So this is made using our instagram album at secret pockets, and that for generally, andi was actually created by one of our design team members, alexis. So in alaska. So she came from far away and made this forest on dh it's, just a really beautifully designed, many albums. I'm really excited to make it. This is just one of our many instagram graham albums and their four by four s. So they are like a perfect little size to kind of throw in your bag. And I don't know about you, but actually print your photos to show people it's so easy to just leave them on our devices on our electronics, but like my grandma's, not on instagram. So she's not going to see anything unless I actually print it and give it to her. So these air great, just little albums to keep with you, or to give to your loved ones, um, and really fun to have around.
Candice is the Marketing Director for My Minds Eye, an editorial photographer, and one of the founders of the lifestyle and DIY blog Handmade Mood. She has her BFA in photography. She is a former editor at Creating Keepsakes Magazine. She has worked and taught with many brands such as Canon, Tamron, A Beautiful Mess, Atly and the Creative Photography Retreat. Her work can be seen on blogs and in magazines all over the country. She lives in San Antonio, TX with her husband, three sons, and a tiny but grumpy Scottish Terrier, Dickens.
My Mind’s Eye was launched in 1999 by designer and owner Marcia Cornell, who created a hand-illustrated line of coordinating scrapbook products. Adding layers of sophistication and style to their offerings over the next few years, My Mind’s Eye gained a solid position among the core designers and producers of scrapbooking and paper crafting products. In 2014, My Minds Eye expanded their paper offerings to include stationery, journals, gift wrap and tags, curated ready to frame and hang gallery wall art, and party decor - fans, honeycomb balls, tassels, banner kits, treat bags and party picks - all perfectly coordinated and versatile enough for just about any occasion.
Watched a little of this and was disappointed by her frequent mumbling, making it impossible to understand quite a bit of what she was saying. I didn't find her ideas very innovative but didn't watch the whole thing.