{photobook} hawke turns 3

My little guy turned 3 years old in March.  We had his birthday party at our local park in early April.  It was a perfect Spring day, sunny with plenty of breeze.  A lot of our family members  and also a few school friends were able to celebrate with us.

He is into school bus right now, and always points out the school bus we see on the road. When we go to Disneyland, the shuttle ride from the parking lot to the main gate is such a highlight for him. He is into trucks, bus and cars.

I created a photo book using Mixbook, it was my first time using their service and I am happy with the quality. I opted for a book with hardcover. I received 50% off coupon for my first order, just had to sign-up for their email newsletters. This is not a sponsored post, I paid with my own money.  I just wanted to share about a product/service I’m happy with. With the holiday season coming up, this would be a great and thoughtful gift option.

Once I chose the pictures I wanted to include and choosing the pre-made template on the site, creating the book took less than an hour. I’ve tried other photobook services before, and creating a book from scratch overwhelms me. I always try to find a template and by just adding a few text here and there and formatting the picture sizes within the template, you can easily personalize the book to your liking.

Do you make photobooks?  What service do you use?

 

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Previous birthday celebrations:

Hawke’s 2nd birthday brunch

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Oh What Fun – Hawke turns 1

 

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