Memories always make the best gifts, even for those “hard to buy for” people on your list. Where else can you make a priceless gift for an affordable price? We always seem to be hopping at Leave A Legacy but during the Holiday season we start double timing! Need some ideas?
- Check out our Holiday Gift Guide, or our past blog posts (there is a search tool on the right side) or better yet bring in your old media (or give us a ring) and we’ll share some creative ideas for your specific collection.
Leave A Legacy believes that everyone has a story to tell, that our lives are finite and priceless and that not just one person should be the holder of all the family memories and we are here to help you do just that.
Be Inspired! Here are some of the interesting memories we preserved last month.
Scanned in a bunch of stereo slides and saved them to flash drives for this client from Virginia. Glad to help them share the family memories!
Had a client send us some jaz discs to us from Cairo to transfer the information to a flash drive…..Cairo, Nebraska that is!
We picked up all of Gary and Judi’s albums and files from their home for scanning. It was a truck load. Each album was saved into its own digital folder. Now we are making all of the digital images into nice, new, much thinner books. They started the project because they are moving soon and don’t have room for all of the original albums.
Keri brought in numerous family heritage photo albums and air mail letters for us to scan and save to a flash drive making a separate digital folder for each album/box.
Jim brought in his old family home movies into Leave A Legacy in a metal tackle box. Last time he brought films in a Mr. Coffee box. I love these unique containers. We will give him digital files of each of his films.
This slideshow project came in recently. I love the unique container! Who knew that saran wrap containers are just the right size for slides? We will scan in all of their slides from their trip to Italy in the 80’s and make a DVD slideshow of all of the images.
Janet brought in her 50′ reels of films in this cute little duck tin container to be transferred to digital files. I love all of the fun and unique containers that contain priceless memories.