Photo Books

I absolutely love the photobooks I have had printed through Adoramapix and I believe they are the highest quality photobooks around. I've seen printed books from a lot of different brands and while there are many nice choices, the albums from Adoramapix really stand out for their quality.  I prefer the 10x10 size and I like to customize my own covers. There are plenty of size and cover options though. You can do just about anything from dragging and dropping your photos right onto their pre-designed page templates to uploading your own digital layouts. I always like to add a set of blank pages at the beginning and end of the album to give it a nice finished look.

I love looking through the albums I've already completed. I thought you might enjoy a peek at a few of them as well!

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I've done two travel albums that cover all of our trips from the years 2010 through the end of October of 2014. My next album will start with our Dececember 2014 trip to Hawaii (I couldn't squeeze it into the other album) and will continue on to include all of our travels in 2015. 

I love using digital papers for the covers and I've added some fun word art from digital designers like Little Butterfly Wings (above) and Maya de Groot (below) to give the albums a travel theme.

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The more recent years in our lives will probably each need an album. I had so many photos from 2012 that I kept the entire photo book focused on that year. I created a photo collage to use as the cover and I love that you can tell before you even open the album what it's all about.

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They all look great in their own way and I am enjoying the custom look of each one. If you like uniformity, there are plenty of options to go with a leather or fabric cover as well. 

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The real treats are inside though. I absolutely love the lay flat spreads that utilize every bit of page space.

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I've filled my books with layouts created with the Project Life App, as well as my own templates.

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Everything from that year goes into my album, except for our travels. I put all of those into our travel albums. Otherwise, each year's book contains all the events, holidays, and memories for that year. I always fill my books as much as possible. I've created books with 76 pages and even a few with 90+ pages and they all have turned out great!

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I use digital layouts that I've already created and import them into AdoramaPix. If you aren't a digital scrapbooker, or you don't have pages already created, you can easily use their software and layouts to fill in your pages. I think that is what the majority of their customers do.

If you want to save an additional $5 off your order, you can use my referral link if you want to. Please know that I don't just recommend these books because I'm an affiliate. I used these books before that and only signed up for the referral link program since I blog about AdoramaPix so much!

If you want more information on using digital scrapbooking layouts in an AdoramaPix album, check out these posts on The Daily Digi:

For more photobook ideas, be sure to follow my Photobook Pinterest Board!

 

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