Create a book from your children’s art

My little one is an arty little thing. There is nothing she likes more than getting the paint out. The flip side of this is that we have a lot of her art in our house which we need to store. I recently decided that we needed to de-clutter a little but knew that if she ever found out that I had put her creations in to the recycle bin, she would be devastated. So I took photos of them all and then popped them in a box in the loft.

I took photos because I wanted her art accessible, but tidy. So decided to create a photobook of her artwork with Bonusprint. Bonusprint allows you to create hardback little books from just £6.99. I know, that’s really cheap isn’t it. I actually opted for the hard cover square book, which was a base price of £12.99.

Bonusprint Photobook

Making the book is a really simple process. You upload your images, position them (manually of by autofill), you can then add text or not. I decided to upgrade my base price book and had a photo as the cover. Job done. Once I had selected the photos to use, it took me no time at all. Fast forward a few days and I have a little photo book dropping through my letterbox, and I LOVE it. That’s not an exaggeration either. Have a look …

How to create a photobook out of your child's artwork

Brilliant if I may say so myself! If you fancy getting a complimentary £15 voucher from Bonusprint so you can create your own photobook, all you need to do is register with Emma’s Diary! The one I made is going to go in to my little one’s Christmas stocking. She will LOVE it. I am thinking a few people will be getting these as gifts too!


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3 Comments on Create a book from your children’s art

  1. Louise
    September 16, 2013 at 2:50 pm (1 year ago)

    This sounds like a fabulous way of keeping hold of those precious memories.

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  1. […] I have mentioned a few times on BG our love of crafting in this house, which is full of Lola’s works of art. I love them. She loves them. I want to keep them all, but I also need space. So I decided to create a Photobook of all Lola’s latest creations. I photographed her pieces, put the originals in the loft and headed over to Bonusprint and created my book. It was easy to do and does look fabulous if I may say so myself! Read more about it over on my personal blog… […]

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