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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Grandparents and Friends of Kinderstartin

If you would like to order photos from me go HERE for directions and prices.

Kinderstartin 4-5 Yr Old Class

Here are photos of the 4-5 Year Old Class. They were such troopers! There was a REALLY cold wind.  I am also offering the Year Book Poster for this class. It is an additional $5 with Photo Package 1 or 2. ($12 without a package purchase) Bring your order forms and checks (Payable to Mikki Grimley) to Arianne by Thursday (May 5).

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This is the Year Book Poster. Printed on 12x18. 




Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Kinderstartin 3-4 Year Olds

Here is the first Preschool Class. To order your photos fill out an order form and turn it into Arianne. Let me know if you have any questions! :)
This is such a cute group of kids and Arianne does a fabulous job with them. If you are interested in Kindergarten Readiness check out her site.






Check out the post below for information about a "Year Book" Poster. 

Just an Idea!

I thought it would be cute to make a poster (12x18) for the kids to sign their names below their picture, like a Year Book. I was thinking the kids could then hang it in their rooms or on their closet door. So... I am offering this poster for only $5 IF you ordered a photo package. ($12 if you did not order a package)

To order just write "Year Book" at the bottom of your Picture Order Form and add on $5. 
I am curious to see if any of you will be interested, I have a 3 year old so this came to me with her in mind. :) 

Monday, April 4, 2011

Country at Heart

 Senior shoots are so fun. It was great because she could switch outfits just while we were walking to the next spot. This first one is my FAVORITE. I think it is one of my new overall favorites, not just this shoot. I must be country at heart because I am loving the cowboy hat.







If you look close there are some brown and white blurs in the field... yep a herd of antelope. They were making some crazy noises.