I suspect that many of you are like me … with their children’s photos sitting around as electronic files on a variety of devices — phones, tablets, laptops. Digital photography has its reams of benefits, but it makes me cringe just thinking about all the unorganized photos I have hidden in every electronic device I own.
I used to do a lot of scrapbooking. But haven’t done any really since Max was born back in 2008. So I’ve been strongly considering accepting my failure as a scrapbooker and moving to photo books. I have some friends who’ve created photobooks as wedding albums and still others who do one annually to gather the special memories of the year. I’ve always been impressed with the quality but intimidated by (a) actually figuring out how to use the software, and (b) actually finding the photos and getting them in a semblance of order.
So here’s the challenge: I will create a photobook if you do too!
So let’s do it! So many ideas … from scanning old family photos for generations to come to creating memory books for your kids to have when they have families of their own …
So what is Blurb? Blurb is a creative publishing platform that lets users can create their own high quality print/ebooks via Blurb’s free online and downloadable bookmaking tools. And I, for one, am looking forward to trying it out!
- Visit the Blurb website and then come back and leave a comment below for me letting me know what kind of book you’d like to create.
- I will pick a winner from random draw next Monday and announce the winner by 6pm here on the blog.
What you will win:
- A CAD $50 discount will be applied toward your product total. Valid for printed books only. Offer valid through December 31, 2012.