August 15, 2018
World Photography Day with Mimeo Photos
Our changing reality with the spread of COVID-19 has brought a lot of disruption to daily life. In the midst of practicing social isolation, many of us are at home sharing space with our children who just weeks ago weren’t as near. Just as your routine has changed so has theirs. While all of us adjust, we’re offering your family what we can — the power to invent, create, share, and connect.
This past week, while we worked behind our digital screens we also sought ways to fill pockets of time for the children within our households with constructive activities. A lot of those pockets included craft activities — coloring, painting, and writing notes. You know the whole gamut.
We’re fortunate to be able to connect our children with people (FaceTime dates) and places virtually (thank you Cincinnati Zoo for live streaming safaris!). On the other hand, there’s something very special about celebrating their creative expressions off the screen with the important people in their lives. People children look forward to interacting with often but now can’t.
Read on to see how you can easily turn their tiny creations into greeting cards or full books for their relatives, mentors, and friends now afar.
Cards are a time stood tradition for sharing sentiments and sending good wishes to those you love. You can always share a photo card with us, but did you know that sending an illustrated card is just as easy?
Pro tip: If your child prefers digital media, we recommend Crayola’s Create and Play app for them to express their creativity.
We promise this one is not as complicated as it sounds. Our Director of Operations’ daughter worked alongside her daughter, Elsie, to share some of her favorite activities, thoughts, and ambitions.
Pro tip: For this project, we recommend building a square book - either 8 x 8” or 10 x 10” - to fully feature your children’s work.
Be sure to share with us your custom illustrated projects with us using #MimeoMoments and tagging us on Instagram @mimeophotos.