Ever since film cameras lost their popularity it’s become so rare to get your photos printed. When I was younger I used to love taking photo films to the shop to be printed after a holiday or event, then seeing how the photos turned out (and hiding all the embarrassing ones). It was so lovely being able to store the photos in a photo album, and until today I still sometimes flick through old photo albums and remember all the memories! Unfortunately most of the photos I take nowadays get stored on my laptop (and backed up.. when I remember), which makes me think that photos have lost some of the magic they used to have.
Recently, PicStick got in touch and asked whether I would like to have my photos printed onto magnets – these could be photos stored on my laptop, iPad or phone – and of course, I said yes! I chose a nice mix of holiday photos and ones which remind me of happy memories.
PicStick lets you choose any 9 different photos of your choice and prints them onto durable 50x65mm magnets for just £9.50 – so that works out at just over £1 for each magnet. I chose to print a couple of the magnets to give to loved ones as small gifts and they all loved the idea of being able to display a happy little memory so easily wherever they pleased! I also printed a few to display on the kitchen fridge.
I should also mention that the service is incredibly fast as I ordered my magnets on Thursday afternoon and I received the magnets on Saturday morning (Which makes them perfect for last minute gifts!) And it’s free shipping worldwide too! I think these magnets would make a lovely gift to remind loved ones of happy memories you have shared together, and makes a nice change from framed photos too!
PicStick have kindly offered all my readers a 25% discount on the magnets – which means you will get 9 personalized magnets delivered for free, wherever you are in the world, for around £7! All you will need to do is go to PicStick.com and enter the code MELTED25 at checkout!
*This post contains PR samples. All opinions are my own, honest opinions.*