Need some help buying for those picky creative family and friends of yours? Here are some of my favorites for the season. If all of these aren’t under my tree this year, I’m writing an angry letter to Santa.
I’ve had this on my Holiday list for two years now and no one has listened….maybe the dogs will buy it for me this year. I do not think there is anything more necessary then a hot steaming mug of coffee while you edit. It’s a bonus that you can toss this one in the air and freak out your friends since they’ll think you’ve just tossed thousands of dollars worth of glass all willy nilly.
If my husband reads this then he will know what to be getting me for my stocking this year, because I’ve been coveting this item for about a year. Fill this baby up with some cute washi tape and your creative editing skills will flow like lava.
Am I the only one that has to change out my mac mouse and keyboard batteries like every 2 seconds? Okay, maybe not that quickly, but with the price of batteries it’s ridiculous. This puppy will keep a rotation of six rechargeable AA batteries (included). And seriously it’ll pay for itself in probably a couple months.
This place is amazing. Need a cool font for that family holiday card? Need a grunge sky overlay for your recent session? Check and check. Most of what I buy on there is under $20, usually under $5 and you can buy credits and save when you buy in bulk. Bonus, if you sign up for their newsletter you’ll get a link to the current “freebie”.
WG Print shop “oh, snap!” print
Self plug, no shame. I mean but really, how cute is this black and gold print? Hang that beauty up by some clips above your desk and you’ll be “oh, snapping” all day. It’s a digital download so you get your instant gratification fix for the day. Plus, add some real gold glitter over the “oh, snap” font and turn that piece of paper into a 3D design. You’re so creative.
After completing her degree specializing in Photography at the University of Missouri, Emylee moved back to her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma in hopes of capturing the memories of those around her. Outside of the photography business she can be found with a coffee cup glued to her hand, eating brunch with her hubby, painting every room in her house, making frequent stops to the local Flea Market and taking an obscene amount of Instagram photos of her dogs, affectionately referred to as “my fur babies”. See more of her work on her website, Willow & Grey Photography, and her Facebook page.