{Giveaway} Custom photo mementos from Pinhole Press

FOF is giving away 3 bundles of custom photo mementos from Pinhole Press. Each bundle includes a brag book, 50 customizable stationery cards and 9 wine bottle labels. To enter, answer in the comments below: Do you keep a photo in your wallet? Who is it of?

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

Have digital cameras killed the old-school photo album? Not according to Pinhole Press, a company that makes simple, elegant photo mementos from your digital prints. They’re easy to create — you just upload your favorite photos (grandchildren, daughter or son’s wedding, anniversary) and choose from dozens of gorgeous products– like framed prints, wine labels and notebooks. Our friends at Pinhole are giving 3 lucky FOFs the chance to win a bundle of their bestsellers!

Enter to win a trio of custom photo mementos from Pinhole Press. 3 FOFs will win. To enter, answer in the comments below: Do you keep a photo in your wallet? Who is it of?

(See all our past winners. See official rules. One winner is chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes June 23, 2011.)

77 Responses to “{Giveaway} Custom photo mementos from Pinhole Press”

  1. hoppupp says:

    I keep a photo with me always. It is of my husband with our pug, Poko, who he named. He passed away 3 years ago at 52 and I want to keep him as close as possible. Poko misses him terribly too. They had a very special relationship.

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  2. Sunn ymay says:

    I do not keep photos in my wallet, but have a few on my phone.

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  3. Kathi says:

    I have pictures of My 3 Grandchildren and I also Have a picture of My Sheltie “Danny Boy”

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  4. Joann Bally says:

    My Niece and Nephew 🙂

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  5. Nancy says:

    I carry a few photos in my wallet – my sons and me, my nieces/nephews and my boyfriend and me. My most prized is the one with my sons – it’s my Christmas present from them every year, and that’s pretty good since they are 18 and 24.

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  6. AJB says:

    I do not have any photos in my wallet.

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  7. Susan P. says:

    I don’t keep photos in my wallet but I do have photos on my iPhone.

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  8. Aimey says:

    I don’t have room for photos in my wallet anymore. It’s fat enough as it is!

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  9. Sandra Crispo says:

    At different times – Various pictures of my husband, children, and grandchildren.

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  10. Judy Brenner says:

    I don’t carry a wallet or purse, but my cell phone is always with me, and it carries more photos than anyone would care to look at!

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  11. Iris Blackledge says:

    I always have a picture of my family–husbaand and son –with me

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  12. Mary Jane Protus says:

    I have a picture of each of my 2 sons. They are with 24/7! My oldest lives in Atlanta and I have not seen his real smile in almost 2 years …I can see him every day by simply taking out his picture!
    My youngest son is currrently a 2LT in US Army at EOD Officer training. He went to Iraq and came home with a Purple Heart …fabulous man in every way – still my baby boy! I say “HI” many times a day even though I have not seem him in 1 1/2 years!!
    I am a photographer, thousands of pictures given to friends over the years, My personal favorites are kept in my wallet!!

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  13. DEBIO says:

    THE LADY IN RED–ITS MY STYLE

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  14. DEBIO says:

    IT’S SAD BUT I KEEP OLD PHOTOS OF MY 5 GRANDCHILDREN IN AN OLD CHECKBOOK COVER AND THEN NEW PHOTOS FROM WALGREENS FLOAT AROUND MY PURSE SO I CAN SHOWMY FRIENDS AT LUNCH!

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  15. Cheryl McCall says:

    Yes!! As a Foster Parent for the past 5 years, I keep mini albums in my purse of the 50+ children that have been my children from a few days to a year or longer. We also make keepsake photo albums for each family to take with them when they leave. For many of my children these will be the first photos ever made and kept for the future.

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  16. abailey says:

    I keep a picture of my granddaughter – the light of my life!

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  17. Zora Littlejohn says:

    Yes. Children and grands.

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  18. Lori Miller says:

    No photos, too stuffed with dry-cleaning tags, notes and receipts…!

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  19. bethw says:

    no photos in my wallet. kids are grown and no longer brag-worthy…until they produce my next wallet photos! grandbabies!

