Sunday, March 17, 2013

Best In Class Shutterfly Yearbooks


The school year is almost over, and before you know it, summer will be fully upon us. If your year was anything like ours, it was a mixture of  fun, chaos and activities galore. Class trips, sports teams, dances, events and more make up a school year, and we always wants to remember them all.


My favorite way to preserve a cherished school year of memories is by having them together in a yearbook. I remember being excited to get yearbooks as a child. We would pour over them looking at the class photos, group shots and various other photos throughout the book. At the end of the year, we all used to take them to school to have our friends and favorite teachers sign them so we could keep them forever. Sadly, through events beyond my control, I no longer have those books. Knowing how much I enjoyed them, has made me want to do the same for my children.


I have mentioned Shutterfly yearbooks before and wanted to share the new Best of Class style with you. Available in three different sizes, in hardcover or soft, and with any number of pages, you can really make this book exactly what you need. You can get a quote on group pricing to see just how much these can save you over traditional yearbook styles, or visit the tips and tricks for ideas.



Shutterfly Yearbooks allow you to create a fabulous book with a look that suits your student, class or school and all at a price you can afford. The easy to use templates can make ordering a snap, or take your time and arrange each page exactly how you like it. The possibilities are endless and you are left with a beautiful yearbook that can be enjoyed for years to come.


*This is a sponsored post from Shutterfly. I will receive a code for a free photo book for sharing about the new style. All opinions are my own as a satisfied Shutterfly customer.

1 comment:

Bryan Payne said...

Hi A, how does Shutterfly find you to give you a way to test their product. I'd like to do the same. Do you belong to a group?

B