Practical Event Planning Guide
WagJag – $10 for a Classic 8.75X11 Window Photobook from PhotoBin (a $35 Value)
- Expires January 17, 2012
- Redeem voucher by visiting PhotoBin’s WagJag ordering page
- Shipping costs $7.44 extra. Allow 3 business days for delivery
- 2 buys per person, may buy more as gifts. Limit 1 voucher per order
- Taxes included. Voucher has no cash value. No cash back
- Valid for an 8.75X11 hardcover Classic Window Photobook
- Upload your photos with PhotoBin’s user-friendly software
- Includes 20 pages (extra pages can be added for an $1/pg.)
- No downloads required
Pictures left on memory cards never fully develop from a .jpg or .gif zygote into the full-grown photographs they’re meant to be, and miss out on admirers “oohs” and “ahhs” for their entire photographic lives. Display your fondest memories proudly with today’s WagJag: $10 for a Classic 8.75X11 Window Photobook from PhotoBin (a $35 value).
Photobooks are the quintessential medium for which to showcase your personal stories, whether they’re about your university graduation, wedding or prize-winning butter sculpture. To create your own, you simply upload photos from your computer or favourite photography website with PhotoBin’s user-friendly software. You get to edit and crop each of the photos on the 20 pages included in your book (additional pages can be purchased for $1 extra per page) and custom design the cover and title lettering with the colour of your choice. How many store-bought photo albums let you do this?
To order your photobook, visit PhotoBin’s special WagJag page once you have your voucher number. During the purchasing process you’ll need to provide your address and provide the $7.44 shipping fee. After that, it won’t be long — only up to 3 business — before you’re leafing through the glossy visuals in your hardcover suede book. (Much easier on the eyes than looking at thumbnails on a digital camera screen.)
- See Here: Buy 1, Get 1 Photobooks and FREE Shipping (forthemommas.com)
- Mick Jagger: The Photobook, By François Hébel (independent.co.uk)