Friday Finds | December 21, 2012

by Kim Taylor

Here’s a look at some fun finds around the web in the last week or two.

Foldify wins my vote for creating the best app you never knew you needed – This genius app lets you create 3-D figures on your device—if you can draw it with your finger, you can create it—then print, fold and voila!


Google’s Santa Tracker steps it up this year – Want Santa to make a personal call to your children?  Just send a message between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.  Can’t make that time-frame, Santa will send personal messages on Google+ or by email 24 hours a day!  Where was this when I was a kid??

Still worried about Instagram’s new Terms of Service? lets you connect your Instagram account and easily export out all of your photos.  Now you don’t have to lose all of those high-contrast photos with the X-Pro II filter.

And speaking of exporting – Twitter announced this week that they’re rolling out an archive feature that allows users to download every tweet ever sent.  How long do you think it’ll take me to download more than 10,000?!

In case you missed it, the 2013 Pantone color of the year has been revealed – Just in time for the holidays – Emerald is the new ”it” color.  And, I have to hand it to beauty brand, Sephora, if it weren’t for their collaboration with Pantone, I might miss this each year.

Miss out on holiday carolers at your house this year? – Stella Artois has you covered with a brilliant holiday campaign. 

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