I’ve been ordering a lot of photos online lately. We’re in the process of creating a gallery wall, so physical prints are what I need.
I noticed at MailPix (where I’ve scored tons of super-inexpensive prints) they’ve got a brag book you can nab for just the cost of shipping ($2.99).
I think this would make an awesome grandparent gift … you can choose 20 prints to include. MailPix will print and bind it for you and ship it off.
In an age where all photos seem to be digital, I often wonder how I’m ever going to capture them all in one place. Sure, there’s a lot on Facebook and there’s some over on Flickr. A few reside on Photobucket too. But here’s my hang-up: what append if one (or all) of those accounts accidentally gets deleted?
Now, this nagging voice in the back of my head is not yet loud enough to prompt me to print out all these memories and store them away in a box. But I would like to do something with them.
I stumbled across Mixbook the other day and couldn’t help but be intrigued. Here’s the idea: you and your friends can electronically collaborate to create a “mix book” of photos that can then be printed. It’s like an old school mix tape (remember those?) but with pictures instead of big hair band music. Read more…
I don’t know about you, but every time I snap a cute photo with my phone, I upload it to Facebook. And while all those photos are really cute, I’d love to print out my favorites and put them in a book.
Now I can. With no muss and no fuss. Read more…