Do you know the difference between woven and fleece photo blankets? Not to worry if your answer was "no." They are, on their most basic levels, the same thing, and we here at The Memories Place can provide you with each of them! But before we put you in the right direction, here's the inside scoop on all things photo blanket!
Posted by Judy on 5/28/2015 to Photo Blankets
Photo blankets are specially meant for those who want to keep the memories of their loved ones close to them while on the go. You can even find a picture blanket for your pet’s bed these days.
In addition to being excellent gifts, photo blankets are also perfect for those who want a design change in their room. By replacing your old blankets with picture throws you can really provide your room a completely new look. There are many different ideas that you can apply to picture blankets.
Posted by Mary Ann on 5/25/2015 to Photo Blankets
Personalized blankets probably aren’t the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of a gift for a loved one. This article is here to change your mind. We’re going to be talking about photo blankets and how they can be the perfect gift for someone you love.
Posted by Jim Cameron on 5/22/2015 to Photo Blankets
Posted by Johnny Lercari on 5/18/2015
High school graduation is a definitely passage in life. It marks a transition between being a minor and becoming an adult. It is a culmination of at least 12 years of formal schooling. Marking that transition is something family and friends want to do, but in a personal way.
A photo blanket is the ideal way to keep photos and treasured memories in mind. It’s easy to lose sight of photo frames on the wall. Eventually we become blind to them and only notice them occasionally. A blanket that is used all the time is a constant reminder of times gone by.
Posted by John Lercari on 5/15/2015 to Photo Blankets
Scanning and saving your old photographs as digital images is a great way to preserve pictures for years to come, but those copies can serve another purpose as well: they provide a great opportunity for digitally repairing damaged photos.
Posted by John Lercari on 5/11/2015 to Tips & Tricks