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  20. Mary Caliendo says:

    I have tons of pictures of my kids and my grandchild~and I do brag~when I am waiting for an appointment or something, it’s nice to bring them out and look at them~good memories and it makes me smile!

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  21. Linda says:

    Yes, I have my precious grandbaby’s first “school “picture(from her pre-school.)

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  22. Susan Lockwood says:

    No, not enough room, unfortunately.

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  23. Kathryn says:

    A few photos of my 4 adult children and my grandchildren. Even one of me as a young woman 🙂

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  24. dell spier says:

    Yes, my dogs.

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  25. Beth Lowe says:

    I have photos of my husband and kids. I have photos of my pets, my horse and several of my friends. Would have more if I could fit them in!

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  26. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I keep photos of my 3 daughters, my daughter’s best friends who are like daughters to me, my dear niece and nephew…whew! I guess that’s it. I just realized that I don’t have a photo of my hubby….ooops!

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  27. jane says:

    My niece crafts everything in sight from knitting. She and i would love time crafting. Her photography is better but with digital I am improving and the editing sw on the computer help too.
    My mom started knitting and I use it to calm my h. s. students. Then, they get a scarf or something for their effort.

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  28. Jen Rutsky says:

    No photos in my wallet – but there is a picture of my dog as my blackberry home screen 🙂

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  29. joann says:

    Only me on my driver’s license.

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  30. Georgia says:

    In my wallet, I keep a photo of my husband of 32 years, my Forever Dearness, who passed away in my arms suddenly and unexpectedly, a little over two years ago one evening, as we sat on the sofa together watching tv…

    oh, how i miss him….

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  31. Kathy says:

    I keep a picture of my Nephew, Nick in my wallet

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  32. Anita says:

    I keep a photo of my mother in my wallet. I lost my mother in 2004 unexpected at the age of 73. She was in the Korean War for 2 years, born in the depression, was a young widow, raised two children on her own. She never asks for anything special in her life she just wanted the love of her family. She was my best friend, support, mentor, confidante, advisor, teacher, motivator, someone whom I admired respected, learned from by example how she always cared about others and expected nothing in return, looked up to and aspired to be like. She was never famous, never got to even go past the 11th grade in high school because she had to go to work during the depression to help her mother. I told her as she was
    dying if I could sing a song to her that would never end I would, if I could give her the world I would, if I could just have one more day with her I would. I carry her in my wallet but also in my heart, soul and spirit. That is the photo etched in my memory.

    I wanted to pay tribute to her an inspiration and an angel always watching over her children, and grand children.

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  33. Kelly Campbell says:

    Absolutely not! !!

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  34. Barbara says:

    I keep an old photo of my and my brother and a couple of wallet family pictures.

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  35. Pat Davis says:

    I keep lots of photos in my wallet, mostly of my adult children and my two grandsons.

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  36. margara says:

    i have none on my wallet, but i have some on my phone!

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  37. steph says:

    I have this old photo from college of me and my boyfriend. Its actually a proof from a set of photos, about 1in x 1in. Its really sweet and always makes me smile when I find it…

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  38. Naomi says:

    I have my kids’ school photos!

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  39. starsmom says:

    I used to…..but just changed wallets and haven’t replaced them!

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  40. Laura Emerson says:

    Our wedding picture. I love looking at it and it reminds me that I am married to my best friend, especially when we have a argument! It puts everything in perspective.

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  41. Kim says:

    I keep a picture of my husband and I on our wedding day in my wallet…..just to remind myself of how it all started when two people fell in luv…. 🙂

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  42. Shari Bennetti says:

    What a very unique gift, not to mention that now that I know that Pinhole Press has wine labels, look out. We have over 1,700 bottles of homemade wine and I can now order labels to dress up the bottles. Great find for me. And to answer the question, no I do not keep my photo’s in my wallet anymore, since I went to the skinny wallet/purse my pictures look great in frames.

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  43. Rosemary M says:

    I keep photos of my 2 daughters and husband in my wallet. Sometimes I have to take some out I carry to many!

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  44. Pauline Morales says:

    I would love to carry more pictures of my family with me, without pictures being ruined.

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  45. Deb says:

    I have several photos of my three beautiful grandaughters, I like to show them off, especially when I run into old friends.

