Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Check Out Our New Holiday Designs!

It's still not too late to order your Holiday cards today!
 Please visit our Holiday cards section at:
Legacy Photo Impressions Holiday Cards

Don't forget that standard shipping is included with all orders.
Plus, ALL cards are $1.29 or LESS on orders of 50 or more!
At checkout, use Coupon Code: CHRISTMAS09

Photography by Rachel Cooke Photography


Thursday, November 19, 2009

FREE Shipping & Special Christmas Pricing!

 Please take advantage of our FREE shipping offer through the end of the year on ALL orders!

Also, please enjoy our Special Christmas pricing on ALL card orders of 50 or MORE!

Card prices from $1.16 - $1.29 each
Coupon Code: CHRISTMAS09 (case-sensitive)

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Two NEW Christmas Designs

A few more designs for the holiday season!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Convert Your Photos to Polaroids

One of my friends turned me onto this really neat website (Thanks Tricia)!  You can convert your digital photos into polaroids.  I love it!  You can convert your photos and then upload them to the card of your choice at our website.  Please click on the Visit the Store icon to the right or by visiting

Check it out at  Here are a few I converted today.  I'm addicted; have fun!

Monday, August 31, 2009

Christmas is Right Around the Corner: New Designs

Thomas Kinkade - Spirit of Christmas
Can you believe that summer is at a close and the holidays are starting?!  For most of us Christmas seems to creep up on us.  We know it's the same date each year, however, with all the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, time gets away with us and before you know it, Christmas Day is just a few weeks or even sometimes, days away!  Don't let your holidays get away from you this year!  Take a look at my new designs and send some holiday cheer to your friends and family this year.

Please view more designs at:

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Local Home Designer

I have a friend who uses IBB Design's services and stumbled upon their blog.  They have quite a few pictures of some really beautiful ideas for furniture choices and layouts.  Please check them out!

Below are some of my favorites:

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

5 Quick Newborn Photography Tips | Birth Announcement Photos

If you're like me, when my son was born, you want to have a great picture of your new pride and joy to send to all of your friends and family. Sending a photo birth announcement is a great way to do this! Below are a few tips that I've found to be helpful when taking pictures of my son and other babies, to get the perfect birth announcement shot.

  • ZOOM IN! Some of the most precious pictures are closeups of the infant's tiny feet and hands and of course those gorgeous shots of the baby's face closeup. If the baby is awake, zooming on the face with adequate lighting accentuates the sparkle in the baby's eye.
  • ISOLATE one body part of your baby's hands. As mentioned above, this can make for a beautiful photo, since it emphasizes just how tiny those cute baby parts are. To accentuate this even more, include the parents' hands or fingers in the photos too.
  • GET DOWN on the baby's level. This creates a perspective almost from the baby's point of view. A look into their world is one of the ways to get a really unique photograph. You could try this during tummy time to get some cute expressions or even get some unhappy expressions, which are cute too.
  • POSE! You can get some lovely shots of the baby when they are posed. It's easiest to do this when the newborn is asleep or very sleepy and some sort of prop is a good idea. Some cute ideas are to have a stack of white fluffy towels and place the baby on it's tummy. I've also seen a picture like this where a big satin ribbon is tied around the stack of towels and around the baby. Adorable! A simple basket with a nice soft blanket is a good idea too. Another creative picture I've seen is placing a baby in an old travel trunk with a large, colorful blanket inside to cradle the baby while the baby is sleeping. Be creative!
  • KEEP the CAMERA CLOSE BY! Babies can be predictable as far as their routine is concerned, feeding, sleeping, pooping, however, there are the moments that we WISH we had the camera handy. If you have more than one camera, try to have one in the room where you are most often, which for me is my living room, and maybe a camera in other rooms you may go; the baby's room or your bedroom. You will be able to capture those sweet smiles and facial expressions, wherever you are.
Once you have that perfect photo that you want to share with the whole world, visit us at and pick out a photo birth announcement that suits your needs or even contact us for a Unique Creation, with the specific colors and style you desire. We look forward to hearing from you!