This post is sponsored by Aura Frames, and you’re going to be so happy you know about them after you read this post, especially with Mother’s Day coming up when you’re all “What do I get the woman who has everything?” Because I geeked out when I got my frame in the mail.
First, you need to know that I have a master’s degree in Photo Gifts. Well, not really, but if there was a college that offered study programs in my favorite subjects–Christmas, babies, cute shoes, miniature things, candy, rompers, gifts you make with photos–I’d absolutely have at least a minor in photo gifts. Photo gifts are the language of the heart. They win every gift-giving contest, especially with moms because everybody knows if you want to go straight to a mother’s emotional jugular, you give her a photo of her children.
Of course with my research in photo gifts, I thought I knew all the photo gifts that were out there. We know where to get the most beautiful photo books, what framing companies to use, and how to turn a photo into a mug, a mouse pad, a magnet, a journal and a jigsaw puzzle. But I had no idea that there’s a smart digital frame out there that’s not only aesthetically beautiful, but technologically advanced–like we’re talking George Jetson–so you don’t have to fiddle around with loading pictures on flash drives or deleting photos to make room for more. This gorgeous little work of art allows all your family members, no matter where they live, to upload their photos of kids and grandkids and cousins and nieces and nephews and all the people you love straight to your mama’s frame in her living room from an app on their phone, without her having to do a single thing.
Ladies and Gentlemen, you want to wow the moms this Mother’s Day? Get them an Aura Frame.
The frame itself is visually stunning–not the clunky old black plastic things we were all excited about when digital frames first came out. The Aura Frame has clean and simple lines, can fit in with numerous decor styles and comes in a number of finishes (we chose the ivory).
I’m super picky about screen quality when it comes to photo display, and the Aura Frame screen is crystal-clear perfection, auto dimming for the perfect brightness throughout the day and displaying photos as if they were framed prints (you’ll hardly notice a difference!).
The best part about the Aura Frame is how easy it is to share photos using the their simple app. Aura lets you drop in as many photos as you want (unlimited storage!) onto your mom’s frame–instantly, privately, and from anywhere in the world.
For so many moms out there who love seeing new photos of their family but get overwhelmed by social media, this is the ticket! Aura lets you share favorite memories with your loved ones privately, without putting everything on social media. You can invite your entire family to send photos to Mom’s frame, and there’s no limit to the number of people you invite or the number of photos an Aura can display.
So let’s say Little Lucy has a ballet recital in Idaho, but Grandma lives in Maine. You can upload photos of Lucy holding her flowers while the audience is still clapping, and Grandma will look up from her crossword puzzle in Maine two seconds later and see precious Lucy appear in her picture frame on the end table. And if her other grandkid, Max, has a baseball tournament in New Jersey that same night, his picture can appear right after Lucy’s. And Grandma never had to go on her computer or log onto some site “these millennials” use.
Aura perfectly married elegant design with cutting-edge technology and hit a home run in solving the “what to get Mom” dilemma this Mother’s Day. The Aura Frame is a great gift for multiple siblings to go in on and encourages everyone to share throughout the year. Moms love anything that brings the siblings together, so there you go–another point for you.
Get $50 off your Aura Frame through my special link here or using code KELLE50 at checkout.
And I didn’t convince you, maybe Ellen and Jennifer Garner can. Watch them gush about the Aura Frame too on Ellen: