$10 Shutterfly Books

by jessicaturner on April 9, 2013

YEOW!

If you have read this blog for any length of time, you know I LOVE Shutterfly books. They are my go-to, super easy photo book of choice.

For the next three days, you can snatch up a voucher for a Shutterfly 8×8 book on Zulily (referral link) for only $10 (regularly $29.99). They are also offering vouchers for 8.5×11 books for $15 (regularly $34.99).

I never spend more than $10 on a photo book because I always buy these great deals when I find them.

If you have a photo book that you have been waiting to make (or buy!) go take advantage of this awesome deal!

Once you buy your photo book, you will be able to download the voucher from your Zulily account. Just click on Zulily vouchers.

I think I am going to make a book of my favorite photos from Elias’s first soccer season. Other ideas: birthdays, Mother’s Day gift, vacation photos, pregnancy shoot, etc. I especially love that there are Project Life templates available on Shutterfly. SO awesome.

Here are a few Shutterfly books I have made in the past:

Rejoice Maternity Shoot (pictured above)

Elias’s 4th Birthday Shoot

Elias’s 4th Birthday Party

Adeline’s 1st Birthday Party

Hilton Head Vacation

My sister’s wedding

Bonus, if you are not a member of Zulily, you are in for a real treat. They offer some of the most amazing kids clothes, women’s clothes, gifts and home goods at AMAZING prices. I love, love, love Zulily.

And when it’s time to make your photo book, be sure you refer to my tips on creating a photo book FAST.

What photo book are you going to make with this deal?

Your voucher will be good through 5/31/2013 and the purchase price will never expire until redeemed.



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Kim April 9, 2013 at 12:49 pm

The Shutterfly books have come a long way in the last few years. I really like the options and all that they do! Our last book told the story of our diy family photo shoot. We got to include all the funny moments we captured, plus the outtakes of the individual family photo sessions. It was a priceless way to commemorate the day, especially since my MIL was going to be moving out of her home.

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jessicaturner April 9, 2013 at 4:39 pm

What a fun idea! I love Shutterfly books, and I agree, they have come a long way!

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