- Fast and fully customizable
- Broad range of photo book, card, and calendar choices
- Easy-to-use software
About This Deal
Until surgeons figure out how to fuse the human brain with a high-capacity flash drive, mankind will continue to record every moment on a pocket-sized slab of limestone. Turn your slab of limestone into a bound memory book with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get $100 worth of photo books, cards, and calendars at Picaboo.
Armed with Picaboo’s free photo book, card, and calendar-making software (Mac- and PC-friendly), digital pack rats can easily create photo books that will grace coffee tables until the tables naturally dissolve into table paste. Picaboo’s highly customizable interface allows anyone with human hands to organize an artsy album and show it off with a broad range of high-quality books, such as a medium chocolate-colored Classic hardcover book (6"x8", $19.99) and a plushly padded, subtly stitched Regency album, available in black or British tan (8.5"x11", $69.99). If your photographic experiments produce large panoramic spreads, opt for the Madison (8.5"x11", $99.99), which includes a custom cover option and offers your collection of wide-angled shots an elegant final resting place. Albums come with 20 pages included, but extra pages can be added for an additional fee.
The intuitive Picaboo software lets users drag and drop photos, insert witty captions across more than 240 pre-designed page layouts, and personalize your own picture book using tens of thousands of available backgrounds. Once you've prepared your custom photo book, Picaboo gives you the option to share a copy via email or order a hard copy in a variety of book sizes and different levels of invisibility.
- The photo book layouts are fully customizable—which means you can resize, rotate or move photos and captions anywhere on the page, and use the eye-dropper tool to coordinate text, borders and background colors. – Amanda Greene, Woman's Day
- I like my Picaboo photo album a lot. It’s a high-quality, archival keepsake of my daughter at various ages. – Janet Cloninger, Gadgeteer