My last Scrapbook Sunday post was a complete review of how I used ZoomAlbums to transform my pictures from the first time we took ER apple picking into 3X3 photo books. I know it's unlikely that you've missed a single post I've written LOL. If you missed the full review, click here to read it, and find more out about ZoomAlbums.
I am excited to announce that ZoomAlbum has asked me to hold a giveaway for a set of Photo Cover Album Kit! Whoohoo, I can't wait for you to see how neat they are and if you're able to part with one, your recipients will love them too! I gave the albums I made last week to my parents and they were amazed by what an innovative product they are.
My mom told her friend Fran about them immediately and how her photofanatic daughter-in-law would really be interested in them. Right away, my dad put the Apple Picking ZoomAlbum right in his front pocket, proving how portable they are. The proud Papa that he is, he's planning on taking it to show off his grandaughter the next time he meets his friends for lunch.
To celebrate this opportunity, I made another ZoomAlbum to share with you. The one shown is this post is not a photo cover album. I used all the Photo Cover ZoomAlbums that came in my review kit already. But I happen to have a few Colored Covers ZoomAlbums left from a previous purchase. So not only did I do a review for ZoomAlbums, I support them with my own dollars. As you can see, I add traditonal scrapbook embellishments to the cover and a rub-on title.
I decided to share my favorite pictures from our fall adventures in my ZoomAlbum, starting with pictures from our visit last month to our local farmstand.
Then I added pictures from our Zoo's Fall Festival, which I haven't about yet. So this, like the rest of the pages, gives you a preview of my upcoming personal posts.
Guess what ER is going to be for Halloween? Thank you again to her Godmother Alicia for the fanciful dress and Grandma Norma for flower garland! We think she'll be the prettiest princess on trick or treat night. This page shows that you can use horizontal pictures if you have more detail that you want to include, instead of cropping it into a square.
Last weekend we took advantage of a break in the rain and some warmish weather to take some family pictures at our local Metro Park. I love how they came out with all the fall foliage.
This is our solution to a budget fall portait session. We decided to forego the professional photographer and rely on our tripod. I think we got some great pictures!
The last pictures in my ZoomAlbum are from last Tuesday of ER on our very first preschool field trip. I know this is going to be a great little way for me to share with my family what we've been up to. I can put it in my purse and take it out to brag ER whenever I want!
Visit ZoomAlbum's website and tell which kit you'd like to try, why, and what memory you'd keep in a ZoomAlbum.
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Good Luck! Giveaway open until October 29th midnight EST to US residents.