Friday, March 05, 2010

Photoworks and Baby Phun

Babies and pictures and photo albums go together like a horse and carriage, peanut butter and jelly, or green eggs and ham.

I have a new baby niece, so when Mom Central asked if I'd like to try out the new Photoworks site and build a baby book, well, of course I said, "Please, pretty please, may I?" Then I gathered all the photos I have of our new little sweetie and uploaded them to the site.

Uploading was easy. I created a login and password, chose my book style, and then filled my own photo album with any and all potential book pictures. Placing the photos in the book was as easy as ABC, 1-2-3, do-re-mi, or drop and drag.

As soon as I got started, I recruited La Petite to help out. She's the most talented photographer and layout pro in the family, so I shared my password and let her go to town. But people, you don't have to be a tech expert or a professional photographer to make this work. Photoworks albums are simple to make and produce high quality results.

And that just gives me another excuse to visit and take more photos of our cute little dumpling!

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of American Greetings PhotoWorks and received a free photo book to facilitate my review. I feel lucky to be a part of this tour; it's such good timing for my extended family.

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Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

That's one sweet baby face.

3/05/2010 11:17 AM  
Blogger bubbleboo said...

I love her expression in the first picture! She's too cute :D

3/05/2010 1:16 PM  

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