The Perfect Mother’s Day Idea – Nixplay Iris Photo Frame 63

When you ask us Mothers, what we want for Mother’s Day, you will often just hear a lie in and a home made card.  Truth be told, it can be really hard to find an appropriate mothers day gift, but I think I have found it with The Nixplay Iris Photo Frame.

We have had a digital photo frame before, bit wow the technology has really moved on and the Nixplay Iris Wifi Cloud Frame is amazing.  Basically, it means that you can upload photo’s directly to the frame on wifi over the cloud from your computer, phone or tablet and from apps such as facebook and Instagram.

The 8inch silver silk metal finish frame we received is really well made and designed and looks great in our room.  The photo’s really pop on the high-resolution display and look amazing no matter what time of the day it is as the frame comes with a light sensor that adjusts the screen brightness depending on the ambient light levels in the room ensuring that you get clear and vivid images. We uploaded pictures taken professionally, taken on my point and shoot camera and also on my phone and they all looked fabulous.

It took me all of 6 minutes to set up the photo frame.  I didn’t even open up the booklet.  All you need to do is plug in the frame and follow the onscreen instructions.  Yes, it walks you through it all in picture and video format.  This makes is ideal for any generation.

We have really benefitted from having a digital photo frame in our living room.  We took 15 minutes or do to upload over 300 images to it.  it is such a talking point, not just for visitors, but for us as a family too.  We have been reliving memories and talking about where we were when specific images come up.


What really makes a Nixplay Iris the ability to invite family and friends to send photos directly to your frame. You can do this with the web app (above) or via an IOS or android app.  We are always being asked by my in-laws for new images of the boys and the Nixplay Iris has totally solved that problem.  Our plan is to give my Mother in Law the frame for Mothers Day and to upload images on to it on a regular basis.  We are also going to give my Brother-in-law all the details, so he can share directly to the frame too.  That way she always has up to date images of all her grandchildren.  In fact, she can have up to 1100 images on the frame.

But what about turning it on and off you ask?  Well no need to worry about that as you can set up a schedule and also it has an activity sensor and automatically turns on and off conserving power.  I really can not find anything negative to say about this innovative photo frame.  We love it.

I am delighted to have teamed up with Nixplay to giveaway a Nixplay Seed Photo frame.
Nixplay Digital Photo Frame

You can also grab a 20% discount, as they have a Mother’s Day Sale.  20% off all frames in the Nixplay Shop with the voucher below

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63 thoughts on “The Perfect Mother’s Day Idea – Nixplay Iris Photo Frame

  • lucy higgins

    my favourite is one of me, my mum and my brother and sisters at weston super mare when we were little. I remember it was such a fun day, we had a day off school and went on the train to the seaside

  • Deborah Sheppard

    My favourite is of my mums 80th last year, me and my sister had not spoken for a year, but we all got together for mum then we made up and had a lovely family photo taken

  • tracy k nixon

    It is a family phot and has my parents, me and my three siblings and all our children – so three generations.

  • jo liddement

    My favourite family photo is one taken with my husband,myself and our children taken whilst on holiday in the Lake District on the shores of Derwent Water

  • Susan Smith

    Have a family photograph which has four generations together, it has the Great Grandmother, the Grandmother, the Son and Daughter and their children, it is really a beautiful photo, one which i will cherish


    One of my boys when they were toddlers, we don’t seem to have many photos, would love one of the 3 grandchildren together

  • Lorna Ledger

    I split up with my daughters dad when she was 20 months old, sadly the only photo I have of her of a baby is of her at about 4 months old, oh but what a photo! She is smiling and has a beautiful face, she is 16 now and that photo is so precious to me x

  • Rachel

    I think it has to be a photo of my dad with my son when he was just a few weeks old. My dad died shortly afterwards so it’s special for that reason.

  • Donna Caldwell

    My favourite family photo is us all standing in the kitchen , ones doing bunny ears behind their dads head the other two are pushing and shoving trying to get their pose right and me and their dad are just standing smiling . I feel it sometimes describes us to a T

  • Sadiyya Maryam

    The photo of my husband and I taking my daughter home from the hospital when she was born. We both look exhausted, emotional but with huge smiles. As we had waited so many years with multiple miscarriages and fertility problems that we were dreaming of this day for so long. I still look at this picture and count my blessings everyday.

  • Isabel O

    I have a lovely black and white photo taken of my dear dad holding me when I was a baby. I treasure it a lot as I don’t have a lot of photos of him and he died when I was 14.

  • Kimberley Ryan

    one of my favourites was taken at my parents 40th wedding anniversary party. It is one of the only pictures showing my parents, my childen, siblings, nieces and nephews

  • Anthea Holloway

    Our favourite family photograph is the one of us sitting around after Christmas dinner, half of us are asleep and the rest are looking a bit dazed!

  • Sandra Fortune

    Have lots of nice ones it’s hard to choose but loving one at the moment of my 3 year old grandson he’s beautiful his eyelashes are so long they hit his eyebrows he’s so cute x

  • Victoria Prince

    My favourite family photograph is one we took one Christmas, with three generations plus dog! 🙂

  • Ursula Hunt

    We all went on a last minute weekend in a caravan, the phot is all of us together in an informal shot after a fun bbq, we are all really laughing

  • Kim Neville

    A photo of my kids on our holiday in Rhodes by the pool with the mountains behind them

  • Lauren Old

    It was taken at a cousin’s wedding a few years back, a really sunny day and we’re all wearing our smartest clothes!

  • Laura Pritchard

    One of all 4 generations of my family in one place at my parents’ 60th birthday party!

  • Collette Mackey

    One where everyone is looking in the same direction at the same time lol, I don’t ask for much

  • Angela L Paull

    We’ve got a fab photo of me, the 5 year old and my parents all dressed up in Victorian clothes from a visit to Morwelham Quay 18 months ago – we look like we’re having the best of times!

  • Martina Alban

    our first camping holiday when our tent collapsed just when we were trying our first self with selfie stick

  • Sandra Fortune

    My fave is a picture of my little Grandson he’s my only grandchild he’s just 3 I have lots of him. He’s on the autism spectrum but he’s just so beautiful in every way.

  • Patricia Avery

    My grandchildren all live 100+ miles away so we rarely see them all together. My favourite picture is of them all five years ago just after the youngest was born 🙂

  • Chris Fletcher

    Mine is one from when I was a kid in France, we’d been driving all day and it was about 30 degrees and everyone was in a bad mood- then we drove past a big sunflower field and my Mum got us all out for a photo – it is a classic as we are all lined up with the grumpiest looks on our faces except for my Mum on the end with a big beaming smile! It always makes us laugh

  • Susan Williams

    My favourite family photograph is of my parents, on their wedding day. I love to show it off to friends and family, as it holds a special place in my heart.

  • Kim Webster-Marsh

    My favourite is with the 5 (Me,Hubby & 3 Children) of us enjoying a fantastic holiday together.

  • Vicky Allum

    I won a trip to meet David Beckham in Madrid, the photo we had taken is one of my favourites 🙂

  • Nancy Bradford

    I have a photo of my three children together that always makes me smile when I look at it.

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