Creating Christmas Photo Books with Guest Bloggers!

We’ve teamed up with some of our favourite Parent bloggers to celebrate all things Christmas. Whether you’re looking to create a Photo Book as a Christmas gift, or for yourself to cherish your most treasured Christmas traditions, we have some time-saving tips to help!

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Tip 1. from MummyDaddyMeMake the most of the different layouts available, they’ll simplify the creation process.

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Final verdict: Ours arrived and the girls and I wasted no time looking at the photos and laughing at the memories… It is such a lovely gift for Christmas (or any time of the year for that matter) and we will be definitely ordering some more for all the other members of the family.”

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Tip 2. from The Reading Residence: Cut the creation time in half with autofill!

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Final verdict: “Every page feels nice and thick and the photos have come out exactly as I had them on my computer with just the right colours and there’s a smooth glossy feel to each page. I am impressed, so much so that I’ve decided to buy some more as gifts.”

CREATE YOUR OWN PHOTO BOOK.

Tip 3. from Susan K. MannUpload your photos from your computer, Instagram, Flickr or Facebook. Each photo will be date-stamped making it easier to create your book in chronological order.

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Final verdict: “The holidays are a great time of year to reflect on the year past and take in those memories, this is why I think a memory book like this is a perfect gift for a child, parent, aunt, grandparent or even to yourself… when it arrived, it brought tears to my eyes. So much so, I went on and ordered additional copies of this book for both sets of Grandparents for their Christmas.”

CREATE YOUR OWN PHOTO BOOK.

Tip 4 from The Gingerbread House: Plan the contents of the Photo Book before you begin.

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Final verdict: “I made sure to include photos from when the kids were born so there’s a great selection from the last 8 years and they love looking through it. I love watching them look at the photos and listen to them talk about some of their favourite Christmas memories.”

CREATE YOUR OWN PHOTO BOOK.

Tip 5 from Looking for The Postman: Collect photos throughout the year for a ‘Year in Review’ photo book, you’ll love looking through the keepsakes for years to come. 

Photo Book inspiration from Guest Bloggers!

Final verdict: “I’m very, very happy with the end product. The process was so easy and quick, and it arrived within a couple of days. There were so many different templates to pick from, and I’m happy – not only with the quality of the book – but that it looks exactly the way that I designed it.”

CREATE YOUR OWN PHOTO BOOK.

We think these top tips from our Parent Bloggers are great, what do you think? Do you have any photo book creation tips you can share?

If you decide to create your own Photo Book, we’d love to see! Share your projects with us on Instagram using #SnapfishUK.

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