- Create your own holiday cards or photo books
- Simple online interface
- Four free accordion desktop calendars
What You'll Get
Like cakes and babies, much of the fun of holiday cards comes from making them yourself. Create your own correspondence and primp your own photos with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of photo books or holiday cards plus four free accordion desktop calendars, from KODAK Gallery. This Groupon expires on Feb. 15.
KODAK's simple, intuitive online interface makes it easy for casual shutterbugs to quickly transform their cherished snapshots into professional-grade prints, cards, books, and calendars. Use today's Groupon to lock roaming memories inside a plush photobook prison for controlled reminiscing. DIY designers, meanwhile, may choose to use their Groupon for holiday cards, enabling them to spam friends, family, and secret family with artistic salutations crafted from KODAK's more than 1,000 traditional, modern, and vintage designs. In both photobooks and holiday cards, KODAK's auto-correct technology eliminates common image flaws on your pictures, reducing red-eye, blurring, and vampire sparkles to guarantee cards, books, and calendars look their best.
Whether you use this Groupon for holiday cards or photobooks, today's deal also lets you dress up dreary desks with four complimentary accordion desktop calendars customized with six snazzy snapshots of adorable offspring or even more adorable Supreme Court justices.
- Kodak Gallery has simplified the photo book creation process. Choose your size and you'll get a display of all available cover options including the price and range of number of pages for that style. – Digital Photos 101
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid toward same day pickup. Tax and shipping not included. Valid only through consumer website. Cannot be combined with other offers. See full terms. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.