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How To Make an Incredibly Easy Elegant Christmas Gift

Christmas is coming!  I am super excited about Christmas, and just realized TODAY that Christmastime starts in 2 days!

Gifts are a fun part of Christmas, but some people are easier to shop for than others!  Children always have lists a mile long, but adults tend to buy they things they want or need throughout the year.  Thanks to Pinterest, people are really into DIY projects.  Oftentimes those don't turn out exactly how you picture them though (seriously, you should check out Pinterest Fail).

I have a quick and easy solution for you!

(In the interest of full disclosure, I was given a free sample of this product in order to write this review.  However this has no impact on my opinion of the product.  I strive for honesty in all I do, even reviews!)

Melinda Wood Designs (when you subscribe you get a free artwork download!).

All of her designs are $5, and you get the JPEG file when you purchase it.  You can then print it yourself, or for a super high quality look, get it printed out on photo paper.

After you get the artwork printed, you simply put it in a frame that you like (or that your recipient will like), matted with a color that fits their house, and voila!  You have a sophisticated present for the hard to shop for person!  And it didn't cost you an arm and a leg (unless you went after some rare antique frame or something...)
This is NOT a high quality assembly job, but I REALLY wanted to get this post written so my readers can use the coupon code before it expires!  I will do a better job later and share some more pictures!

The available designs range from abstract paintings to animals, geometric shapes to Bible verses.  There really is something for everyone, no matter your taste.

All of her products can be purchased at her Etsy Store and cost $5 each.  The $5 gives you files for sizes 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10.  Some items are available in larger sizes, up to 18x24.

From now until the end of November, you can use the code HOLIDAY70 to get 70% off!  That means you can get a print for only $1.50!!!


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