Photo Wallpaper – Keeping Your Memories Alive

 

Custop Photo Wallpaper by WeMontage

This is not the first post I have wrote about the celebration of my parent’s 50th wedding anniversary – but I promise it is the last.  As a family we gathered together and spent a week in beautiful Bend, Oregon and then on my parent’s actual anniversary my sister and I hosted an open house so the extended families could help celebrate.  The festivities were wonderful, however, I wanted to make sure that my parents had a permanent keepsake of the events.

Fifty years of marriage is worth celebrating more than once (OK we did celebrate for seven days and then a second occasion) but I wanted them to feel like they were always surrounded by family.  My parents live quite a distance from their children and grandchildren.  They are currently renting their home so I knew that I wanted a decorative keepsake they could display on one of their many white walls. OK – let’s face it – I did not really feel the need to have my picture on permanent display – but this is not about me.

What solution did I come up with?  Removable custom photo wallpaper by WeMontage!  This concept is genius for bare walls especially in rental and leasing situations. I also love that it is removable…I know what you are thinking they might get tired of looking at me….but really I was thinking how perfect for when they move or if they decide it displays better on a different wall after hanging. I was concerned about the actual application of the wallpaper, but after reviewing their FAQ I realized that application was all about having a clean surface, a tape measure, and a second person to help make sure your 24″ x 36″ wallpaper is level.

If you have celebrated a milestone birthday, a family reunion, went on an amazing vacation and your photo memories are hiding on your computer – now is the time to display them with your own custom photo wallpaper.  I can’t wait to give this to my parents for Christmas. Who are you going to surprise this holiday season? When placing your WeMontage order be sure to use coupon code PHOTOVATION  and you will save 20%. The PHOTOVATION coupon code expires on November 17th,2013.  Prices start at $69.99.

Disclosure: My relationship with WeMontage is personal, but I was not specifically compensated for this post. I did receive a discount on the WeMontage I made for my parent’s anniversary. This post does include affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

As a life long photo enthusiast I have experienced and heard stories about photo loss. I am here to make sure your photos are preserved and shared for all of your family to enjoy. I can help you sort, secure and tell stories with your photos. I also consult, train, and offers workshops for those who want to learn the skill set to keep their photos organized for future generations. I look forward to helping you connect, share and re-share your family memories through the care and management of your photos.

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  1. Love it! What a wonderful gift! I made one of our trip to Hawaii and it is such a great way to remember those fun times every day instead of having them stuck on a computer!

    • rita norton says:

      Michelle, I have seen your wallpaper creations and I love the sports one you created for your son. Keeping the memories alive and telling stories in creative ways is one of my favorite aspects of helping people with their photos.

  2. Thanks, Rita, for writing about WeMontage. I hope your readers enjoy learning about us.

    • rita norton says:

      Thank you, James, for introducing such an innovative way to share photos. I also greatly appreciate an easy to use website and free shipping!

  3. Ellen Landreth says:

    I have loved all of this. I really looked over the Blurb site and love it. I have been using Lulu.com and really liked it but Blurb really looks great. Wonderful site. I tried to discover if once you make a book if you can share it online with others. I see you can prepare it online but I thought an online book would be great for extended family members. Course I would want it printed also.

    I love the idea of converting scrapbooks into digital books too. I am a former Creative Memories consultant so could use their products to edit and then convert to PDF or jpg’s to print in Blurb. Goodness so many great ideas. I am going to pay closer attention to all your emails.

    Thank you,

    • rita norton says:

      Ellen,
      Thank you so much for your comments. I am not sure if Blurb allows you to share online, but I do like them as a vendor for books that are more focused on a story versus primarily photos. Let me know how it goes if you convert your creative memories albums. Looking forward to hearing from you again.

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"People are taking pictures at a record pace, but many are discovering they lack the time to sort, organize and print these images. The need for the services of a personal photo organizer has evolved as consumers seek out effective solutions for preserving and enjoying their precious memories." - The Association of Personal Photo Orangizers