Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Photobook with Inkifi

Like most bloggers I love Instagram and taking photos in general. I love being able to capture and share moments of our lives and it isn't often if at all that I get prints done like my parents did when I was younger. When Inkifi gave me the opportunity to make one of their photo books I knew I wanted to have a range of images of Blake and family members included in the book. 


I loved how easy it was to use the website and that not only could you add images from your device but link up to Instagram. There are a wide selection of types of photo books to choose from so that you can find one that suits you. When it comes to the photos inside the book you can edit the pages to include how many images you want on each page and also the sizing. The website lets you switch photos around and edit the photos until you were completely happy with it





When you have finished making your book you are given the option to have a free dust cover which you can also personalise with 2 photos of your choice. The photo book is of excellent quality 210mm x 210 mm Hard Cover. Featuring a beautifully textured cover made of Chobi Colorado cloth. 

I was excited when my photo book arrived and was thrilled with how well the images came out. The photos are very clear and I'm so happy that we now have a high quality personalised photo book storing our precious memories of Blake over the last 2 and a half years. 

The interior pages of the book are printed on carbon neutral Mowhawk paper, created using 100% virgin fibre from FSC managed sources. Meaning that the paper is such excellent quality and you can tell the photo book is well made. 

I chose the square hard cover photo book which is £31.99 for 24 pages which is a great price since you can add a fair amount of photos to each page. For additional pages it will cost 50p per page and in my opinion it is totally worth the cost. 




8 comments:

  1. Aww this book is fab! I think the price is reasonable too. I always have difficulties choosing photos so it's great that you can fit several photos to a page.

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  2. Oh this is so lovely! My photobooks are one of my prized possessions xx

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  3. That book looks lovely. I never remember to get photos printed so this would be the perfect way to do it.

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  4. Lovely thing to keep for when your little boy is older.

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  5. Oh well I love the ideas of these photos book. I have a couple from our wedding. I love the photos you included too!

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  6. I really need to get more books done. I did one for 2015 going through month by month, but didn't manage to do 2016 so I better get on it or I'll be 2 years behind!

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  7. What a brilliant idea, love how sturdy the book looks too, will def look into these for Christmas x

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  8. I've made photo books of my kids for the past ten years - we love looking at them and they make great Xmas pressies for Grandparents every year x

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