- Turn your photos into the perfect book of souvenirs
Home stylist Jason Grant reveals how to easily create souvenirs of weddings, holidays, your kids, other special occasions or even just life with PhotoPico.
A photo book is a special document like a time capsule.
I made this photobook of my Boston terrier, Bondi Beach and Byron Bay (my two favourite places) online on PhotoPico and if I can do it, so can you!
There's just six simple steps to follow and then voila, you'll have a perfect coffee table book of favourite memories.
Here is my step by step of how to make your own:
I chose a square book as it fit with my images beautifully. It's now on my coffee table ready for anyone to flick through.
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