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  • Laura Proudman

    DIY Family photo yearbook. What a cool idea for keeping the memories!

  • Kate Crosby

    DIY Yearbook - Photos

  • Alisha Poipoi

    DIY Family Yearbook: this is a really cool way to make family photos fun and accessible! would definitely be well worth the time and effort involved!

  • Alison Richardson

    DIY Family Yearbook. Instead of traditional scrapbooking or photo albums

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Family Yearbooks: so the pics don't just stay on the computer...this might be the best way I've seen to do this.

It's called a Blurb Book. Seems to be a sort of combination of a blog and a scrapbook. These ladies do one for each year, but it would be a fun thing for special trips or events.

Family yearbooks... So the family pics aren't just stuck on the computer.

i love the look of these big fatty books! I need to give up my dream of time to scrapbook and switch to digital.

Annual Family "Yearbook" -- nice alternative to the photo albums my parents have stacked up in their basement; may have to actually get my act together one of these days and make one...

Family yearbooks. Since most people don't print out pictures like they used to, this would be a great way to document your years in pictures and still have hard-copies to look through/show people. What a cute idea!

family yearbooks... So the family pics aren't just stuck on the computer. LOVE THIS!

  • Jennifer Sedillo | Eighteen25

    Hi Amanda! Sorry to barge into your conversation, but thought I'd pass along that these books are actually "one year" books. Simply starting in January going through to December. Including all pictures and happenings from the year. The holidays and vacations fall into where they took place. The books I have made are my most prized possessions. :)

  • Amanda Hallum Butterworth

    Thanks Jennifer! My vacas and holidays are so many pics that I wasn't sure if it would all fit! How many pages will blub allow?? I did one book but it wasn't so big

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    Your pins are really good!

  • Jennifer Sedillo | Eighteen25

    Amanda I believe if you use the standard paper you can do about 400 pages.

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Everything from choosing your props, poses, and clothes...all the way to tips for looking good and getting your kids to cooperate.

focus on kids with parents in background Definitely want to do this pose with the girls and a tree!

Sweet idea for family reunion pics... This would be neat for the remaining brothers and sister