This Disney photo book post was created in partnership with Snapfish. All opinions are my own.
I take a ton of pictures every month. Heck, I take a ton of pictures every week. With each click, I’m always thankful that digital cameras are available for home use because I would be spending a fortune having them all developed!
Displaying each photo isn’t really an option; there simply aren’t that many surfaces in our house. I choose a few favorites, and have those printed for framing. But a few years ago I discovered the perfect way to display and share a large batch of pictures at once, and that’s through photo books.
When I recently was clued into the fact that Snapfish.com now offers Disney photo books, I was a little beside myself. My family’s love for Disney is no secret so naturally I was excited to create Disney-themed keepsakes.
Bubbles is nearly as big of a Disney fan as I am, so when I sat down to create my first Disney photo book, I let her choose the theme. They have Mickey and Minnie, princesses, Cars, and more. I was a little partial to the Mickey book, but she wanted Cars, so that is what I went with. The book’s theme is another little way I can document her childhood; we will be able to look back and know that she was really into Cars at this point of her life.
Creating the Disney photo book was so easy. I already had a Snapfish account, but if you don’t, you can sign up for one for free. Once you’ve done that, you’ll upload the photos you want to use. Finally, choose your favorite theme, and start adding pictures and text.
You can make your Disney Book here. The 8×11 premium photo books start at just $29.99 per book. Always be sure to check the special offers section, too, as you can score deals like free shipping, a percentage off, and more. The day I made mine there was a 50% off code, so I ordered a second copy of my Disney photo book so I can send it to my parents in Maine.
Oh, and don’t forget to join the Snapfish Superfan Program. You’ll get access to exclusive content, offers, and even the chance to receive prizes from Snapfish.
Speaking of prizes… The great folks at Snapfish have provided two codes to giveaway, each one good for a free Disney photo book! Giveaway closed; congrats Heather R. and Melissa T.
Be sure to check back to see my completed Disney photo book when it arrives in the mail!