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  46. gmc says:

    one or two–driver’s license, and other id cards, but with a grandbaby on the way, I’m guessing that will change!

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  47. Kay M says:

    Yes, I carry pictures in my wallet! I have eleven grandchildren and one great grandson that I carry pics of. I dont show them off to often…just whenever talk turns to grandbabies, or someone else pulls out pics of their kids!

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  48. Sharon says:

    No photos in my wallet except for OH drivers’ license (it’s ugly). Lots of photos in photo books of trips and friends. Would love to carry this one!

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  49. smfsprout says:

    I keep two photos in my wallet. One is of my husband and the other is of my grandchildren.

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  50. ogden kruger says:

    my daughter….but i always have my phone on me and it has photo’s of all the important people and things in my life, even when i don’t have my wallet, i have my phone, i need some type of credit card that stores photo’s so i can pull it out whenever i want and view!!!

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  51. Sandra says:

    Yes, I have pictures of my two precious daughters that I love dearly.

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  52. Cynthia says:

    Does a driver’s license count? I try to carry the least amount possible – I hate being weighed down.

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  53. Phyllis Owens says:

    Yes, I keep several photos in my wallet…..mostly of my son but also other family members. Keeps them all close to my heart!

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  54. norma edlemon says:

    The only photo i have is from my id in my wallet

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  55. DOTTI says:

    YES, IT’S A PHOTO OF MY LATE HUSBAND. HE IS WITH ME AT ALL TIMES.

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  56. katie says:

    no photos in my wallet.

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  57. Valerie says:

    In my wallet is a picture of my “high priced” son, who is now 11. I call him that because I have scoliosis and up until my pregnancy, I did fine with a harrington rod as my back support. Well, when I was pregnant my lordosis collapsed and I waited until he was six for flatback revision surgery. The surgery cost about $300,000 dollars and thankfully I had insurance but I call him my high priced baby! He was worth every bit of all I have been through.

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  58. Kathy says:

    I keep a photo of my grandson. He is also on my phone.

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  59. Faith says:

    Yes, of course! Grandkids usually.

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  60. Mary W says:

    No photos in my wallet. They’re on the phone these days!

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  61. elr says:

    I have my three kids pictures, but soon my new grandchild will take an honored place.

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  62. Janice says:

    I carry many photo’s, my husban, grandchild and my dog

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  63. Robin says:

    The only photo I currently have in my purse is of myself (driver’s license). I used to carry family photos in a photo book but I’ve tried to scale down my purse contents to make it lighter.

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  64. Donna Washburn says:

    I actually keep a photo book of my 2 daughters – I made it when the oldest went off to college so we could all see how they have grown over the past 18 years and smile whenever we needed a lift – seeing all the fun they have shared.

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  65. Sarah Snadow says:

    I have a picture of my son with long hair…It’s funny my generation fought to have long hair and my son just wants it short and simple.

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  66. Sara Jones says:

    Of course I have photos in my wallet …… I’m a grandmother! The pics are of my precious grandchildren.

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  67. Debbie Lech says:

    I have photo’s in my wallet of the most important people in my life, my husband and my two daughters. They mean the world to me and I love them very much so I like to keep them with me at all times!

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  68. Christy H says:

    I have a family photo that is probably over 15 years old

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  69. Karen M says:

    You caught me by surprise. I am not carrying any photos at this time, but now I’m thinking about it.

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  70. Kelly Kelsey says:

    I keep photos in my wallet of my children, Konnor, Kameron and Kyleen as well as my husband, Kim and our dog, Kowboy. They are all very special to me.

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  71. Alice H. says:

    One of my husband that I took years ago with him in knee deep water by his Sea Snark in that golden orange lighting that comes as sundown nears on the lake. And one of our Wedding pictures that my brother took.

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  72. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I keep photos of my husband, children, & parents in my wallet.

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  73. Patricia Assanowicz says:

    Yes, I have had my FAVE photo since 1970, it is a photo of my Mom and Dad who both passes too early. This photo has gone everywhere with me. Thank you

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  74. pattib says:

    Yes I do but I’ll bet it isn’t what you might be thinking…..
    iIt is of myself and its on my Drivers License!

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