I love Instagram. I don’t know a single person who doesn’t, but what exactly do you do with all these meticulously styled photos run through beautiful filters? When I heard Blurb could produce an Instagram Photo Book, I jumped right on it.
Blurb’s easy to use Instabook interface pulls all of your Instagram photos directly from your account. Auto design allows you to print the book as is, you can make use of the pre-styled templates to drag-and-drop photos to design each page individually – you can even add a title and caption text.
I opted to upgrade my cover to a Linen Hard Cover with a Dust Jacket and my paper choice to Premium Matte Finish (I think it gives it a nice professional look & feel).
And you know what? This type of book would make the perfect gift this holiday season – such a unique way to preserve and showcase your memories for years to come. Why not give the grandparents a family photo book filled with pictures of their grandchildren. Or a recipe book to your sister who is forever calling you, asking how to make your famous mashed sweet potatoes. Even your husband would benefit from a photo planner (make sure to write your birthday and anniversary in it before handing it over.)
Interested? Well you’re in luck – Blurb is offering my readers 25% off your total book order* so you can test out the online self-publishing platform for yourself, and create a personalized gift in time for the holidays.
Use Code: HOLIDAYTHANKS
But hurry, this sale ends Monday December 3rd! And to receive your new photobook by Christmas you’ll need to order by December 10th.
The Fine Print:
*This offer is good for 25% off your product total up to a max discount of $250 USD, CAD & AUD, or 150 Euros. Each code may only be used once per user and on books made by you. Offer expires at 11.59pm (local time) on Monday 3rd December 2012. Offer may not be used in conjunction with any other offers, volume discounts or retroactively applied to any previous orders.
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