Facing Photo Overwhelm: Five Things to Do with Your Photos (Besides Scrapbook Them!) Part II

by Lain Ehmann on November 23, 2010

This is the second in our series on ways to use your photos, outside your scrapbooks! If you missed the first installment, you can read it here: Photo Overwhelm Part One.

2. Make a photo book. Photo books are fantastic ways to display a ton of photos in a short amount of time. I found out just how easy they are when I uploaded a bunch of digital photos to an online processor. I just logged into my account and all I had to do was swap photos around, change the order, add journaling, and I was done. And I was in love! They come in a variety of styles, themes, sizes, and more. And I love how I can order two or more of the same book  — one for us, and one for Grandma and Grandpa. Multitasking, hurrah!

P.S. One of my favorite online photo developing sites is York Photo Labs. I’ve been thrilled with their quick turnaround, low prices, and great quality. And I’m even more thrilled to offer you this coupon code, good for 50% off your next order of photo books PLUS 40 free prints — wahoo! Some for scrapbooking, and some already in an album. Sounds good to me!

50% Off All Photo Books 50% off all sizes and covers of photo books. Enter Code YBKS50 at check out. Online only, S&H not included. 1 time use. Exp. 2010-12-31

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