I will shamefully admit that I take photos of important moments in my life and then leave the images on my iPhone, memory cards and computer. I have so many lovely shots of my daughter from her birth and as she has grown over the last three years, family vacations, special occasions and fun times with friends.
I have long wanted to liberate these images from a life spent on a technology platform and to have a beautiful way to display the most cherished memories of my life. Then, I heard about Artifact Uprising.
The Colorado-based company (I will not go on again about how much I miss my former home, but I really, really want to) helps customers turn their precious photos into tangible mementos.
The product suite includes premium hard- and soft-cover photo books, handcrafted wooden boxes, wood calendars and other beautifully fashioned pieces. The environmentally friendly company uses 100% Post-Consumer Waste (PCW) recycled paper and the calendar, wood block and box products are made from 100% beetle kill pine sourced in Colorado.
I couldn’t be more excited to get started. I’ll let you know how my products turn out.