I take lots of photos of my children. My parents and extended family lives thousands of miles away so I am always looking for different ways to share my photos with them.
When I was doing a web search on photo sharing I came across this great new website called Photofun.com. You can save and share your photos and order everything from wall decorations to calenders, business cards and photo cards. They also have this product called a zapbook. A zapbook is your photos made into a bound book. Its great because you don't have to purchase a separate photo album to hold your photos. All of your photos are bound together into this great book. Another great thing about zapbooks is that you can customize them and put as many photos on a page as you wish using their page layouts. Zapbooks are so cool because you don't have to spend the extra time putting all of your photos into a photo album. Zapbooks also make great gifts.
I would love to get my parents a photo calender for Christmas this year. You can create your own photo calender at Photofun.com. They have two different types of calenders. They have photo-calenders which are printed on photo paper while their printed-calendars are printed on matte paper.
Another thing I like about photofun.com is their prices. They only charge five cents per print and a standard shipping charge of $1.25. For great photo gifts at the lowest prices check out photofun.com.
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