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My Fabulous Life In Pictures: A Photo Scrapbook And More :: Review

Just like it says on the cover, My Fabulous Life In Pictures is a photo scrapbook – and much, much more! Of course, they don’t ALL have to be pictures of you. You can use pictures of your friends, family, pets, fave movie stars, random strangers – whatever. It’s totally up to you!


In Your Opinion

My Fabulous Life in Pictures is the perfect way to spend a rainy day or a dull night at home. Basically, the book will help you capture your life in pictures. Its pages are devoted to subjects like family, friends, favorite things, school, travel, parties, music and more. The themed pages have colorful art and inspirational questions that will definitely help you jump right in and create your own keepsake scrapbook.


To add your pictures and keepsakes simply cut and paste them into the book, answer the questions, add fun stickers (and pretty much anything else you want to do) and make your book personalized to suit the very unique YOU! It comes with special templates to make cropping easier and more than 100 stickers. Use this book to create a picture window into your world!


Fun Features

You provide the pictures; the book provides the following extras:

  • Ideas, ideas and more ideas
  • Stickers, stickers, stickers
  • Templates
  • Stencils
  • Keepsake envelopes
  • Tons of room for pictures of you and all your friends

  • Journaling Tips

    Pictures and photos are a great way to keep track of things that happen to you on a daily basis. Paste photos of your friends and family into your journalor diary and include a short description of the person in the picture and why they mean a lot to you.


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