Photo Books are what I made every 2 months for Lennox when she was a baby. I was never very good with baby books, but photo books I seemed to be able to keep up with. Lennox now has a shelf of books – full of pictures from her first few years of life. Lennox loves to “read” these books at bedtime. Seeing herself as a baby just amazes her! I hope she really enjoys all those pictures and books when she is an adult! I know I would.
I will admit though, I have fallen out of routine and haven’t made a book in a while. So recently, I started sifting through photos from all of 2013. That in itself is a big task, but once I narrowed it down, I was ready to make a book for all of 2013. A look back at 2013 for Lennox if you will. There are so many different places online that you can make and order books, but I settled on trying Snapfish this time.
The main reason I stuck with Snafish and the reason I will keep going back to Snapfish, is their new photo book product. A Lay-Flat book! Let me tell you, this book is awesome and takes Photo Books to a new level. The quality of the pages and photos are better – they won’t be torn easily by a little kid (eh hem.. LENNOX!), they make an even better coffee table book, the size is large (8″x11″) and overall – they are just great!
You can make one of these books easily online. You have the flexibility to customize it 100% or use on of their pre-designed themes where you just place photos into each page. I chose one that gave me a few pages, each month / season. This made it easier to organize and populate while creating the book!
This lay-flat Snipfish photo book is normally 20 pages, but right now they are offering 20 additional pages for free, making a total of 40 pages for only $29.99 with free shipping. Go create your own Snapfish photo book today!
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This post was created in partnership with Snapfish. All opinions are my own.