Is it really fair to deprive your loved ones the joy of seeing all of your dog’s Halloween photos? Especially those few family members who haven’t gone digital yet – will they just miss your hilarious uploads? For these folks, and for the future of your Halloween memories, we invite you to visit Blurb.com. With their handy software, you can make your own, professional quality books featuring your costumed pets.

 

As it turns out, Halloween is the biggest photo holiday of the year, even bigger than Christmas. So blurb.com is ready to turn your post-trick or treat photos into customized books or portfolios. Of course, you can make other photo books for weddings or business, or snappy printed copies of blogs. But without your dog’s mug on the cover, how many can you really sell? That’s right. If you’d like, Blurb.com can sell your books at cost or for profit in their online bookstore.

 

With hundreds of professionally-designed layouts, fonts, backgrounds, borders and hand-illustrated designs to choose from, it’s a snap to create incredible books with no design experience. You don’t even need to import your photos or blogs – the Blurb.com slurp tools grab them all for you from Flickr, Picassa, and SmugMug or your blog site.

 

Once Blurb.com runs off a few copies, why not order a couple for your pup’s book signing and give them away as gifts? To entice the crowd to come, just send them an invite-only preview of the book or share it with the world in Blurb.com’s bookstore. 

Halloween comes just once a year. But a photo of a pug in a wonder woman costume must last forever. Blurb.com makes it so.

 

The Scoop:

Blurb.com
Create your own books with photos only or text and photos. Prices start at $12.95 for softcover books and $22.95 for hardcover books.
www.blurb.com

 

Thank you to Danielle Daigle Photography for the image of her blurb book cover featuring Lucy.