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This is SPOOKTACULAR! A Picaboo customer makes a BOO-tiful book for a Halloween gift-exchange!
We love Lauren’s sophisticated use of our border, shadow, and corners tools.
Four years after Sandie had taken a Mediterranean cruise with her son, he passed from a sudden heart attack at age 30. Sandie, tenderly made this book in memory of her son and the time they shared on their Roman Holiday.
Not all weddings are formal affairs. We love Cherry and Dawn’s small wedding following a half-marathon.
Forty-six years after she was married, Ellen lovingly created this book.
Marieke’s no-fuss Wedding Album offers a perfect example of “less is more.”
This delightful book of happy campers was created as a token of thanks for supporters of The Painted Turtle, part of the SeriousFun Children’s Network.
Here is a simple, yet darling, book that is a special way to document these triplets turning two!
Brian makes a photo book of his first home before the big move! What a great way to mark this family milestone.
We love how the excitement of this special occasion in Jesse’s life is captured in the photo book: “Jesse’s Bar Mitzvah.”
This is an inspiring story of a woman determined to live life on her terms after getting thrown a few curve-balls. Take it from Miss Norma…Life is a Highway!
Using lyrics from a collection of Christmas Carols, Jennifer has put together an enchanting little book for her niece that captures some candid moments captured during the holidays. View Book
Tim used Picaboo’s Modern Wedding Theme as a starting point for creating his wedding album.
Fifteen-Year-Old Nora is an aspiring event planner.
Here is a book that only includes the special details of the wedding.
These layouts are mostly already pre-designed on Picaboo’s website. Don’t forget, black creates a sleek backdrop for your photos.
Here is a great idea for a personalized wedding guest book!
Here’s a simple album of the best pics from Wyatt’s graduation photos.
Even though she couldn’t attend Jensen’s bat mitzvah, Elizabeth still felt like a part of the special day when she created this book.