I keep blogging about getting photos developed, yet I am still SO behind.
It is kind of stressing me out.
This weekend I am going to Wisconsin to visit my family with Elias (and give Daddy some needed writing time, since day care is closed next week), and I am hoping that while they are kissing on him, I can get caught up on some items on my to do list including:
Item #1 – get a couple hundred photos developed on Snapfish.
Item #2 – create a photo book from Matthew’s World Vision trip to Uganda
I think this is going to be the cover photo:
Thankfully, Snapfish is offering two fabulous promos right now.
- 100 Free Prints with any photo book order. (Good through March 31)
- 150 prints for $15 with the code STPATDEAL. (Good through March 15)
My plan is to get the book made and ordered. Then combine the 100 free prints with the 150 deal to get 250 prints for $15 plus shipping!
If you don’t have a Snapfish account, you can also get 50 free prints when you sign up for one.
If you have never made a photo book, I totally encourage you to make one! I have had them made by both Shutterfly and Snapfish, and have always been pleased with the results. It is a great way to get a bunch of photos and memories put together in a time-saving and cost-effective manner. I tend to make them for special events (birthdays, weddings, christmas, trips).
One benefit to ordering prints vs. getting them at Walgreens (where I get a lot of my photos) is that I can get matte prints. (Walgreens in Nashville doesn’t offer matte finish).
I love matte finish.
What do you prefer – matte or gloss?
Hope these deals help you get caught up on your photos!