Adam & Jenn Photography | A Husband + Wife Photo Team » A husband and wife photo team located in lower Alabama serving the gulf coast

During the month of November thousands of men around the world start to grow champion mustaches!! why?! They are all raising awareness for Men’s health (specifically those with cancer) Go here to find out more.

Well Moose thought it would be a great idea to raise awareness for his buddies too since frenchies do have a history of health issues. His “stache” is in and he’s ready to show it off.

 

Send us pics of your mustaches if you are growing one for the month of Movember.

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What kid doesn’t like eating their first birthday cake(and getting it all to themselves)!!? We had such a fun time watching Camdyn chow down and stick her entire face into an icing covered birthday cake.

enjoy…

After a few birthday pictures we brought out the cake and let Camdyn take over!!

Happy Birthday Camdyn!!

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  • Jenna Darby - I Love these!!! Too cute that she has cake in her eyelashes!!ReplyCancel

  • Sylvia Flint - How fun is that!!!Did you get any on the camera? HaHaReplyCancel

  • Betty Parliaris - Beautiful pictures of a beautiful baby!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Yvette Larrimore - OMGosh this brings back so many memories! So adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra & Collin - SOOO cute! Now, I want to smash a cake up too!ReplyCancel

  • Angie Donellan - These are precious!! She is beautiful! !!ReplyCancel

  • Kim - She is so cute, love the pics!ReplyCancel

  • Sherry - Too cute!ReplyCancel

  • Amy Edmondson - I love this picture with her little tongue sticking out. Those kind of pictures are hard to get… She is a pretty little girl!ReplyCancel

  • Melanie - This is so adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Angel - Love all of them!! Adam and Jenn ROCK!ReplyCancel

  • Judy Lewis - My Grandbaby is Beautiful!!!ReplyCancel

  • Joy - So stinking cuteReplyCancel

  • ensley - Fun fun fun shoot )ReplyCancel

  • Staci - Beautiful MIRACLE 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Wilkinson - She is soo precious!!!ReplyCancel

  • celeste collins - Great Pictures!!ReplyCancel

  • Carla Pugliese - CHOCOLATE CAKE? YUMMY!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Carla Pugliese - CHOCOLATE CAKE? YUMMY!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Griffith - She is just to beautiful….love the cake pictures – great idea and great model!!!ReplyCancel

  • Aunt Jenny - She really knows how to enjoy her Birthday Cake!! Little Doll!ReplyCancel

  • Anna Burkhalter - What a little cutie-pa-tootie !ReplyCancel

  • Brandi King - You guys are AWESOME! Love the pics of Camdyn!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Rosanna ALlen - These pictures are so beautiful! What a great way to remember such a special event!ReplyCancel

  • Becky Pilkington - she is precious!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Baggett - Adorable!!! Camdyn is soo cute!!! Love them all!ReplyCancel

  • Aunt Rita (Rita Patrick) - Jenn, As always, you and Adam have outdone yourselves! These pics are adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Ty Lewis - Hahahaahhahaha i love these!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Williamson - Precious!ReplyCancel

  • Gigi - My sweet baby girl!! Love them!!ReplyCancel

  • Aunt Teenie - I love these and this guhl!!!ReplyCancel

I finally had a little me time this weekend to get some things done around the house and work on a project I have been waiting too long to start on!! We needed a new prop for photo shoots aka a new piece of furniture for the living room, when I ran across an ottoman that I LOVED on pinterest and couldn’t afford, I thought I would tackle making one on my own.

I found the base for the ottoman behind my dad’s barn, just waiting to be turned into a piece of Flint furnture!! I gathered all the other pieces I needed from local craft stores and fabric shops. Only 45.00 for supplies compared to my online option of 900.00. Once I had all the pieces to the puzzle, I started working..(with a lot of help from Adam) 🙂

After scrubbing all the dirt off of the old wash bucket. We started building the top for the ottoman. Adam cut the wood in a perfect circle and we covered it with 3 inches of foam and some batting to round the corners.

This next part was my favorite!! Who knew making fabric covered buttons could be so easy and FUN! All you have to do is cut out the pattern that comes on the back of the package and push it into the mold then snap on the back…a button is created!!

The next step was very time consuming and very frustrating. I watched a hundred you tube videos on how to tuft furniture and finally came up with my own version that worked for me. I drilled the holes in the wood where I wanted the buttons to go then threaded the button pulled it through with a LONG needle and tied and secured the other side of the wood with some random buttons that I found around the house.

After the tufting was completed. We finished upholstering the top of the ottoman. Around 100 staples later we had a finished product!! I am in love, I don’t think the pictures do it any justice!

It’s the perfect size for Moose!

Still trying to decide if I should add some upholstery tacks around the bottom of the fabric for an extra touch? Any opinions?

 

Until next time.

a+j

 

 

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  • Betty Parliaris - Taht is so cool!! Great Job!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jenna DArby - I am so impressed Jenn!! I love it!! Moose looks like he does too!!ReplyCancel

  • Sylvia Flint - I really love it! Again the Flint team works together to create something great…I do vote for the upholstery tacks though. It would finish it off nicely….ReplyCancel

  • Cassandra & Collin - Great idea! It is perfect for Moose!ReplyCancel

  • Smithb742 - Your style is really unique compared to other folks I’ve read stuff from. dkkdeffaaeakbeggReplyCancel

Another great love story unfolded in front of our cameras last week. We got a chance to know this cute couple at their engagement photo shoot a few days before they said “I DO”. (wedding pictures to follow) With all the love in the air, there is no need for a story their faces tell it all!!

enjoy…

Congrats to Max and Laura…and minimus!!

until next time,

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  • Sylvia Flint - I love the way you set this up! Very nice approach!ReplyCancel