This eco-friendly photo post has been sponsored and was written by me on behalf of Static Pixels. All opinions are mine.
I am always on the lookout for new ways to display favorite family photos. I also am always looking for companies that provide eco-friendly photo prints and gifts. Static Pixels is a great combination of new and eco-friendly.
Static Pixels is a company based in Canada that is doing all they can to provide high quality photos that are not taking from the environment. Static Pixels prints on recycled cardboard made from post-consumer and renewable sources, which adds a different look, for sure.
I wanted to get a picture of the boys for D's room, because the only other picture is from D's babyhood. This picture was taken while we took the Captain's bithday pictures and our Christmas pictures. It captures the boys and their silly, mischievous little relationship:
D absolutely loves this picture of him and his brother! It makes him giggle everytime he sees it. And the Captain loves that HE is in his little brother's room, making him laugh!
The quality of the print is exceptional. I was a bit hesitant when I read "printed on cardboard" but Static Pixels uses fade resistant UV ink so it really LOOKS high quality. They also don't use any glue or toxic chemicals, so I feel good about the boys touching it, too.
The view from the top is an interesting one. I bet you have never seen a photo like this before:
You can upload your Instagram pictures directly to the site. Or you can upload any of your pictures to create lasting memories your family and friends will adore.
Static Pixels is certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative and Forest Stewardship Council. And, all DeepSquare prints are inspected for quality and carefully packaged, making it perfect for gift giving. I truly appreciate companies like Static Pixels who are making quality products while protecting the environment.
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