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Blurb Review

Have you heard of Blurb?
 It is a site where you are able to create your very own "anything" book. 
You will find all the tools you need to make your own photo book, cookbook, baby book, travel photo book, blog book, story book...and so much more.
They offer quality printing and binding with a range of choices from hard to soft cover paperbacks.  It also provides an array of trim and sizes.  Best of all, once you publish your book, you have the choice of selling it online in their bookstore and receive a profit.  Doesn't that sound GREAT!

I have taken the opportunity to create my own personal book with Blurb. 
My book features family moments which I decided is not for sale.  I published it for our family to enjoy and I am sure that creating your very own would make a great gift for your family as well.
Blurb's software is full of layouts, designs, ideas and more.  At first it was a bit overwhelming, but once I got going, it became a fun project.  I can't speak for the written portion of the software, because I only used photo pages and I played with different layouts to see what worked best for me.
The software is pretty easy to use.  Make sure your computer runs fast and smooth before downloading the software, otherwise creating the book may be delayed on a slow computer.
Although the software can automatically adjust the size of my photos, I found it to be a bit challenging only because I was hoping to have full page photos in my book.  Due to the size quality of my pictures, that was not an option for me, so I had to settle for smaller photos.  Over all, it was a great experience and I enjoyed working with the Blurb software. 
I can't wait to receive my book!
I think that my next creation with Blurb will be a story book for my little one or maybe even a craft book, who knows.  There are so many ideas.
Will you be creating a book of your own?
I hope you do.  Have fun.

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(Disclaimer) This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Blurb.  All Opinions are 100% mine.

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