As a busy stay at home grand mother of five and an amateur freelance photographer, Terri Ramsey Beavers of terrislittlehaven.com, found an easy to use site to turn her photo’s into beautiful and memorable photo books.
My name is Terri and I am the owner of a product review and giveaway website named Terri’s Little Haven.
I asked if I could have the pleasure of being a guest blogger today because I wanted to share with you a fantastic photo book site that I’ve been using for years. It’s called shutterfly.com and I would love for you to view a really short video in just a minute, to show you how easy it is to make your own photo book.
There are a couple of things I want to point out about Shutterfly first. I store all of my photos in albums on there FREE. Their terms state that they will never delete a photo off of their site. I have some of my albums set for family to view. I have some set for friends to view. I can even go back in and make more copies of books in the event that something happens to any I’ve made. I’ve got photo albums stored on Shutterfly dating back to 2009 when I first discovered them.
Please watch this video.
Now, wasn’t that easy peasy? They really are fun to make. I’d like to show one of you just how easy it is to make a photo book, or perhaps a cookbook or even a quote book. The sky is the limit when it comes to making photo books.
One of you will win a Shutterfly hardback 8×8 20 page photo book with free shipping. If you live in the US and are 18+, all you have to do is mention something you learned in the above video, in a comment below (relevant comment please). The book code will expire on December 31, 2012, so if you won’t have the time to make a photo book by then, please pass the opportunity along to someone that will.
Thank you so much for the pleasure of your acquaintance and time.