Holiday Photo Ideas
Personalized Party Invitation
Customize this year's party invites with the KODAK Picture Kiosk. Your invitations will be simple to make and ready in minutes.
A Few of My Favorite Things
A unique way to share the year's news is with a greeting card that highlights favorite items and key events from the past year.
Baby's First Christmas
Showcase the eventful year with photos highlighting baby's growth throughout the year.
It's Been a Great Year!
Instead of the typical holiday letter, showcase your family's accomplishments with photos.
Happy Holidays from the Furry Family Members
Let your pet be the star of your holiday cards this year.
A collage is a great way to remember a particular event during the holiday season, whether it be cutting down your Christmas tree, making a gingerbread house or visiting Santa
Create a personalized cook book featuring family recipes and photos of the finished product. Include scanned recipe cards handed down for generations alongside the finished masterpiece.
Now and Then
For a unique gift for your parents, recreate scenes from your childhood and make a photo book.
Art (Photo) Book
For a unique gift for the grandparents, simply scan your children's artwork and create a one-of-a-kind photo book.
Photo Book of Holiday Cards
Don't throw away those holiday cards when the season ends. Just scan the cards and create a simple photo book.
Match the Month
When making your annual family calendar select photos taken in the corresponding month from the previous year. As the new year progresses it will be fun to look back on the previous year's activities and events.
Out-takes Greeting Card
This is real life! Include out-takes for some of your best holiday cards ever.
Vacation Greeting Card
Plan ahead for your Christmas card. Use pictures from your summer vacation instead of the typical pose with Santa.
Through the Years Greeting Card
Go retro and feature your children through the years for cards that are sure to bring a smile.
Old and New Greeting Card
Feature an oldie but goodie along with a recent photo.
Just Say Hi Greeting Card
Add a whimsical feel to your Christmas card with just the right saying.
Black and White Greeting Card
With just a touch, you can turn a picture into B&W or sepia-toned and create a more artistic look. You'll have people believing you actually know what you're doing!
Pet Greeting Card
Show off your pets, with or without Santa, and have some fun. Keep in mind, of course, that the dog may not appreciate it as much as your friends do!
Spell Cells Greeting Card
Add a little Joy to the World – and bring a smile to their faces -- with your own special message in our unique cards and collages by spelling something across the cells.
Creative Greeting Card
Get creative! Grab whatever holiday props you have on hand…candy canes, garland, lights, presents… and have some fun with your holiday card this year.
Chalk Board Greeting Card
Recruit the kids! Have them write their own holiday message on a chalkboard and take a picture or series of pictures for a fun, unique card.
Place Card Greeting Card
Add picture cards to your place setting as a dinner conversation starter. Inside the card, ask a question like, "what is your favorite holiday memory?"
Before you know it, everyone will have a story to share.
Cookie Cutter Ornament
Decorate your tree or a present with a cookie cutter ornament. Just add a photo and it becomes even more special.
Candy Tin Prints
For a simple but thoughtful gift, add a picture to a tin with some favorite candy.
Movie DVDs – Take pictures of all the festivities, from opening presents to singing carols, and share them with distant family by creating a Movie DVD. Include special hellos and messages to the recipient so they feel like they were almost there.
Best Times Photo Book
Photo Book -- Celebrate the best times of the past year by creating a photo book of your best moments. From miniature golf on a hot summer night to graduation day, you'll love looking back on your favorite memories.
Short Events Photo Book
Photo Book for short events -- Document some your favorite family traditions like baking cookies or a marathon wrapping session with a small photo book. Whether it's your own little cookie monster absconding with the goodies or the cat shredding your best wrapping paper, there are always special moments that deserve to be preserved!
Through the Years Photo Book
Make a photo book of Christmas through the years, documenting your favorite family traditions. Do you dress the kids in matching PJs every year and plunk them down in front of the tree? Trudge through the snow to find that elusive, perfect tree? Gather up the pictures for a photo book and be prepared to smile.
Before & After Photo Book
Photo Book -- Before & After Every holiday, there are classic moments of before and after that make great pictures. The tree finally upright in the stand but unadorned…then shining brightly with lights and ornaments galore. Or the tree surrounded by beautifully wrapped presents…then boxes and wrapping paper thrown everywhere after the kids dig in to open presents. Sometimes simple stories are told best by pictures.
Family Holiday Story Photo Book
Photo Book -- Every year, someone tells the story about how Uncle John had just a little too much eggnog and "Santa" gave the wrong presents to everyone, causing mass chaos but great memories. Don't forget how easy it is to add text when you create a photo book of holiday memories gone by.
Calendar – make a calendar with family recipes and pictures to accompany them. Do you make Chex mix every year for the Superbowl? Did you wrangle Grandma's secret recipe for pumpkin pie? Put it in a calendar and enjoy good eats and good memories all year round.
Calendar – Feature a person with a birthday that month and add a photo showing a past celebration. Or, if there's no birthday, share a favorite memory from that month. Everyone will want a copy of that calendar!
Holiday Happenings Collage
Make a collage of holiday happenings -- everything from baking and building a gingerbread house to getting bundled up for a trek outside to build a snowman. You can just hear the kids when you pull it out next year…"oh, remember this? It was so much fun!".
Create a collage of pictures across the generations and frame it for a special momento.
Whether it's Grandma, mom and daughter baking cookies, or your father teaching your son how to fish, it's sure to have special meaning.