Advent Day 20 – Truprint Photobook

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Win a Truprint Photobook

Although most of us have so many pictures on our phones, social media or saved on our computers, there is nothing quite like having the pictures printed out into albums or photo books to look back on and cherish the memories. I have made sure to get photobooks throughout every year of the children’s lives and now I have quite a collection, which is still growing strong as I don’t want to miss out any special moments!

Truprint recently allowed me to try out one of their Photobooks for review and today one reader will have the chance to win the same. This is one of Truprint’s most popular photobooks – the hardback custom cover book.

Making a photobook on Truprint can be as quick, or as detailed as you like – depending on your preference. You have the option to Autofill from all the photos you have selected, and I found that this tends to work pretty well as it will be sensible and logical about the photo placement, as it somehow knows to group similar pictures together, and is not just totally random and illogical. I was happy to go with this option, as it saves me time and the results looked good. If you would like more ultimate control over how your photobook comes out, then you can go through page by page and select all of the pictures and page layouts that you would like and you can also add captions.

truprint photobookThe quality of the photos and the pages is good. The glossy effect looks really effective in the book.

truprint photobookOne lucky reader will win Truprint credit for a 11×8 custom cover photobook, these can come with glossy pages and a presentation box.

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126 thoughts on “Advent Day 20 – Truprint Photobook”

  1. it would be photo’s of the last year or so of my daughter and the things we’ve done, and it would be for our family. Thank you. x

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  2. I would keep it for my children to look at when they are older. Would fill it with all the fun things we have all done as a family.

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  3. I would use it to put a picture of each of my two children in every year so when they are older they can see how they developed and grew

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  4. It would be photos of my son, he’s 2 but all the photos we have are stored on a hard drive he doesn’t yet have any photos in an album.

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  5. Photos of family, friends, pets, days out etc. For my mum as a personal keepsake. Though she would probably enjoy showing it off to friends etc. Always nice to share positive memories.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. I would keep for myself, and put in general pics of friends family travels etc. I always mean to get pictures printed I have barely done it since I did a huge batch in first year uni, nearly 10 years ago ๐Ÿ˜ฎ !

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  7. I’d fill it with photos from the walks my boyfriend and I have been on over the last year or so, and have it as a coffee table book.

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  8. I would make a picture book for my one year old granddaughter so that we can enjoy looking at it together and she can learn to recognise photos of family members and friends.

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  9. I would keep this for the family – we never had a wedding album so I would include some pictures from this day plus snaps of the kids growing up ๐Ÿ™‚

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  10. i’d put photos of my parents wedding in, and give it to them as a late anniversary present (their anniversary was 31/12), my parents keep saying about how they have barely any photos of their wedding around. looks great and would be a great prize!

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  11. I would fill it with photos of my daughters second birthday party as I’m trying to keep a record of each one of her birthdays. something for her to keep and look back on.

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  12. My aunt is celebrating her 80th in a few weeks. I would like to take pictures at the party and give her a photo book of them.

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  13. I got married a few months ago and my daughter took her fave toy with her EVERYWHERE. It turned into a bit of a celeb and he had his pics taken having his hair done, wearing my dress, cutting the cake etc. I’d make a photo book of his day out ๐Ÿ™‚

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  14. I have a new grand daughter and I would like to make a book for her Great Grandma (my mom) who lives 200 miles away and so will only see her first great grandchild occasionally. She would be thrilled.

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  15. i would make a book filled with photos of all the family as babies and school and weddings to gift to my daughter so she can learn about our grand parents and auntys and uncles who she cant meet

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