I just love it when there are new ways for me to compile memories of my children so we can remind ourselves of what used to be. As an adult, I can tell you that I don't have too many memories from my past that I can reflect upon, flip through, pick up, touch, feel or laugh at, and it is because of this that I've decided that I will ensure that my children do have the ability to do so. I've started making photo pages, albums, compiling baby items, and putting them into their memory boxes. I feel that it is extremely important that we save our memories by documenting them and now Shutterfly has brand new Photo Yearbooks to help you achieve that.
Shutterfly Photo Yearbooks are easy to make, they've got specially designed template pages, along with "favorite student" and faculty pictures, giving you the ability to make your photo yearbook just the way you want it with their all new custom path. Shutterfly photo books are award winning, printed in color and bound professionally, making memories that are built to last, plus you can always re-order.
Who could use a photo yearbook? I'm seriously considering having one made for our Girl Scout troop, with all of their adventures, troop meetings, event planning meetings, they spend so much time together, those are the kind of memories that I know my daughter will want to remember and share. But I'm also thinking who else could benefit or utilize these yearbooks. Just about everyone really, daycare centers, especially for the younger aged classes filled with children who don't attend school, my daughter Isabella has a great time flipping through our albums and identifying the people in the photographs. Even school clubs, like my daughter's Robotics Club or the Make A Difference Club, that would be a great way to document their adventures together and the events that they participated, photographs of the community that they helped rebuild or clean up, how exciting are these possibilities, definitely something to explore.
Shutterfly is offering classes or schools who order up to 75% off bulk orders with prices as low as $5 per book (you'll have to contact them for a quote first), in my opinion, at $5 a yearbook, the price can't be beat, especially when you consider the cost for your high school yearbook, I remember it being at least $55 for a yearbook in 97', I can only imagine what the cost will be for my son. I encourage each and every one of you to consider the possibilities, consider what you could do and how you could document the memories and share them with a photo yearbook.
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post by Shutterfly, who encouraged bloggers to share and spread the news about their latest product, photo yearbooks, though this post is sponsored and inspired by Shutterfly, my thoughts and opinions were in no way influenced by Shutterly directly or indirectly, all thoughts and opinions are in fact my own.
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