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TinkandGoofy'sMom 12-06-2012 03:25 PM

Disney photobook
 
I am thinking of making a digital scrapbook for my MIL after our family trip in January. Would you recommend the Disney Photo Book? Was it easy to do? I'm not very computer literate LOL! I know the Disney one is expensive, but she is paying for the whole trip, so I don't mind paying more for the photo book if it is easy to do and will turn out nicely. I've never done digital scrapbooking before, just traditional. Thanks for any advice you can offer.

Reddy 12-06-2012 09:20 PM

I did the Disney one last trip - Richard claimed it
it was easy to do
if there is a journeling box on the page - add something or make sure you delete the "journeling goes here" (I think that is what it said)
you pick a main theme but you can change it out - I don't remember how now, it was over a year ago since I did it

dsneprincess 12-06-2012 09:49 PM

I didn't do the Disney one because we didn't have a ton of photopass pictures, but I have done 2 through Shutterfly. One for Disney, one for Legoland. I made 1 8x8, 1 is 12x12. I didn't find a whole lot of embellishments I liked, but I didn't have a lot of room for them either, as I like a LOT of pictures & journaling on a page. I liked their custom path, great background selection & picture layouts. Both times I was able to find free codes as well, so only paid shipping. I did both in less than 72 hours as I was at the expiring end of the coupon. I am pleased with both books.

Reddy 12-07-2012 07:14 AM

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Originally Posted by dsneprincess (Post 46872627)
I didn't do the Disney one because we didn't have a ton of photopass pictures, but I have done 2 through Shutterfly. One for Disney, one for Legoland. I made 1 8x8, 1 is 12x12. I didn't find a whole lot of embellishments I liked, but I didn't have a lot of room for them either, as I like a LOT of pictures & journaling on a page. I liked their custom path, great background selection & picture layouts. Both times I was able to find free codes as well, so only paid shipping. I did both in less than 72 hours as I was at the expiring end of the coupon. I am pleased with both books.

you can upload your own pics if you need to - I had several in my Disney book
shutterfly books are cheaper
I just didn't think you could add Mickey to them (is there a Mickey?? if so I may do more of them for boys)

dsneprincess 12-07-2012 03:46 PM

No Mickey. Snapfish does have Mickey calanders, but not sure about for photobooks. Honestly, I put so many pictures and journaling in mine, I think I used a couple popsicles & suns & that was all I had room for.

I didn't know I could upload MY pictures to Disney, thought I had to use Photopass. Thanks for the info. I will look into for our next trip.

BTW, I am in AWE of the layouts you post, Reddy.


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