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- $10 for one customizable 8x8 hard cover photo book (up to $29.99 value)
- $17 for one customizable 8x11 hard cover photo book (up to $29.99 value)
Shutterfly's sprawling catalog of printed keepsakes proves that, though time marches on a linear path, there are several ways to retrace its steps. On their easy-to-navigate website, customers upload, preserve, and share personal photographs through electronic and physical displays. Once pictures have been stored in the Shutterfly database, they remain accessible at any point—the staff has never deleted an image. From there, owners can edit and distribute them through private online galleries, email, and social media, instantly building albums for far-flung family members or your long-distance dog.
The same degree of customization typifies the website's physical products, from prints to cozy fleece blankets emblazoned with your chosen photo. Their signature photo books collect mementos into a professionally bound volume, where they are surrounded by original captions, themed backgrounds, and creative page layouts for almost any occasion. Cards and stationary frame pictures on envelope-ready paper, whereas calendars sport images for each month and on individual dates such as birthdays. Shutterfly also transforms stills into less traditional gift formats including iPhone cases, mugs, tableware, and adhesive wall decals.
“I only bought on the coupon The Price is Right them for me but they always did a really nice job with the books I have gotten they were gifts so everyone enjoyed them”
“It was an amazing experience. i had so much fun making this album.”
“Quickest way to make an album is to sort out your pictures first in the file you are going to have Shutterfly upload and then the program will do a first pass to make...”
“Quickest way to make an album is to sort out your pictures first in the file you are going to have Shutterfly upload and then the program will do a first pass to make the book by date and like images. Then you can customize and rearrange from there. ”