Introducing Kiki and Company Digital Prints! (Cyber Monday Sale)

I am so excited to introduce you to Kiki and Company Digital Prints.

A few years ago, on a whim, I opened up an etsy shop. With a lot of hard work and patience, it became really successful and have gained the greatest customers and friends all over the world. At the beginning of the summer, I almost gave up my blog, my shop and anything to do with the computer because I was having trouble balancing it all. I was spending 3 plus hours a day just on my printing, shipping, running to the post office and then add on top of that my blog, (PLUS on top of that, trying to keep up with being a mom and wife, etc). It was all too much, so I took a break from my etsy shop for a bit. I went on an “extended vacation” until I could figure out a solution. I am getting back to that “balanced” point where I’ve wanted to be and couldn’t be happier with the solutions that I have come up with. For about a year, I have recieved hundreds of emails asking if I would sell a certain print digitally, and up until now, I have only sold a select few that way…UNTIL NOW! Starting TODAY you can buy any of my prints in a digital format. With digital prints, you have to think long term. Prints start at $5.00 and go up from there. My most popular print is selling at $15.00 for a 5×7 and $20.00 for an 8×10. One regular 5×7 is selling at $11.95, so to get the digital where you can print as many as you want is quite the steal! All of my digital prints are for personal use only and are not to be resold or the files redistributed, BUT if you would like to be a licensed seller of a Kiki and Company print, email me at kikicreates@gmail.com for commercial use pricing and licensing. So let’s look at the loot!

The I love you because print…

I took my most popular print and made it digital! You can buy a 5×7 in the most popular combinations (there is even a NEW Holiday Polka Dot line) and an 8×10 in the holiday line. Others will be added throughout the day!

You can see how I use my prints by clicking HERE.

I have also been emailed countless times asking if I would make the “For Unto Us” Christmas print in a large format. I am happy to tell you I am selling it now in a 16×20 and a 36×48 size!(I will be showing off my 36×48 print later this week!)

The large prints of this are offered with a chalk effect (it is a little more black than the one above) or plain black.

You can also purchase this in Christmas Card/Postcard form!

Additionally, there are also digital prints, sets and invitations in the following categories:

Art Prints, Baby Shower, Birthday, Faith Prints, Go Notes and Freebies.

I will be adding to the shop daily…adding new sizes, colors and prints, so check back often! Ultimately, this option will give me the chance to design more and get more product up! There is still the option to buy a print, but will be doing it straight from my site now. You can click on the “shop” button at the top of my page and it will take you to my shop page, which is being run through fotomoto. It’s a great format which gives you many options I couldn’t offer before. (I will be officially introducing it soon!)

All sold digital prints will be emailed out within 24 hours…many times much sooner!

AND lucky you…because today is CYBER MONDAY, I am having a sale!

The next 3 days ONLY you can get any I love you because print for 33% off! That means you can get any I love you because 5×7 for $10 (normally $15) and any 8×10 for $15 (normally $20). This sale won’t last, so hurry over and snag yourself some fun prints! These prints are great for home decor, gifts for grandchildren, great for wedding and anniversary gifts or just to show your loved ones just how loved they are! And just remember..you can print as many times as you would like! (yay!)

I hope you are as excited as I am and cannot wait to see you over at the shop!

Lunchbox Laughs {Free Download}

Summer has come to an end here in Las Vegas and school is in full swing. I always worry about my munchkins as they head off to school. My only consolation is knowing that at lunchtime they can open their lunch and find a quick note from me reminding them just how loved they are! This year I am adding a bit of fun to lunch with some “Lunchbox Laughs”. They are funny and cute joke cards you can add a note to on the back. A fun way to lift their spirits and bring a smile to their face.  Here is what the first installment look like:

Cute, right?! To get these free cards, simply sign up for my newsletter on the sidebar and they will be a part of the September newsletter going out at the end of this week!

If you are looking for more lunch bag ideas, check out Go Notes for Kids..a business sized love note you can stick in your kids lunchbox or backpack.  For the next 2 weeks, you can purchase each set for $3 or all 3 sets for $7!  And even better, you can do it by clicking the “Buy Now” button below.

