Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

During the festive season, I try to set a nice table every time we sit down. You’ll quite often see me snipping a few small braces off the Christmas tree or going outside to find something green. As Christmas is all about family, I’m creating a new tradition this year. Instead of just setting the table with the usual items, I’ve added small prints from our recent trips. We normally spend time at Christmas talking about places we have been. We also discuss where we would like to go in the future, so I thought it was a nice idea to have some of the pictures from our trips.

I made some of the prints different sizes and have used them as place cards, as well as nice personalised gift tags for gifts. I know they’ll be very much appreciated, especially by the grandparents.

There are many different sizes of prints, so for this I chose a selection of square prints, retro and mini squares. There are other sizes of prints too. The great thing about them is that you can upload them directly from Instagram. It’s so easy. I like the new Memories Box too.

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

minimal table setting with foliage

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

personalised square print with a gift

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

square prints from Inkifi used as place card

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

prints from recent trips

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

Inkifi square print as place card

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

minimal Christmas table setting

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

mini square print memory from a trip to Norway

Christmas table with personalised prints from Inkifi

mini square print as a gift tag

To see more Christmas inspiration from Inkifi, have a look here.

You might remember other posts I have created with Inkifi prints –  customisable gallery print and the festive wrapping inspiration.

 

This post was written in collaboration with Inkifi. All views are my own.

 

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