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I love taking photos, but unfortunately there is only limited space for canvases and frames on my wall. As I don’t want to let precious memories, captured in a photo, rot away on my laptop, I often collect them in photo books. They are quick and easy to do as most services offer an online editor or downloadable software and the results are amazing. I also often make photo books for my family and friends. They are such a popular present and a creative and personal way to remember a fun day out or special occasions such as weddings, birthdays or holidays.

To give you the chance to create your very own photo book, I have teamed up with Blurb, who quite literally print photo books in bookshop quality. With Blurb, you’ll find all the tools you need to make your own photo book in one place, whether you’re making a personalised wedding book, a cookbook, a baby book, a travel photo book or even a blog book – an option I am particularly interested in. Blurb offers a great range of choices from Hardcover photo books to Softcover paperbacks in an array of book sizes. There are even special Facebook and Instagram designs available!

If you want to win a £35 Blurb voucher, which allows you to create your very own photo book, fill in the Rafflecopter below and make sure to follow the instructions. Incomplete or false entries will not be counted!

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Comments

  1. Wendy Lam says

    Are we able to get some information to your lovely child's response and reactions. I do love the photos and the illustrations but for example when your child was hiding in a photo I just wondered what could be her reason for hiding. My child hides all the time too but I remember asking him 'why do you like hiding so much Liam' he replied back 'I like mummy to find me and to see me'. I suppose he must have felt I wasn't giving him much attention. It's different for all children I suppose but i would to see what other kids think even if its comments on food, toys and clothes. =)

  2. Joanna Orr says

    Love your 100 things to do list, so please let us know how you are getting on with it – I'm seriously thinking of doing one myself. I have various scraps of paper with things to do written on them, but rarely get anywhere with them, so maybe a proper list would focus my mind!!!!!

  3. Leigh Larkin says

    I love reading about other mum's playing with their kiddies and sparking ideas of things I could be doing. And your photos are just adorable!

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