Completing my Bucket List

Adding Your Memories to a Photo Book

For the last two years I’ve bought David a photo book from Photobox for Christmas.

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I love creating this as a way to look back over our adventures over the last year.  It’s amazing what can happen in a year, and how much you can forget about until you are reminded by the photos.

This year I went for the A4 Pro Lay Flat Book, which is definitely worth the extra cost over the books I’ve had in the past.

  • Printed using an IS WidePrint printer on Fuji Crystal Archive Lustre paper
  • Design your book with 26 to 90 pages
  • Printed using specialist Silver Halide printing process
  • Laminated hardcover
  • Arrives in a presentation box
  • Print your text on the spine

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Photo’s from Iceland
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Yosemite.img_2105

Halloween.  img_2109

and another 32 pages make up my photo book this year.  img_2111

With Photobox you can choose your book size, layout, paper quality and so much more.

PhotoBox quickly became the go-to service for photo printing and has been gaining speed ever since. PhotoBox has expanded into the personalised products market with the release of its leading range of photo books and the development of the exceptionally popular home décor range designed to answer the growing desire for more everyday personalisation. Since then, PhotoBox has broadened the personalisation possibilities by adding mobile apps and the ability to create products on a dedicated mobile studio.img_2113

Do you create a photo book to remember your bucket list adventures?

 

 

 

 

 

 

*I was provided this photo book by Photobox in exchange for this post, but as always all opinions are my own*

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