photobooks

(10 Posts)
Mytwobeautifulgirls Sun 13-Jan-13 18:30:49

hiya has anyone done a online photobook like the ones that Tesco do?
are they easy to do? and did they turn out nice.
I'm planning on giving them to my dd2 godparents as gifts.
ta smile

SquidgyMummy Sun 13-Jan-13 18:46:46

I did some on snapfish, when DS was born. They are lovely!

Dh did me one for Christmas, also on snapfish. It's beautiful.

DianaTrent Sun 13-Jan-13 19:39:08

I do them often. I normally use bonusprint as I like their software and have never been disappointed. I always wait for a good offer though or it is expensive.

mrsfassbender Sun 13-Jan-13 19:42:04

I did one recently on photobox and it was beautifully finished. If you put all the photos you want in the book in one folder on your PC and then upload in one go, it will arrange them into a photobook for you and then you can just fiddle and edit it if necessary. It wasn't cheap (about £35 I think) but I thought it was worth it as it was a gift and it did come out looking so professional. They do cheaper versions on that site as well.

Mytwobeautifulgirls Sun 13-Jan-13 19:55:08

thanks ladies I'll take a look.

Mytwobeautifulgirls Sun 13-Jan-13 19:59:26

Tesco seems to be so cheap £9.50 unlimited photos. will look at bonus

SquidgyMummy Mon 14-Jan-13 09:55:18

I am just having a look at the tescos book, it is really cheap and also it seems you can work on it off-line.
The only thing I would say is that snapfish has a hige selection of lovely backgrounds, so the finished book was really pretty. I also waited for special offeres. in february 2 years ago, I got 50% off the book

SquidgyMummy Mon 14-Jan-13 09:56:21

*huge

Mytwobeautifulgirls Mon 14-Jan-13 19:26:59

did u that was a bargain I'll keep a look out for some deals

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