The Best Free Online Tool for Photo Editing, Collages and Graphic Design

Do you ever wonder how people create cool photos with text and graphics, make their own memes,  photo collages and cover photos for social media?  I have tried several different online photo tools and I have found one that is free, fun and user-friendly.

I now use this great site to create my own custom photos.  FotoJet is a free online tool you can use for graphic design, photo collage and photo editing*.  With FotoJet,  you can create posters, flyers, cards, invitations, social media posts, banners, or custom size your own design.  You can use their designs and templates set to the perfect size you need, or create your own just the way you like it.  I like to add my own photos and text for a unique and personalized photo.  Here are some examples of things I have created:

Facebook Cover Photo:

Instagram Photos or Memes

Or get creative with your photos by uploading them and adding text:

Have fun with your photos, create memories and special prints.  Help your business grow.  Try it out today!

“Turn your photos into works of art” at 

*You can upgrade to a FotoJet Plus account for access to more templates, fonts, and editing tools.  Thank you to FotoJet for providing me with a premium account to test.

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Personalized Sports Prints for Your Little Athlete

Do you have a child in your family who plays baseball, soccer, football, or hockey? I found these beautiful sports prints* that you can have personalized for your little athlete.  There is a set of four prints that you can have custom-made with the colours of your team and your little athlete’s name and number.

These prints make the perfect gift or custom design accent to add to your child’s room decor.  My boys were thrilled to see the prints in their hockey team colours.  We think they make great birthday gifts as well for any child who plays baseball, soccer, football, or hockey.  Do your children share a room? They even have prints available in which you can add two names.



To order your own set like this click here:

Hockey Fan Boy Room Decor

Or check out the baseball prints…

If your child is not into sports, don’t worry.  This site has something for everyone, from nursery decor to wedding ideas, gifts for all family members, and unique items for the home.  They have personalized maps, photo quotes, guestbooks, and pillows.

Check out 76th & Newbury’s website for more unique personalized gift ideas.

This is a sponsored post. Thanks to 76th & Newbury for these beautiful prints.

Waiting for Butterflies – Book Review

I highly recommend the book, “Waiting for Butterflies” by Karen Sargent. Once I started reading, I could hardly stop.

Have you ever been gifted a “sign” from a deceased love one?  I am reminded of the time we had a butterfly attend our wedding ceremony.  I have always believed it was a gift from my father-in-law, or a “hello from heaven” on our wedding day.  If you believe in the power of a mother’s love for her family, and a child’s innocence, you will enjoy this story.

A mother’s love never ends–not even when her life does.

 Longing for her family after her sudden death, Maggie returns home as a “lingering spirit” where she helplessly witnesses her family’s downward spiral in the aftermath of her passing.
Her husband is haunted by past mistakes and struggles to redeem himself. Her teenage daughter silently drowns in her own guilt, secretly believing she is responsible for her mother’s death. Only her five-year-old, full of innocence, senses her presence.
Although limited by her family’s grief and lack of faith, Maggie is determined to keep a sacred promise and salvage her family before her second chance runs out.
A tender portrait of a mother whose love reaches beyond possible, WAITING FOR BUTTERFLIES will embrace your heart and not let go.


Buy the book here:

Karen Sargent creates characters whose imperfect faith collides with real-life conflicts, taking readers on a journey through grace and redemption to discover enduring hope. A romantic element is woven within each story. In addition to writing inspirational novels, she blogs at The MOM Journey, where moms aren’t perfect and that’s perfectly okay. Her writing has been featured in Guidepost’s Angels on Earth magazine and on and, When she is not writing, she teaches high school and college English and resides in the beautiful Arcadia Valley with her husband and two daughters.

Thank you to Karen Sargent for my free copy of the book to review.  I truly enjoyed it!