Preserving Memories with MPix Photo Books

MPix Photo Book

I made this with MPix!

I used MPix Photo Lab to create a photo book of a very special family memory. And it was so easy! If you’re like me, you put off organizing and displaying the gazillion photos you take with your smartphone, right? To help you preserve and display your cell-phone trapped memories, I have a special discount code for 25% off a photo book. But first, let me tell you how easy it was for me to make one.

After our daughter ran the NYC Marathon this past November, 7th, 2021 (her first marathon), I had to preserve this accomplishment in a tangible way.

An MPix photo book was the answer.

MPix Photo Book Lab

Creating the pages of the MPix Photo Book is easy!

It only took me a few days to pull the photo book together, and once I submitted it, it took less than a week to process and get it back. The hardest part of this whole process was selecting the photos!

MPix Photo Book

A look inside my MPix Photo Book project.

The MPix online photo book software is simple, intuitive, and super easy to use. First, I selected the size and type of photo book I wanted. I settled on a Premium Linen hard cover book with a slim dust jacket. I chose matt archival quality paper for this project. Then I started uploading all the photos I wanted to use. During this process, I discovered something cool. Besides using my PC, I downloaded the MPix application on my smartphone and uploaded all the photos I’d taken at the event straight from my camera roll on to the MPix program. All my photos, both from my computer and my phone, were all in one place so I could quickly select them as I went along.

MPix Photo Book

Creating the pages was easy with MPix’s Page Layout options.

The next step was choosing page layouts. After deciding how many photos I wanted to have on a page, MPix used the selected photos to create several layouts. I just clicked on the one I liked and done. The pages came together effortlessly. I was able to also switch photos or rearrange them right on the page when I needed to. I added borders and text to the photos as well.

Once I was on a roll, I found I wanted to add some pages in between the ones I’d already designed. Not a problem with this program. I just clicked on Add a Page, and voila! There was a new blank page right where I wanted it.

The photo book has 20 pages, which is the minimum for a photo book, and is just right. My favorite part of the book is the inscription on the back. Priceless!

MPix Photo Book

The inscription on the back is my favorite part.

Overall, the process was painless and fast. I agonized about doing something like this for a long time, but I’m glad I finally did it.

MPix Photo Book

A memory we will treasure for ever.

I can’t wait for our daughter to open the beautiful photo album I made for her with my own hands. Of course, I ordered two books, one for our daughter and one for our home.

I hope she loves her MPix photo book as much as I loved making it for her.

Now, it’s your turn to try to make a photo book with MPix, too. Use this code suzette2521 and get 25% off on your next photo project!

(Standard disclaimers apply)

Have you made a photo book before? If you make one, let me know how it goes for you!


Disclaimer: MPix provided me with a credit so I could try out their service. 




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