Stuck for Xmas Gift Ideas?

Family Photography

Are you like me and haven't started the Christmas shopping this year? I've got a great idea to help you out.

We all have that one person who is incredibly tricky to buy Christmas gifts for. They are content with their lot, have all they need and rarely ask for anything. If you want a gift to knock their socks off how about buying them the gift of memories with a piece of bespoke photographic wall art?

Gift Certificates

I am excited to announce that you can now purchase Christmas gift certificates from Tiny Stars Photography.

This wonderfully thoughtful and personal gift is bound to be a winner even for the person who has everything. It couldn't be easier. Gift certificates can be purchased for any of our digital or frame collections which start at just £375 and also for individual products, starting at £99. You can also choose an amount to put towards a collection of your choice. To view the stunning collections on offer click here to view prices.

Products

In a digital age many people are guilty of taking many photographs and never printing them out to enjoy every day. If you're going to have beautiful family photographs taken why not get them professionally printed and framed so they can hang straight on your wall? Therefore if you prefer, you can pre purchase a gift certificate  which covers the cost of an individual piece of wall art. This makes it easy for your loved one as they literally need to book their session, turn up and choose their images. A couple of examples are listed below but if you have something specific in mind please contact me for a price by clicking here.

This beautiful 20x20" framed print can be gifted to a loved one for only £150. This modern collage incorporates one 17x11" image along with three 5x5" images. This means the four favourite images can be included to be displayed in pride of place in the home of your loved one.

If you would like to gift a smaller piece of wall art, this 12x10" frame is a great option at just £99. The clean, modern black frame beautifully highlights the chosen 8x6" image.

What does the price include?

The examples above includes one hour of studio time, professional editing, online proofing gallery and the bespoke piece of wall art as shown.

You can also choose to purchase a gift certificate for an amount to put towards the cost of a session or product. This starts at £25. Gift certificates must be used within 6 months expiry. Upgrades such as mounts and alternative frames are available to suit your décor and may incur an additional cost.

How easy is that?

Gift certificates are a super easy way to gift professional photography wall art. Even the most difficult to buy for relative will appreciate the gift of memories this Christmas. The most difficult part will be choosing which images you want to keep!

To view examples of my work check out my portfolios on the Tiny Stars Photography website here. Prices for collections can be seen here. Contact me for prices on individual pieces of wall art or keep an eye out on my social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) where I will be posting further information.

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