Go Notes for Kids

How about you..do you have a hard time when your kids go back to school?

While in Seattle…

We spent the last few weeks in Seattle, escaping the Las Vegas heat….and it was heaven! We had a really great time not only playing outside (over 90% of the time), but taking in some of Seattle’s best. As many of you know, Seattle is filled with thousands and thousands of fun things to do, places to visit, outdoor activities galore, good food to eat, etc. Today I thought it would be fun to share a few of our adventures from this trip..so if you live close or go to visit you can be sure to check them out!

My kids favorite thing to do while visiting Seattle is to go to the beach. Growing up, we would head out all over the Puget Sound during the summer to find beaches to play on, but the last few years we have headed south a bit to a quaint little town called Seabrook. It is about 3 hours (driving time) south of Seattle and has the greatest little (and BIG!) beach houses you can rent for as much or as little time as you would like. This time we stayed in a cute little house called Sandbanks ’87.

cute, huh!

Things we love about Seabrook:  Close to ocean (about a 10 minute walk) which provides TONS of activity. We would go out beach combing with the kids in the morning, and come back in the afternoon to play in the sand/water.

                                                            Indoor Swimming Pool..the ocean isn’t warm like in California, so the swimming pool is a great option if it is a chilly day

                                                            The area is fun to explore..there are lots of trails and forests to explore, local businesses are fun to support (my kids are really fond of Colours at Seabrook) There are also parks, firepits, etc. to accomodate

                                                            about any family adventure!

I can’t say enough good about Seabrook and considering we have gone each summer for the last 4 summers, you can bet we will be there many more times!

Next, my parents had heard of the King Tutankhamun exhibit in town at the Pacific Science Center so we took my 6 year old and 8 year old over to that and WOW!..this is a MUST SEE.

It is a bit pricey, but I cannot tell you how amazing the exhibit is. The detail and symbolism that are shown in each of the pieces at the exhibit are just incredible. My kids were awe struck. We took them to the IMAX movie  on the finding of the tombs before we went into the exhibit and they loved it (I think it helped out a lot with their understanding).  The best part is that by buying these tickets, you can also enjoy the rest of the Pacific Science Center for the rest of the day as well.  We only had time for one more exhibit so we chose the Live Butterfly Exhibit. The butterflies were amazing, but the entire part of the center it was housed in was amazing. There were tons of hands on experiments, displays (dinosaurs, space, etc) and my boys were in HEAVEN! This is a great place to go with kids.

Another fun museum we checked out was the Children’s Museum of Tacoma:

They have a really interesting and unique entrance fee. It is a pay as you will fee meaning you pay what you can to get in. Can’t afford it, it’s free! You can pay a little, then do it! It is all a donation based fee which I love to give EVERYONE a chance to participate. The museum was on the smaller side (when comparing it to other’s I have been in), but they crammed a lot of fun activities and toys into that small area. My kids had a great time, but we weren’t there for a huge amount of time either. One thing that is nice is that I had my 8 month old, 3 year old, 6 year old and 8 year old..and all of them had a great time..which is hard to find a lot of times!

We got out of the city one day and headed into Leavenworth, just a 2 hour drive, and went tubing down the Wenatchee River. My kids loved every single second of this. The river was calm and cool..(It was 100 degrees in Leavenworth that day and the water felt really good). We stopped to swim and snack and the whole thing took about 3 hours to complete. This is a fun one to do with as big of a group as you would like..and yes, I even took my 8 month old on this one..he loved it!

Lastly, we went to the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma one day. My parents get a grandparents pass each year to this, so our admission is free, but this is a nice zoo for any age kid. I love how everything is fairly compact (you won’t feel like you are walking all day). They have a great shark exhibit (always one of my boys favorites) and they love to check in and see the animals each year we go. They have a great play area as well for kids and their show is always a kid favorite.

These were just a few of the fun activities we took in while in Seattle! There are SO many places I love in Seattle…I may just have to make this a regular feature (I could certainly go on for hours about the local lakes, berry picking, ferry riding, water activities..and that doesn’t even begin with the fun IN the city!):)

For all of you Seattle-ites..what are YOUR favorite places to go?

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