Save 50% on 100 high-quality Kodak jumbo gloss-prints and on various photo gifting products
- Save 50% on 100 high-quality Kodak jumbo gloss-prints and on various photo gifting products
- Pay R195 for 100 high-quality jumbo gloss-prints OR Pay R65 for a personalised mouse-pad OR Pay R70 for a personalised mug print OR Pay R85 for a personalised A4 150-piece puzzle OR Pay R210 for an A3 canvas print
- Ideal as a gift or to create gifts
- High quality printing
- Keep your memories close
- Makes photographs more versatile
- An exciting twist on regular photo-display
- Includes counter-to-counter delivery
- Groupon redeemable for 4 months
- All products must be ordered online. Download the PrintWizard from www.frequentfoto.co.za
- Normal SAPO delivery in South Africa is included
- Only issued and valid once deal closed
- One Groupon per order
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Limited number available
- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
Social networking sites are famous for being overrun by people who take photos of everything from snapshots of their toy-Pomeranian to multiple-angle action shots of their breakfast cereal. Considering these photos are obviously so well loved they deserve to be shown to the entire world, why stop at putting them online; why not make puzzles and coffee mugs for gifts at the next birthday or staff party and save 50% on 100 high-quality Kodak jumbo gloss-prints and on various photo gifting products at Kodak Express Frequentfoto.
Saying digital cameras have made it easy for people to create photo albums is like saying technology has made it easy to climb Mount Everest. Sure, taking the photos is easy as repeatedly clicking a button but printing them out is a totally different story; that’s probably why social networking sites and harddrives are littered with photos and empty photo-frames litter sad mantelpieces everywhere. With one hundred jumbo prints from Kodak, you could fill all your photo frames and still have extras to plaster the wall with.
Creating a feature-wall with nothing but a hundred pictures of your muesli is one way to go, but another versatile use for photographs is using your muesli as a mouse-pad. Use any photo you want for the foamy placemat which also doubles as a conversation piece; if you printed a picture of Mars on it and used it as a coaster for your water-glass, you could tell all your friends you’ve found water on Mars.
If your mouse-pads usually end in some box somewhere in the attic, perhaps plastering your snoochypoo’s face on your morning-coffee mug is more your speed. Granted, it doesn’t have to a photo of your significant other; last year’s Christmas tree, a horse with a toilet-roll strapped to his head and a name-tag that says UNICORN or your mom’s high school-yearbook photo are all valid mug additions. Whatever mug you grace your mug with, it’s the easiest way to keep fond memories warm and close at hand.
Stepping out of the conventional box, if you want something truly unique to do with your photos that doesn’t include strapping them to a bouncy-ball with rubber bands, you could always create an A4 size 150-piece puzzle. Offering hours of rainy-day entertainment since grandpa was still in diapers, puzzles are just as well-loved as most photos and combining the two is the photographic equivalent of strawberries and chocolate or milk and cookies. Whether you stick on the coffee-table or give it as a gift, your memories will be able to provide hours of enjoyment.
While making your photos versatile is great, sometimes you just want to make them bigger and more like something you’d see on reality TV shows of really expensive houses. The A3 canvas print is the perfect way to do that. Printed on thick, damage resistant canvas, your photos will not only last much longer, they’ll be the memory-filled equivalent high-quality gallery art.
Whether you’re looking for a new sort of gift or you just want to add some pizazz to your photos, Kodak Express Frequentfoto is the perfect way to do it.
Photographic Evidence: The real reason that Dorothy left Kansas was because, during breakfast one morning, someone snapped a photo of her with bacon stuck between her teeth and created an entire gift-store worth of merchandise with it.