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Photo Calendars....Where From??

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CDMforever Fri 21-Oct-11 10:26:32

Want to make a calendar with photos by my 13yo DS for the grandparents.

I'm not very IT savvy so an easy website would be best!

WaitingForMe Fri 21-Oct-11 10:36:45

I saw some in the Works the other day for (I think) £1.99. Might be worth a try unless you're set on doing it online.

chocolategal Fri 21-Oct-11 10:49:41

I like vistaprint, pretty straightforward and you can add birthdays, anniversarys etc.
They normally have deals on nearer Christmas.

moajab Fri 21-Oct-11 13:13:44

I do mine at Snapfish - they have a half price offer on at the moment. You can have up to three photos per page and also add other photos to individual dates like birthdays etc. There is a good choice of designs. I buy them every year for grandparents and great grandparents and they're excellent quality.

mogs0 Fri 21-Oct-11 14:48:40

I bought some blank calendars a few years ago to use as birthdays calendars. I printed off my own photos and glued them onto each page. They looked fab (mine is still hanging in my kitchen) and ended up being quite a bit cheaper than the online printed ones.

Quenelle Fri 21-Oct-11 15:00:22 do them and have a very user-friendly site.

thatboysmum Fri 21-Oct-11 16:20:46

You can upload photos's to kodak gallery and then put them onto a calendar. They print and send it to you in the post.

celebmum Fri 21-Oct-11 17:09:50

Vista print is easy enough and as chocolatgal says the do offers... Photo calendars are currently 99p!!! Few quid postage tho x grin

Yorky Fri 21-Oct-11 17:23:03

We've used vistaprint for the last 4 Christmases, not original blush but always well received

ADealingMummy Fri 21-Oct-11 17:55:55

We have used Truprint for the past four years .
The calender is big and glossy , I always give it to DH for christmas.

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