I seriously wasn't certain I would ever actually be able to type those words. I have finished all of my backdated photo books. I am up to date to the present time. It was quite the project. Thankfully Mother Nature gave me little to no motivation to go outside, so I spent quite a bit of time inside finishing up my photo books. I can even say that my 2013 photo book is currently caught up! I am so very very happy about this. This is one of those projects that has sort of hung over my head, I really did want to get them done but at first it seemed like too much, it seemed as if there was no way I could catch up on all my shutterfly goals.
I am thankful for shutterfly in more ways than I can probably articulate:
- I love that they have free unlimited photo storage
- I love that they allow and semi ocd person like me to putz and putz and putz with photobooks until they are the way I want them to be
- I love that they allow a custom path which seems to allow me unlimited number of options
- I love that the books come in several sizes, with theme options, and then they allow me to add other backgrounds and embellishments as I want to create my own masterpiece
- I love that it seems like everything is on sale about every other week
- I love that I don't think other than about once I have ever had to pay for shipping
- I love the diversity of options of things to make
- I LOVE shutterfly (no they aren't paying me or anything to say this - I just love them this much)
What do you do with your photos after you take them?
Do you scrapbook?
Have you ever tried shutterfly? How do you feel about it?