I love looking at photos, regardless of whether they’re my own or someone else’s photos. I enjoy sharing the stories and wonderful memories I have for them. I have albums and albums of my daughter’s life and I am currently in the process of creating my son’s album to document his short life so far. I never get sick of them.
Photos tell a story and it is only natural for the photo books you create to tell a story to others. I recently had an opportunity to create a photo book through Shutterfly. I created a book that told the story of my children’s past year, which highlighted our favorite moments. Shutterfly has a Storytelling destination that provides customers with tips on how to best represent your stories and memories within photo books you create. These tips are provided by Shutterfly Chieft Storyteller, Heather Maddan. New content is presented each month. This month’s theme is “family storytelling” and more specifically, tips on sharing your family’s story through holiday photos is discussed.
As I mentioned previously, I was able to create a photo book of my own. I received an 8x8 photo book, which was a wonderful size and does not take up a great deal of room. It is a beautiful hard cover book. I chose the theme design called “Confetti”. The colors are so bright, which make my photos truly pop out. This photo book is perfect for keeping on our coffee table and my kids have been picking it up often to look over. The book was easy to create and I ended up purchasing a book to give to my mother for Christmas as well. By giving her this photo book, we are able to share such memorable times of her grandchildren's lives!
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*Disclaimer: I did not receive monetary compensation for this post. I received a free product for the purpose of this review. The opinions expressed here are my own.