March 2, 2015

timeshel – Leighton’s 4 Month Pictures

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group and timeshel, but all my opinions are my own.  #pmedia #timeshelprints

Being a new mother, you can only imagine how much I love taking photos and capturing daily moments of mine and Shane’s life with Leighton.  I have recently started using timeshel, and it is perfect for moms, crafters, or basically anyone who loves to take photos and document their daily life.  timeshel is a new free app that is only available for iOS in the Apple Store.  Whether you take the photos yourself on your iPhone or you store professional photos on your phone like I do, timeshel is perfect to turn those digital photos into prints.  It is perfect to help you get a printed timeline sent right to your door that you and family members can enjoy.
timeshel is really an experience, and it starts at only $5.95 per month.  There are two levels of subscription: 10 prints received in a cute envelope for $5.95 per month or 30 prints received in the shel pictured above for only $14.95 per month.  What I really like about timeshel is that it actually reminds me to get prints of my favorite photos each month.  Over the years, I have gotten so bad about just keeping digital photos on my phone, but now that we have Leighton, I love hanging more photos around the house.  I also love getting prints to share with family members too.  timeshel would also make a great gift for family members to receive.  It is really simple and easy to use.  You just set up an account and select the photos you want printed each month (either 10 or 30), and that’s it.  They will automatically print and be mailed right to your door each month.
I just recently had Leighton’s 4 month photos taken, so this was the perfect opportunity for me to try out timeshel.  I added a lot of photos from Leighton’s birth, newborn photo session, 4 month photo session and some others I snapped with my iPhone over the last few months to my shel, and then they were mailed to me at the end of the month.  It is perfect to keep a timeline of your favorites moments each month.  I am working on a photo collage project at home right now with my timeshel photos and can’t wait to show you soon.  What’s your favorite way to display your favorite photos around the house?
Photo credit to Emily B Photography.

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