Photo albums are a more secure way to safeguard memories than encapsulating them in a bottle at sea or writing them into a pop-culture-reference-heavy comedy act. Preserve precious recollections with today’s Groupon: for $9, you get an 8"x8" personalized leather-bound photo book from Printerpix (a $49.99 value). Today's deal can be applied toward soft-cover, larger leather, or supreme velvet photo books for an extra fee.
Printerpix’s easy-to-use online software lets photo-lovers create custom photo albums, emblazoning quality, professionally-printed pages with personalized images. Customers can fill the 20 pages of a leather-bound photo book in as little as five minutes using provided templates, themes, backgrounds, clip art, and style guides without ever leaving the comforts of their office exercise-ball chair. After logging onto an online system, picture owners personalize albums with themes such as special occasions, holidays, and vacations before uploading their selected images. An accommodating staff stands by to resolve questions and concerns through email or over the phone, and customers can insert up to 60 additional pages to photo albums for an extra fee ($0.50/page). Within 15 business days, customers receive their cowhide-swathed creation, which they may place upon a coffee table or bury in a backyard time capsule alongside a collection of passé coffee tables. Check out this video demonstration to get a fully detailed breakdown of the process.
PrinterPix’s easy-to-use online software lets photo lovers create custom books, calendars, and canvases by emblazoning quality, professionally printed surfaces with personalized images. Customers can fill the pages of a photo book in as little as five minutes using provided templates, themes, backgrounds, clip art, and style guides without ever leaving the comforts of their office exercise-ball chair. Calendars give organization a personal touch by highlighting important dates with custom images and adorning each month with a favorite photo, and the 12 color presses and fade-resistant ink of canvas printing treats personal images to museum-inspired recreation better than getting a marble bust made over the phone. As customers traverse the website to craft their individualized piece, an accommodating staff stands by to resolve questions and concerns through email or by phone.