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Take a look around at some of the books I’ve created for clients and my own family…
Making a family yearbook is one of the more daunting book projects one can take on, so perhaps this explains why even IView full post »
Not sure what I’m more excited about this month, all of the snow and rain we’ve been enjoying here inView full post »
Over the holiday break I was asked what my favorite completed personal project was in 2016. In the photo book category,View full post »
I’ve had a few questions about the process of adding a QR code to a photo book so today I’m sharing a quickView full post »
Another Christmas book I can now share!
Hawaii + family+ college friends + basketball = a winningView full post »
Christmas morning found several families opening these beautiful albums showcasing their epic summerView full post »
Another book ready to be wrapped up under the tree to help this sweet family relive a magical Maui vacation…View full post »
One lucky client has Christmas all wrapped up for their family, sibling and parents…
Wishing you all luck on yourView full post »
Gave a little love to my shelves recently…
A little white + black + 🌿 with a focus on my photoView full post »
Added another album to the annual yearbook stack for a favorite client recently. I love working with repeat customersView full post »
This morning I added the 14th and final elementary school photo book to the shelf.
Designed by both me and other moms,View full post »
When your puppy develops a taste for photo books….
…and you can easily reprint, and even improve on, aView full post »
I love when my clients approach me in January to get those New Year resolutions underway! This family yearbook was oneView full post »
Raise your hand if “make a family/travel/baby photo book” has been on your personal to-do list for, oh, years?View full post »
Just reprinted this gorgeous 12×12 family book in time for the holidays. The original book received enough extraView full post »
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