2017 will be the year for collecting memories of the time spent with my family. To kickstart this resolution, I’ve decided to make a family photo book from our holiday pictures. Our last holiday was spent in Vancouver, Seattle and Portland.
It was just the perfect timing when My-Picture.co.uk asked me to try out their photo book service. They also offer photo transfers onto Canvas Prints, Acrylic Prints and Aluminium Prints. The Christmas break was the perfect time to edit all those accumulated holiday pictures.
It was fun doing so, as I felt like I was revisiting those wonderful places and experiences from our last vacation again.
It was really easy to navigate the My-picture.co.uk site. The uploading of images to the photo book was a straightforward intuitive process. You can choose various sizes of photo books with different covers. I decided on an A4 hardback book. Texts can be added to the images if you desire, but I decided to let my images do the talking.
The photo above is of Canon beach, based in Clatsop County, Oregon. We stopped by for a stroll on the beach, en route from Seattle to Portland.
It was a stunning beach, with fine white sand and beautiful waves. Interestingly, it was the beach where The Goonies, Twilight and Point Break were filmed. There is a choice of formats for the Photo book pages. You can have one large image per page or create a collage of images, as I have done here. This beach scene was at White Rock in British Columbia. I was so pleased with the finished product. The paper was of high quality and the printed images came out with perfect clarity and colour.
I will be sending this photo book as a gift to my mother in law, but will definitely be reprinting another one for myself soon.
Do you have uploaded holiday photos on your computer that you would like to print? Well, now you can with My-picture.co.uk.
I have a special code for you to create either a 20x20cm or 30x20cm photo canvas for free by using the promotion code LITTLEBIGFREECANVA. The code is valid till 01/03/2017. Shipping cost is not included.
Hope this post has inspired you to start creating family memories too. Wishing you a wonderful week ahead.
( All photography and styling are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This is a collaborative post with My-Picture.co.uk, but all opinions are my own).