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My Santa Picture

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

I have a Santa picture — Santa and Me!

I went to see Santa in Santaland (in the Willow Lawn Shopping Center in Richmond).

It was still early in the season, so there were no lines of kids, and this year, I finally had my picture taken with Santa:

My Santa Picture

The previous years, Santa’s helper always offered to take a photo but I thought it was silly, and now — I think it was me who was being silly.

I don’t feel inspired by just any Santa I meet in a Mall at Christmas time, but this one has that certain “je ne sais quoi” (sp?).

Ahm, it means “that certain I don’t know what (or “something”)” in case you don’t speak French.

And the longer I look at it, the more I realize that my Santa picture is also a GREAT example of a Christmas portrait — okay, maybe not all that original. But I love it and I’m going to post it on every one of my blogs, and send it to my friends…

And of course, why wouldn’t it be a great example of a Christmas portrait? I guess that’s why Santa sets up shop in the Mall, with a photographer sidekick.

And you know, I’m so glad he did. I have decided that this photo will be my lucky charm!

Soo… if you’re stuck for Christmas Potrait Ideas, you may want to check out this handy little ebook:

CLICK HERE for Christmas Potrait Ideas

And if you miss the kinds of Christmas traditions you enjoyed when you were a kid, or at least much younger, here’s a handy guide to making the holidays truly memorable once again, like in the old days…

CLICK HERE for Family Holiday Memories

Personally, as long as there’s Santa, I’m happy. Especially if he has presents too…
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Christmas Portrait Ideas

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

Tired of those boring old Christmas portraits? How about some bright new Christmas Portrait Ideas?

You know how you cringe when you look at them, those old stuffy family portraits. Why are you doing that to yourself year after year?

Of course, one solution would be to skip that tradition. But that would be kind of sad, wouldn’t it?

Instead, why not try something new and different? Why not actually have portraits taken that will make you smile — in a good way!

Imagine portraits you’ll be proud to show off years later even, and that you may even hang in your choicest spots at home — because just looking at them makes you feel happy!

It’s not hard either. I’ve found this very cool little ebook that shows you just how to get Christmas photos you’ll LOVE!

It’s not big, but it’s chock full of Christmas Portrait Ideas and photos that will show you what to do (and what not to do).

Of course, you probably have plenty of the “what not to do” examples sitting around at home, but still…

Anyway, here it is. All it takes is the price of one fast food meal or one cheapo passport photo at an automated machine and you’ll get your hands on some of the coolest ideas going.

http://ww.ChristmasPortraitIdeas.com

Why not surprise your loved ones with something different this year?

Happy Holidays 😉

Elisabeth

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