What happens when a letter is accompanied by a photograph, or by a group of photographs?
Generally, we print one photo per page, following the letter, no matter how many photos there are associated with it. We always try to match photos with letters on a page spread, so you don’t see a letter from someone opposite a photo that someone else has uploaded with their letter. Sometimes things fall nicely into place on their own. But rarely. So we play with font style and size, and with combining some of the photos into groups. But that doesn’t always work. So, to accomplish that magical alignment of stars – I mean of content – we sometimes need to change the sequence of letters. That’s why we always ask our book organizers if we can resort to that step, if necessary.
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Recently, The Daily Hampshire Gazette run an article about FromABirdie. Thank you to the Gazette for this opportunity to showcase our growing business and a unique idea behind it!
Amherst business uses Internet technology to promote the art of letter-writing
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This week, Memorier.com, a division of FromABirdie.com, is launching a new pilot program. It involves collaboration with 15 funeral homes across the U.S., and will serve families offering them a unique opportunity to create on-line Life Capsule for their loved one, and to print a book of memories, stories, anecdotes, photographs and other memorabilia as a keepsake for family and friends. We extend our deepest gratitude to all the participants!
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On May 25th, FromABirdie delivered 112 books, 1902 letters, and 3314 pages to the teachers and staff at the Noor Ul Iman (NUI) school’s Staff Appreciation Lunch in NJ. The books of letters were coordinated by the extraordinary NUI PTO members. We are so thrilled and grateful to have had this opportunity, and hope to work on many future collaborations with PTOs and PGAs everywhere!
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