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5 Blurb Book Layout Tips

"Do you love the look of full spread bleeds but not sure how to achieve the layout with the free program? It’s not rocket science, but it can be done. Create two full bleed page layouts next to each other. Insert the same photo on each side. Scale exactly the same percentage and then line each photo with the center along the spine."


This what I'll be doing going forward... a year of memories all in one easy book....turn those memories into books with blurb - family yearbooks


Journaling Prompt #51 Take a photo of something you’re thankful for and stick this in today’s entry. It can be anything you like, but it should be inspiring and act as a reminder to actively embrace gratitude.

from The Connection We Share

A Busy Mom’s Blurb Photo Book Review – With A Coupon

Memories are too precious to live on a hard drive.Like many of you, I also have thousands of photos sitting on the computer, waiting for us to open up a file and take a quick click-through. This post contains affiliate links. Thank…


Funny tumblr post>>>> I'm speechless. This is perfect, I know how to send howlers now.

from Two Little Owls Photography

Answering Project Life App book printing questions

Last week I wrote a guest blog post for Organising the Four of Us on creating a Project Life book using the Project Life App and printing through Blurb. I had a couple of questions from readers following this post so thought I'd summarise the answers here. Can you print the Project Life App layouts into a book without using Lightroom? * Yep, it can be done directly through the Blurb website: * Upload your PL layouts onto your computer (make sure you save them as ...

from Stylist Magazine

Celebrity special: opening lines from books

Room by Emma Donoghue - this was a really good book written from the point of view of a 5 year old, left me wanting more 9/10

from Etsy

1940s Wartime Dresses Knitting Patterns - Sun-Glo Knitting Book Series 50

Truly stunning 28 page Australian Sun-Glo knitting book from the 1940s for knitted dresses. Undated but clearly from World War II era as there is a blurb on page 2 about most of their wool being requisitioned for the Defence Department. Full of gorgeous forties fashion photos showing off the hairstyles and accessories of the era. One model is even posed in front of a sand-bagged building! Contains the following patterns: *2448 - A dainty frock to wear from noon till late curfew…