Friday, May 29, 2009

PhotoHunt: Books - Blurb books

I print up all of my digital scrapbook layouts into photo books using blurb.com

I am currently making my 13th book - half of those I have made have been presents for my relatives. I have to say, they look pretty good in the bookcase or on the coffee table.

This is one of my favorite pictures that will be in my next book.



Alessandro at the Gold Coast, when we went up for my Digital Scrapbook Place conference a few weeks ago.

This is my latest entry.

26 comments:

Annie said...

What a wonderful image! I'm so impressed that you have made that many books!

Happy weekend!

Trekcapri said...

Hi Leslie, that is a great photo and design! Very cool that you created books of your wonderful photos and designs to share with your family.

Have a great weekend Leslie!

Carver said...

Your pages are so great. Cool that you've turned them into books. Fun shot of your handsome son with the girls.

kaye said...

I've got to learn how to do that digital scrapbooking. I've done paper--but my youngest wants hers done digitally. Love your work.

Randi said...

What a splendid idea to make photo books with your lovely photos. Love your photo of your son.
Happy weekend!

EastCoastLife said...

This is an awesome idea to turn photos into books! I will try it.

ancient one said...

I'm commenting on the photo first... Great! The idea for making your books... Great! Now I'm going back to see what Blurb.books site is like... Great post!

Photo Cache said...

Oh that's an image he's keep forever.

Anyway, thanks for the links. I will check that out.

jams o donnell said...

I love the design. I can imagine that your rellatives were deligthed to receive them.

I bet Alessandro was deligted to pose with the girls!

Willa said...

you are so good in it!!

Pretty Life Online said...

nice one for the theme... The worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it... Mine's up hope you can drop by. Have a great weekend!

keeyit said...

Hahahaha...

Nice memories

RJ Flamingo said...

So neat - and what a great idea! I love the "dreamer"!:-)

My ”Books” entry is really cooking this week. Hope you can stop by!

YTSL said...

Ummm... and why, apart from it having your son in the picture, is it one of your favorite photos?! :O

Corey~living and loving said...

I love digital scrapping. I haven't tried blurb yet though.

have a happy weekend.

napaboaniya said...

I've made tried making a book out of my pictures before.
Maybe I should give it a try soon :P

Greyscale Territory said...

Stunning shot!

And I had no idea that you could create your own books in this way! I just checked it out and it looks great! Hmmmm... Thinking...Thinking...

Sue said...

That is a fun pic! :)

jenny said...

I am about to switch to digital scrapbooks---as soon as I use up my current supplies. ;-)

Tammy at The Butterfly Mind said...

That's one happy guy! And the girls aren't too sad, either! Great photohunt entry.

srp said...

And I can see why a young man would be so happy indeed......
Mine is up here.

NitWit1 said...

Very original take on books.

My post:
http://cowardscorner-nitwit1.blogspot.com

Bonggamom said...

That's a great way to preserve all of your lovely creations!

Aileni said...

And I thouht Scrapbooking might be boring...

MarĂ­a I. said...

Cool photo and design! I had no idea you’ve made so many books. I'm going to have to check it out. I think one of Venice would be my first choice.

Deana said...

I have been wanting to use them to make a book out of my blog posts as a journal for myself. Good to know they are a credible company!