Let me describe the normal workflow of creating a Memory Book. The first thing you would probably do when starting a project is to upload the images. You can upload as many as you need and even group them into different folders that can be named in a useful way (Usually I upload all the pictures and print a Proof Book for the customer to review). Then you select the Product you want to create from a pull-down menu, in this example it will be Memory Books, the very first option at the top. In the next steps you choose the cover type, color and size. There is variety of sizes available ranging from small 3.5x3.5in. up to 12x12in Square, Portrait and Landscape. My favorite for weddings is 12x8 as it renders a very well balanced format and the photos look terrific.
On the day of the holiday, take photographs of each individual family member and shots with members together. Don’t forget to include your pets. After dinner, have each person write a letter to future generations including a little bit about who they are, who they are related to, their likes and dislikes, things they are thankful for and wishes for their future family. If you have a video camera, film each person recording a Thanksgiving wish or two.
A leather briefcase or chest. Speaking of wrapping paper, forgo the common box or gift bag by buying her a briefcase or chest to put her wrapped presents in. You can use one (or more) of the suggestions above. Or, if you already have different gifts in mind, this is a unique way to present it all in a way that incorporates the traditional material. It also gives her a great way to store them and any other mementos that the two of you may share. Have your initials carved the old fashioned way (think “sweetheart tree”) in the clasp.
The first thing to think about when designing the menu is that the menu is the only thing every single customer will notice, touch and remember about the restaurant. Can you remember the tile design in the bathroom of the last restaurant you ate in? What color was the carpeting? What about the menu? Therefore the menu needs as much, if not more, thought as the interior design of the restaurant. As always, http://inanviet.vn/In_so_tay__so_cong.html is a factor. One thing about the restaurant business is that no matter what you are buying there is always the option to spend a little more. Kind of like that coach who taught you that you can always do one more sit up. So picking a menu cover and paper style will be the first of many, many balancing acts with regards to cost vs impact.
A leather purse filled with other small surprises. This is more of a unique way to wrap her presents, rather than being the gift, but it still incorporates the traditional material! Make sure that they are numbered in the order that she needs to open them. First reservations to her favorite restaurant, then tickets to show etc. Find a way to fit the whole evening in that purse. Finish it off with a small token of your appreciation, whether it be a ring, necklace or other jewelry item.
If you are in the hotel business, you would know only too well that a premium guest book is a must for any fine-quality hotel. An elegant-looking leather guest book can speak for itself and about the place. It can be presented to your guests to pen down their remarks and signature. You can also use it for reservations and for jotting down the guest mailing list.
The students in the second class, called “Tiny Woven Tome”, will create a 2x3” leather book with watercolor interior pages and decorative woven stitching on the spine and cover. The inside pages feature hand deckle edges. The students will learn how to laminate two layers of leather as well as the required longstitch and woven stitches. The class is scheduled from 1-4 pm on Saturday, November 13, 2010. The cost of the class is $39.
I’ll finish with a small watch and jewelry travel box. This leather watch box and jewelry travel box for men is both handsome and useful. With storage for accessories and rings, plus a removable watch pillow, this small watch box provides storage on the go and careful storage of a valuable watch at home. If your graduate prizes his watch, then this could be the perfect selection. It lists at $90, and you can get it on sale for $72.95.