When I was in my early twenties, a newlywed, with what I would now describe as someone with plenty of time on their hands, I was a scrapbooker. I was pretty bad at it to be fair. I am not super creative when it comes to arts and crafts. I did enjoy it though and would spend weekends filling up pages with cute photos and anecdotes of the things that we had been up to.
The blogging came along. Then babies came along. And to coin a phrase, ain’t nobody got time for that. I mean, I’m sure some people do. But it just wasn’t the top of my priorities. So having digital photos was mainly what I have been collecting, as I always forget to print them out or even to display them.
I recently downloaded the Cheerz app on my phone, and it has been so handy to use, to get photos printed out, and even getting them printed out and framed for me right away.
All my photos are on my phone, so I can scroll through, or connect it with my Instagram or Facebook page, and then choose the prints I want.
With Father’s Day coming up, I thought it might be nice to get some photos for the husband, on behalf of the children, of course. I haven’t got any of him and the children together up around the house. So I thought it would be a lovely gift.
The frame print starts from £15, depending on the size that you choose. I was so pleased with the quality of it, and that it is good to go when it arrives. No worrying about having to find the right size frame somewhere else. Buying two or three of the, could look good too, and arrange nicely on a wall together.
The retro print magnets start from £15 as well, and you can choose the colour of the background, as well as if you want any text on them. I went for classic white, with a little detail on each of them to remember where we were. I think these will look great on the fridge, and perhaps even at the husband’s desk in the office. The pictures turned out really well on them too; I’m pleased with the quality.
If you want to get the Cheerz app, then you can find it for Apple HERE, and Android HERE. You can upload to the website too, but I find the app much simpler as all my photos are on my phone or connected apps.
The last shipping day for Cheerz, to get your prints in time for Father’s Day, is 11th June for standard shipping (cheaper) and 13th for express (costs a little more). So be hurry if you want to get some prints ordered in time. You can use the code 10AAU, until midnight on 17th June to get 10% off your order too.
Have you got plans for Father’s Day? Have you used Cheerz before? It would be great to hear what you think.
*the items were gifted in exchange for the post. All opinions are my own.