*Review* Photobox – A4 Lay flat Photobook

I take hundreds of photo’s a month, if not more some month however they never tend to get much further than from a digital version.

However Photobox recently gave me the chance to bring my pictures to life a bit more by offering me the chance to review one of their A4 Lay flat Photobook.

When you start to create your photo book you can either select a template and theme then just filter in your pictures or you can build it yourself.

I decided to build it myself so I selected the layouts, colours and themes throughout the book. This allowed me to change the theme’s throughout the book as the sections changed.¬† PhotoboxPhotoboxPhotobox

I spent well over an hour playing around with the book, not because it was hard but as there was so many options to pick from. I felt this was an hour well spent¬† though as when I reached the end I was so please with the final product and couldn’t wait for it to arrive.Photobox

It took only a couple of days from placing my order to the book arriving and I am so please with the outcome.

First of all the book is amazing quality but also the pictures look stunning. I split my book into 3 sections, our holiday to Lanzarote, our trip to Old Trafford and family. I keep flicking though the book with Kayleigh and Ethan and they love going through what we’ve done this year.Photobox

I am so impressed with the book I intend to do one next year for 2014.

These books would be great for weddings or 1st birthdays just to name a few ideas!

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