Saturday, December 26, 2009

Caroline the Collie Helping to Ring in the New Year




Now that the holidays are over and I'm almost caught up with all my holiday dog portraits...I took some playtime and made this New Year's Eve tag. I use a gorgeous Collie named Caroline that I photographed during the Teagarden Pet Salon holiday portrait days. You can see more of her photos at my PhotoReflect site.


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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Teagarden Pet Salon - Dog Christmas Portraits




Talk about pampered pups...Teagarden Pet Salon....owned by Linda Teagarden...opened her grooming and teaching salon up to Frankz Paw Printz to treat her clients to Christmas Holiday Portraits. The first day was cancelled due to the blizzard, but we were able to get in there the next week. Well, the first day went so well, Linda asked us back again on Thursday. But even after that, we had so much fun and everyone really enjoyed the portraits, we added a third day.

I've posted a YouTube of all the pets. Feel free to post it to your sites. The actual portraits can be viewed at my Photoreflect site. On that site you can order all kinds of items as well as Christmas cards for next year. Make sure you check out my Zazzle site for product items I've created from these photos. If there is anything special I can create for you....all you need to do is let me know.

PS...if you listen to the music on this video...be sure to stop the other music player in the right side column.



If you are a shop owner...grooming, pet supply, shelter, veterinarian...etc and would like to offer your clients a day or days or a week of portraits... feel free to contact Renae. We have backdrops for each season and all the holidays. With Valentine's Day and Mother's Day coming up...now is the time to book!


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RIACC - Holiday Pet Portraits with Santa

We called and all the Reindogs came. The Rock Island Animal Care and Control Center had a very successful Open House. Santa took time out of his busy schedule to pose with each and every pet and child. After the portraits were taken, the kids were able to make their own frame to hold their precious photos of their pet...I'd say dog, but we had cats and a Guinea Pig too!

Ten dogs were also adopted this day! New Christmas homes ....

I've posted a YouTube of all the pets. Feel free to post it to your sites. The actual portraits can be viewed at my Photoreflect site. On that site you can order all kinds of items as well as Christmas cards for next year. Make sure you check out my Zazzle site for product items I've created from these photos. If there is anything special I can create for you....all you need to do is let me know.

PS...if you listen to the music on this video...be sure to stop the other music player in the right side column.



If you are a shop owner...grooming, pet supply, shelter, veterinarian...etc and would like to offer your clients a day or days or a week of portraits... feel free to contact Renae. We have backdrops for each season and all the holidays. With Valentine's Day and Mother's Day coming up...now is the time to book!


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Sunday, December 6, 2009

Christmas Ribbon Tree - Doberman & Chinese Crested

Still playing with Christmas designs....I had done a vertical version of this one earlier, but when I took this holiday photo today of Sheeba, our Chinese Crested and Rocky, our Doberman...I couldn't resist turning it horizontal and putting them into it.


Then I had to add some animation to it....love the bling!






I also made this one into a template that you can upload your own photo into. Jump over to www.zazzle.com/FrankzPawPrintz* and check it out.


You'll find many more of my Seasons greetings greeting cards at Fine Art America.

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

White Poinsettas Holiday Card

After talking with one of the ladies that had brought her dogs to the RIACC "Paws in the Parking Lot" event, I started playing around with one of the images of her dogs Archie and Nellie. I wanted to make a Christmas Card using her dogs, but the background they were photographed in .... just wasn't working. So, I lifted their image and placed it into this design. BTW...I can also put your pet into this design...just ask!

This was the original photo that I lifted the dogs from.


I also made this blank frame that anyone can upload one of their favorite photos into. You can get this at www.zazzle.com/frankzpawprintz*  This has been updated to 2011.


You can find many more xmas greeting cards at Fine Art America.


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