Hello! You probably remember the Shutterfly projects I shared recently -- coffee mugs, a calendar, and a photo book. Well . . . the media folks at Shutterfly saw it, too. I don't know how, but they have ways, and I'm happy about it because they made me an offer I couldn't refuse. The photo cube pictured below was a very nice gift from Shutterfly to me.
I selected these particular photos from one of my Shutterfly albums -- all that beautiful gold on a dark background -- for an elegant and dignified piece for my desk at work. Of course, you and I know the real Wally and LuLu are like a couple of little kids, scruffy and wet from playing outside, dragging twigs and leaves around on their coats, and requiring a good brushing to end up looking like this. But I can't take them to work all messy, can I?
It took about five minutes to make my photo cube online. Fun and easy and supreme quality, like all Shutterfly products. I should confess that I've also made a Wally mouse pad, and two of the photos I used in the cube will be turned into large canvas prints with narrow black frames and mounted over our fireplace. I know. . . we're nuts! But, really, it's just a couple of coffee mugs and a calendar and a photo book (or three) and a mouse pad and a photo cube and two large framed portraits. . . that's all. Not a shrine or anything.
You can put your mouse over the photo cube and drag to see all sides of it.