CHRISTMAS IN JULY

It is usually quite scary to mention the “C” word in summer to most people… It scares us to think that in no time we will be in the Christmas chaos with endless shopping trips, visits, cooking and what not. It should be a joyful time of the year, so we are here to ease the stress early to help you avoid the chaos!

Until August 14th, 2013 all products – yes ALL products – are 50% OFF at Kulapix.com. Create beautiful personalized gifts for your family and friends that they will cherish for many Christmas’ to come! Here’s a few great ideas to get you started, time to take your lists out!

Kulapix Travel Mug

Dads love Travel Mugs! They can take their gift with them everyday to work, plus customize with cool themes like fishing and tools to match their hobbies!

Kulapix Canvas Home Decor can be tricky as a gift… but when it comes to mothers a Canvas Print of her family is always an instant hit!

Kulapix MugBrothers tend to love humor in gifts.. so how about a witty Mug with funny photos of the good old days!

Kulapix CalendarFor the sisters who love organization a Wall Calendar makes an amazing gift. You can even customize each date with photos and text!

Kulapix PhotobookNow this one is extra special! Scan your old family photos to create a Photobook. I have personally done this for both sets of my Grandparents and the joy it brings watching them relive photos they haven’t seen in years is truly amazing!

Kulapix Collage PrintA Collage Print makes a great gift for family and friends. They can be small enough to frame on a nightstand or go poster size at 24×36″! Kulapix Christmas ListBefore you know it you’ve completed your list, avoided giant mall line-ups, saved a bunch of money and you still have time to go outside to get a tan. Now that’s what I call Christmas in July!

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