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CVS Photo Book Review

Since our twins were born I am much more into scrapbooking and making some cool little photo gifts for family members. We love to show off the twins and the family loves to see pictures and anything else that has to do with them.

Each CVS Photo Book has 10 pages and allows you to showcase over 50 photos (6″x8″). If you need more than ten pages you can add additional pages for an extra charge.

Creating a Photo Book from CVS is easy. You simply take your digital pictures on a memory card, CD or a USB flash drive to your local CVS Photo Center. Select your photo book options and then the photos. When creating a photo book you can rearrange the photos, speficy photo sizes and even add text and cute backgrounds. After you’ve designed your photo book, the processing and binding part usually takes about an hour.

 

If you are like me and like to do most of your shopping online, you can also create a huge selection of gifts with images and personal photos online through the CVS Online Photo Center. Just upload your photos and order your gifts! It’s easy and affordable.

The photo book is a great gift for anyone in the family and for any occasion. The book is very sturdy and the pictures come out very clear.

CVS has some great personalized options for Valentine’s Day as well. One of  my favorite items is the picture canvas. They offer two different sizes, 20″x24″ ($99.99) or 16″x20″ ($79.99). Other great gifts include a cuddly Teddy Bear with a photo sweatshirt ($19.99), shortbread cookies featuring a favorite portrait ($32.99), a mahogany-stained jewelry box that holds a 4.25″ photo ($29.99), or a glass crystal with a cherished photo image etched into the enter ($29.99-$99.99).

You can see a full list of great Valentine’s Day Gifts and gifts for any occasion by visiting the CVS Photo Center online.

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