Custom Photo Mouse Pad, $0.99

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Artscow is offering a custom photo mousepad for $0.99 when you use code ZEINTMOUSEPAD. Shipping will be free.

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Walgreens Free 8×10 Photo Print

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Head over here
to create your free 8×10 photo print from Walgreens. Upload your photo, choose the 8×10 size and head to checkout. Enter code MYSTERY to drop the price to $0. Store pickup is free.

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50 Free 4×6″ Prints for Prime Members

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Amazon is offering 50 free 4×6″ prints for Prime members with code OCT50PRINTS. Shipping is free. Go here to get a free trial) of Amazon Prime.

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50 Free Photo Prints from Amazon

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Amazon is offering 50 free 4×6 photo prints right now. Follow the instructions below to get the deal.

Go to Amazon and sign up for cloud storage
– Prime members can get Amazon storage for free
– Non-Prime members, needs to to sign up for the free trial)
Upload at least 50 photos
Go to Amazon Prints and select 50 photos to add to your cart
Use code BABY50FREEPRINTS to get them for free including shipping!
Remember to cancel your Amazon Cloud within 3 months.
– Click the do not continue button
– Click do not continue again
Your Amazon drive trial will be cancelled as soon as it ends in December

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Walgreens Free 8×10 Photo Print

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For a limited time, Walgreens is offering a free 8×10 photo print when you use code  HOTDEAL61 at checkout. In store pickup is free. Click here to get started.

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20-Page Shutterfly Hardcover Photo Book, $8.99 Shipped

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Right now Shutterfly is offering a 20 page 8×11 hardcover photo book or wedding book. Just pay the shipping of $8.99. Offer ends May 15.

How to get the deal:
Go to Facebook and sign up to receive your coupon code
Then, go to Shutterfly and login or make an account and proceed to make your book.
At checkout, use your promo code. Your final cost should just be the shipping cost!

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Walgreens: Free 8×10 Photo Print

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Through 5/9, you can get a free 8×10 photo print from Walgreens with code FREE2PRINT. The nice thing about this deal is that you can choose to have it printed at any Walgreens, so if you are planning to give this as a gift to your family in another town or state, you can have them pick it up.


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Make Lasting Memories with Blurb Photo Books

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Thus far you’ve heard the Blurb story and learned a bit about the extensive tools and resources that Blurb makes available to their book-making customers. While all that is impressive, what’s really remarkable to me is how they offer all of that and provide visually stunning books made on photo-quality paper—AND do it all at such an incredibly affordable price. It’s really is something to marvel at.

Since day one, Blurb has been praised for their unwavering commitment to quality, which is why renowned photographers, graphic designers, architects, artists, and other creative professionals repeatedly choose Blurb to display their works of art. That speaks volumes in my book (no pun intended) because, if they trust Blurb to showcase their work, then it just seems logical that I should too.

Professional-Quality Books and Magazines
Whether you’re creating a photo book, a trade book, or a magazine, Blurb allows you to choose from a wide range of trim size, covers, fonts, layouts, and paper. Paper type is actually really key to any book which displays images. Other book-making platforms may have some nice quality paper, but you’re going to pay out the wazoo for your book. Others use recycled paper, which is good environmentally, but not so great for producing visually-rich images.

Blurb, on the other hand, provides customers with several paper options, including standard paper that has a smooth, semi-matte finish on 80# stock, to uncoated ProLine semi-gloss paper on 140# stock that’s ideal for high-end photography and design books.

Digital Books/Ebooks
Blurb is actually one of the few book-making platforms that gives you complete control over creating an ebook. Blurb lets you make ebooks in both fixed-layout (Apple iPad®-only) and reflowable formats (iPad and Kindle devices). You can even convert any book or magazine you create into a gorgeous ebook so you can share and distribute it in a way that’s easy, affordable, and earth-friendly!

Price
If price is a factor (when is it not?), Blurb is bar none one of the most affordable printers out there with one of the lowest price per page available – especially when you consider their quality and array of creative options. So that you will know exactly what you’re getting at what cost, Blurb developed a Pricing Calculator. I mentioned their pricing calculator in my last post, but to recap, this fantastic tool lets you see what your price per book will be based on the selections you choose (e.g. soft cover, 7 x 7 photobook, on ProLine Uncoated #100 paper).

You can also compare the pricing of different types of books (trade book vs. magazine, vs. ebook, etc.), covers (hard or soft), sizes (7 x 7 vs 13 x 11), paper type (matte, glossy), etc.

Although their pricing is already impressive, take note that Blurb is generously offering you 15% off any book you create from now through 5/30! Get started now!

I recommend sorting through those pictures on your camera, smartphone, Facebook feed, or Instagram page and start creating your very own book. You’ll be so excited with the results that you’ll probably want to make a copy for all of your friends and family (I’m speaking from experience here!).

If you need some inspiration, I’ll be sharing examples in next week’s post of how some people have used Blurb to create their own creative and useful books—so stay tuned!

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