superdumb supervillain: Father's Day Idea- PhotoJewelryMaking.com

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Father's Day Idea- PhotoJewelryMaking.com

Okay. Father's Day is one week away but you slackers still have time to make something personal and meaningful, even if your DIY skills are sorely lacking. I'm not talking macaroni necklaces or neckties, either. PhotoJewelryMaking.com, the Michigan-based family-owned and operated photo jewelry supply superstore offers a variety of elegant gift ideas that you can customize at home using your own printer.


We tried the Father's Day Easy Change Photo Cufflinks Kit. It comes with everything you need to make a pair of heavy weight silver cufflinks with your choice of images, including EZ Photo Resizer software (Mac and PC compatible) and a sheet of photo paper. All you have to do is resize your images to 15mm circles, print and cut them out. Then simply unscrew the cufflink and insert your photo with the protective plastic over it, then rescrew it and you're good to go.


My stepfather is the only man I know who wears tuxedos on a regular basis so I think these will make a great Father's Day gift for him, with a picture of Roo and Jasper on either cufflink. I like how easy it is to change to photos out, so you could conceivably update the pictures as the kids get older. (Or fall out of favor…) You could also use pictures from favorite teams or pets, or even a pretty patterned paper or thin fabric. There are lots of possibilities! If you have need of several pairs, like for a wedding party, there's a multi-pack available.

In accordance to the FTC Guidelines and WOMMA Code of Ethics, I am disclosing that I received the item featured in order to facilitate this review, which was made possible by Mom Spark Media.


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