Are you tired of having all your vacation photos sitting on your phone or computer where no one sees them? For years, I had intentions of putting together scrapbooks filled with pictures from our Disney trips. I had all my photos downloaded to my computer and told myself that I would print them out and get them into albums. Then it hit me. Not only would it cost a small fortune to print them out and buy all the supplies, but it would probably take me months to get the album put together. Even though I had the best of intentions in creating a Disney album, the process was delayed year after year because I didn’t want to commit to it.
I knew there had to be a better way.
And there is with Mixbook. Mixbook is a photo lovers dream. It is the easiest way to turn those Disney vacation photos into a coffee table worthy album.
The process for creating a Disney album is super simple.
- You can upload photos to Mixbook from your computer, Facebook, Instagram, SmugMug, Dropbox and more.
- Choose your book style, size and format.
- Either hand place your images on the page or have Mixbook randomly place your photos for you!
When I created my first Mixbook Album, I had an idea already what I wanted. We had done a Disney Halloween vacation several years ago where we went to Walt Disney World and on a Disney Halloween cruise. I wanted my album to focus on that trip.
After choosing my size & cover style, and downloading my photos, I sat down for about 2 hours to work on putting the album together. Mixbook has a catalog of pre-made page layouts, background and images. Because my theme was Halloween, it was quite easy to find images and pages that would work perfectly. The album can be put together quite easily, mostly with drag & drop functionality.
Mixbook allows you to see your page layout in sets, individually, and in bulk. You can even more pages around! The process of putting a quality, eye-catching album couldn’t be any easier!
After I published my first Disney album, it arrived quickly. I was very pleased with the quality of both the exterior and interior of the photo book. My Mixbook photo book is able to stand up, so that I can showcase it in a prominent spot in my home for everyone to see!
The interior pages are heavy and the pictures are crisp. Colors are vibrant. I am thrilled with how this photo book turned out and will be putting together more books in the future!
The only thing that I will do differently when I create my next book is to upgrade to the lay flat pages so that my photos that lay on the crease are more viewable.
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Are you ready to create a Disney album?