Every year I create a family album with a selection of our favourite photos from each month. The photos are of special occasions, everyday moments, kids artwork, and sometimes random photos of our life together. I am starting to get … Continue reading
During the winter I love to hide in my basement office with a cozy blanket wrapped around my shoulders and work on photo books, scrapbook layouts (of the digital variety), and write blog posts. During the summer… not so … Continue reading
Back in April I published a post on using the Collect App to create a simple photo book. I continued using the app for the rest of the year to take photos and document everyday moments. I didn’t remember to take … Continue reading
I would describe myself as a loyal customer. I have been loyal to Adoramapix for all of my lay-flat photo book (38 of them) printing needs for the last four years. I have faithfully ordered photo prints and custom cards from Persnickety … Continue reading
Our 2013 family album arrived in the mail last week and I couldn’t wait to see it. The day it was delivered the outdoor temperature was -20 C and the book itself felt really cold. I have learned from a … Continue reading
There are only twelve more days until Christmas and to celebrate the day Birdwing Paper Designs is giving away a free mini digital kit: 12 Days of Elf on the Shelf! Our elf, Arthur, inspired me to create this kit … Continue reading
When I decided to start this custom photobook company, I knew I wanted the books to be of great quality and to have an end product that I could be really proud of. Finding the right printer was quite a challenge and I have spent the last 3 months reading reviews about photobook companies and testing out some of the favorites. The photobook printng companies that I tried were: Inkubook, Photobook Canada, Shutterfly, Stampin’ Up, and Adoramapix. I attempted to print with Mpix but didn’t find their software very friendly. I won’t go into a detailed comparison but will give the links to the two reviews that helped me out: http://thedailydigi.com/12-different-photobook-printer-reviews/ and http://www.digitalhomethoughts.com/news/show/97676/0/1/15.
Once I received all the photobooks, there was one book that stood out from all the rest and also had the great feature of lay flat pages. The winner of my photobook review was Adoramapix.
The cover is beautiful and thick, the title can be printed on the spine, the pages are like a thin board book, the software was easy to use, and their delivery time was only about 2 weeks. (I had one company that took 5 weeks to deliver!) The best feature was the lay flat pages. This is especially important for scrapbooking because this means I can create a 2 page layout and not lose anything in the gutter of the book.
Now that I have seen how nice the lay flat pages are, I don’t think I could ever print a photobook without it!
All photobooks that I create will be printed through Adoramapix and if you order a custom photobook I know you will love it too!