Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The photo book I've been working on.

I had posted before about the deal with Shutterfly to get a free photobook.  I spent some time (maybe 6 hours or so?) and made what I would call a yearbook for 2010.  We did a lot of things, but only one (the trip to DC) warranted its own photobook.  So what do you do with pictures from all the other weekends?  From the games and the cookouts and the get-togethers?  Make a yearbook...

Turn your favorite photos into a photo book at

FYI - it ended up costing me about $16.  Have to pay for shipping, and the deal was to get $30 off the cost of a book that cost at least $30...  Oh well, better price than if it was full price, and I've been wanting to do this for a while!

And I still need to make a photo book of our Alaskan Honeymoon...


  1. Very nice photo book. I keep saying I need to do this because all the pictures are just on my computer except for a very few that I print out to show at work.

    Do you know that I haven't put a picture in a photo album since Erin was about 4 years old. :(:(:(

    I'm a baaaaaaaddddd mother...would definitely never win "Mother of the Year"! :(

    Last year for Christmas, Walgreens was running a special on calendars. So for Christmas I made a desktop calendar of pictures from 2011 and got 3 for each of the kids and one for us! It sits on my dishwasher where I can see it every day! I think I'm going to do it again this year! :)

  2. Tina scrapbooked a calendar for me one year when Nathan was little. I still have it. I love photo calendars! I'm going to be using an Alaska calendar next year, I believe...