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    Default Photo books

    Who makes good photo books.. Apart from the normal Kmart Harvey Norman etc...

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    iBook from apple

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    Creative Memories do top quality photobooks, they cost a lot more, but for a long term special keepsake it's worth the extra $$s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    Creative Memories do top quality photobooks, they cost a lot more, but for a long term special keepsake it's worth the extra $$s.
    Yes I want a good quality one that has good layout designs.. How much on average?

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    We have a Snapfish one, it is fairly good for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristybabe View Post
    Yes I want a good quality one that has good layout designs.. How much on average?
    Not sure exactly, they sell them through consultants with the software to make the book layouts, you can alter the layouts to fit your project or do your own from scratch.

    They're finger print proof and have sewn bindings so the pages don't fall out. I do most of my small gifts through Snapfish, but if I have a special project I do it through Creative Memories.

    Check out their website and get a consultant to contact you. My consultant is awesome, if I have a project she will help me get it done, give me inspiration, holds workshops. It's great.

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    Blurb...and you can Google for voucher codes to make it 15% cheaper or more.

    Momento is good but $$$.

    Kikki K ones are gorgeous but haven't tried them yet.


 

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