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Spreading the Memories 

As you know I have recently had my second son, little Dexter. This has meant that I am even more snap happy than usual, filling up my phone with thousands of photographs, to go with the thousands there are of Freddie documenting his every breathing moment. 

That’s fine, I mean who doesn’t overdose on pictures of their kids, but realistically I don’t look at them, I may use some on a blog post, on social media or show some to family and friends but for the most part they sit on my camera roll waiting to be rediscovered in a few months to evoke memories of the kids being dinky.

However, I was given the chance to review some gorgeous print options from Cheerz, a photograph printing website that allows you to create some gorgeous twists on your images to display in real life format.


I went for the 8cm x 10cm retro prints option as I want to display my prints in bunting style on my landing.

As well as a range of prints, posters and calendars, there is a fab memory box option which contains a set amount of credits for you to fill at your desire, such as your babies first year, really good idea for a new baby gift. You can even have your images made into photo magnets and that’s definitely something I will try next time!

The website is super easy to use but for added convenience I used the Cheerz app.

It’s quick to select what photos you want to print and with the retro option you can add text to the bottom of each print, perfect for documenting a baby first!


The photos arrive quickly (you can add a faster post option if you can’t wait!) and they come in the most gorgeous little package!


As you can see they look so clean and crisp and will really enhance our wall space- how would you display the retro prints?

I have had a breeze using the Cheerz app and the online support is there in a flash if you should need it.

I have already accumulated another few orders worth of prints of the boys that I simply MUST get on the wall..!

We were sent this product in return for an honest review. All words & pictures are my own.

18 thoughts on “Spreading the Memories 

  1. Oh these retro prints are so cute! I love that they look like the old Polaroid prints. I have some thin twine and miniature pegs stuck in a drawer unused (a spur of the moment craft stall buy) that would be perfect for hanging photos like this.

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