honey & Jam Photography
Hannah’s food blog Honey & Jam for some time. Now, you can purchase some of the lovely photographs she takes herself. Love these custom prints hung in a kitchen, or as a thoughtful housewarming gift. Just like the recipes found on Honey & Jam, these photos are delightful!
Photos: Hannah Queen
are a great way to get inspired, tell stories and a fun way to get a little one’s mind working creatively. I’m loving Goosie Cards for all those reasons. They’re flash cards you can personalize with all of your own photos and descriptions. We have a set that has all of Leni’s family and friends, so she can remember names and identify faces. You can also get crafty in learning the alphabet, colors, places, activities and so much more. Lately I’ve been taking snap shots of shapes we see at the park (with Leni in the photo), so she can identify them all in a setting that is part of her everyday. What really sets Goosie Cards apart is that they hold up to spills, messes and the not so delicate hands of little kids.
Leni loving her Goosie Cards
Photo: Goosie, threetwentyeight
many great photography apps available, but by far my favorite at the moment is the Camera+ app from tap tap tap. Tons of features and effects make for easy editing, and instantly transform common photographs into beautiful ones. So when I forget my Nikon at home (or its just too bulky to take with me), I rely on camera+ to catch those spontaneous shots in a pinch.
retro "tailfins" effect
I’ve been feeling..
a little uninspired as of late, so I stopped in a bookstore for a little pick me up. As I’m flipping through Style Book by Elizabeth Walker, I’m starting to re-discover my excitement for fashion. The collection of photographs are of celebrities and non-celebs alike, and cover all different eras. And much like this one, Style Book will be living on my shelves for years to come. Here are just a few photos I can’t get enough of.. (but really they are all so great – if you get the chance go take a look!)
Photos: Getty Images
mounted on natural wood from LitteputShop. The photo blocks can be stacked, hung or even used as small nesting boxes. And if you’ve got some favorites of your own, they can be customized with your photos. If you happen to be crafty, for a mere $8 you can get a tutorial and some guidance from a professional to DIY!