Blog Scrapbook - Put Your Blog In Your Hands

11:35 AM

When I started blogging I thought of it as an online scrapbook, a photo journal of our family life.

Blogging is more than just that to me now, as it has introduced me to online friends I never would have "met" otherwise! I am grateful for the community of online Catholics that inspire me.

As a scrapbooker, I knew the family joy of having something tangible to page through. Most of my gifts are scrapbooks of events and I make one every year of our year in pictures. I upload photos for each month to Shutterfly.com and turn into hardback books that my family TREASURES. See a sample HERE. I wanted to do something like that for my blog.

I found the easiest site to do so and highly recommend it!! It effortlessly grabs your whole blog or whatever dates you assign and turns it into a very affordable hardbound, glossy-paged book. I have made one for each of the 3 years of my blog and luv it!

Click here to check it out and see how yours would look before you buy --> http://blog2print.com?source_referer=sbly_pngubyvpubzrrq(lnubb)pbz

6 comments:

Laura O said...

I've heard about this and am already wondering if I'll go this route. My blog started as a way to showcase what our family is doing without sending tons of massive emails to friends and family.

As for scrapbooking, I have the supplies and *want* to do it. I just haven't done it. Wonder if that could be a school 'subject' ~ family history could count as part of social studies, right ;o)

BTW ~ I still love to look through the QOP Yearbook from our first year in Maryland. Lots of good memories...

Sarah said...

This is great! I have just started thinking of doing something like this. Thanks for the resource.

Therese said...

Great idea!!!

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

This is very perfect for me. I have been blogging for five years and can't afford all of the books right now, all at once. Maybe I should put them in my "cart" and ask for them for my birthday and Christmas? Thanks so much for the link!

Elizabeth said...

I also like Blurb, for turning your blog into a book:

http://www.blurb.com/create/book/blogbook

Jen said...

Thanks for posting a great link!

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