You’ve shot lots of great digital pictures, but what do you do with them?
You’ve almost filled your PC’s hard drive, you might have shuffled others off to a digital picture frame or two, and your Flickr site is about to burst.
Here’s a nice use for a good digital photo. Have the folks at Kimbra Studios make you a one-of-a-kind luggage tag for your suitcase or briefcase (sorry, but the great bag in this photo would blow the budget).
As shown above, an obvious use would be a child’s face; or perhaps one made from a memory of a favorite vacation or a good close-up of a family pet. Grandparents could get grandchildren on the tag, and vice versa. The possibilities are endless.
After all, you have hundreds of digital photos, don’t you?
The Denver Bag Tags, $28 each, are waterproof and scratch-resistant, and tie to the luggage with a sturdy ribbon. They’re also easy to order–you just upload your digital image to the Kimbra Web site, which also sells many other items that can be personalized with photos.
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