Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Win One of TWO #Snapfish Disney Photo Books! #GiveAway

HOW TO MAKE A DISNEY PHOTO BOOK

AT SNAPFISH.COM (+GIVEAWAY)





Each day, in honor of Disneyland’s upcoming Diamond Celebration next year, we have been revisiting the history of the Happiest Place on Earth.  With summer ending, and school upon us, if you’re like our family, the memory cards in our cameras are overflowing with summer time adventures.  Now the question is, what do you do with all of those memories you’ve made this summer?  

Thanks so our friends at Snapfish.com, the answer is as easy as 1 – 2 – 3- in fact it’s a Snap!  And better yet, if you were lucky enough to have experienced the pixie dust and magic of a Disney vacation first hand, Snapfish is giving you the chance to create your very own Disney themed gifts. Now you an easy way to make your very own personalized items with your favorite Disney characters.  The choices are endless from Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tiana, all of the princesses little girls love, to Disney Cars favorites, like Lightning McQueen and Mater! And what Disney creation would be complete without having Mickey and Minnie there as well. The prices are so reasonable, you’re certainly going to want to order more than one to use as that perfect gift any grandparent would love. Books start at $29.99, 8x11 premium photo book, up to 20 additional pages at no cost, and free shipping! And now not one but two lucky Disney Gal readers will have the chance to win their very own custom created Snapfish product.
This weekend Zack and I sat down and created our first ever Snapfish Disney book and it was beyond easy and user friendly. Now that we know just how simple it truly is, this certainly won’t be our last.  The only hard part-deciding on which pictures to use.  After hours of going through countless Disneyland trip pictures, we settled on our magical trip last April when my family and I attended the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration.  Check out our step by step photos of our very first Snapfish creation:


First pick out a theme for your book.






Once you have your theme decided, simply drag and place your pictures onto the page. One of best parts about creating our photo book at Snapfish was the ease of moving the pictures while on the page, all you had to do was click the photo, drag up down, left right, even resizing the pictures if needed.







Once you have your pictures and theme in place, simply hit the order button and before your know it, your very own personalized book will arrive with memories to last a lifetime. Now you don’t have to leave your memories on the memory card. Thanks to Snapfish, it’s easy to be able to create that personalized keepsake that will last a lifetime. We can’t wait for the album to come.



The generous folks at Snapfish are giving two of our Disney Gal readers a chance to win a code to create your own photo books at Snapfish.  Who wouldn’t love to win that? Please check out the Snapfish site, take a look around then come back here and tell us what else you love from the site. And while you’re there, be sure to join the Snapfish Superfan Consumer Program , it is super easy and free to join.  So now all you have to do is decide, how will you create your own Snapfish book?

 Enter here before September 1 for your own chance to win one of two books!  Two winners will win a code to create your own photo books at Snapfish.





Disclaimer: I received free coupon code from Snapfish for review purposes for this promotion. The opinions expressed here are my own.
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10 comments:

  1. I would save my credit to create a photo book of our WDW vacation this fall!! It'll be my youngest son's first trip! :)

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    1. It is the perfect way to keep the memories long after the trip is over and really easy to use. Can't wait to hear how your son's first trip was!

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  2. i would love to create a photo book of our past trips and start a new one with our coming trip

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    1. It was so much fun looking through all the photos-even though it was only a few months ago it was a great way to recapture the magic. We are already planning our Disney Halloween trip book!

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  3. Besides Disney trips, I would love to take all of my mom's old non-archival photo albums, scan the photos, and put them into Snapfish photo books.

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    1. Lynnetta that touches my heart! Now you have inspired me to go back through the family albums from my trips in the 50's and 60's! Thanks for the great suggestion!

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  4. I'm overdue for my summer photo book from last year, and now this summer's wrapping up - so I'd make one or two of those!

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  5. Andrea we had so much fun making our book! What a great way to relive all of your favorite Disney memories!

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  6. Great step by step tutorial! Even the tech impaired could figure it out! Snapfish is great!

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    1. It truly was as easy as 1-2-3! It was indeed "A Snap"

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