As I mentioned in my year of organisation post so far this year I have started my organisation by finally ordering prints to go in my photo frame clock which has been pretty much photo-less for the many years that we’ve had it on our kitchen wall.
I stumbled upon a site called oddprints.com. OddPrints is really simple to use, you just upload your photo, enter in the dimensions that you want it to fit in either inches or centimetres and it pretty much does the rest for you. You have the option of either printing the photo for free or having them printed and posted to you for 50p per print plus £2.99 P&P. I like to support small businesses so went for the option of paying for my prints.
The prints arrived really quickly and in great condition as they were very well packaged. They come with grid lines on so that you can easily cut them to your requested size. The one issue I will mention with the grid lines is that they are black, which makes them quite difficult to see on a dark photo, it would be easier if you had the option of either black or white lines.
I’m so pleased that I’ve finally filled my clock and the lovely photo frame above. Funnily enough after talking to the guy behind OddPrints on Twitter I discovered that the site was actually inspired by this very clock, I’m glad to see I’m not the only person who has been left frustrated by it!