Thursday, October 25, 2007

Turn a Stack of Photos Into a Book!

I happened upon a company today that makes books out of your digital or physical photos. You send them a stack of same size photos and they bind them into a cool little book and mail it back to you. As far as I can tell, it looks like it costs $30 and up. This is a really neat gift idea and would also be a great thing to do with collections of special photos that haven't yet made their way into albums.

Go to and check it out if your photos are begging for some attention.


Jenn said...

I know this is off topic, but i saw you on annie's site. I graduated '98 in between your sis and bro. Hubby and I used to live in Arlington and alexandria. I was even in falls church for a time. Enjoy Nova. I miss it, except for traffic and expensive housing.

Melissa said...

Nice to meet a Wellsville graduate who has enjoyed living in Northern Virgina like I do. I love it here with the exception of the traffic and expensive housing! Thanks for visiting my blog! I hope you enjoyed it and keep coming back.


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