Using BookSmart to create your own book

Blurb is offering 15% off any book you create with promo code CREATEABOOK during the month of September.  I have made so many books with their BookSmart software and I’d like to show you a few of them (see below).  I was making one every three months or so when my daughter was younger, but now it’s every 6 months and I’m a little behind.  I started making books of my blog posts and your lovely comments, just so I can have them to flip through one day.  Also, I have a book in process of my daughter’s artwork because I just can’t keep every little piece of paper, but a picture of it (or a scan) uploads to the book so easily.  Really, the options are endless.  I think you can do something with Facebook and Instagram pictures now too.

(This is an affiliate program that I just joined, but please be assured that I wouldn’t recommend anything that I don’t already use and love.)

Enjoy! I believe that if you click on the book cover, it’ll redirect you to a preview. I know some of these are large images so give them a minute to load.

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7 Responses to Using BookSmart to create your own book

  1. stacie says:

    Your books are amazing! Just took a peek over at the site. i shared one on, my new addiction!

  2. Naomi says:

    Thank you, Stacie. How is Keep different from Pinterest? At first glance, I don’t get it.

  3. eof737 says:

    Beautiful photos Naomi… When did you go off WP? 🙂

  4. Naomi says:

    E, it’s been about a month. I have wanted to switch to for some time now and so I just did it one weekend. I still need to contact all my former “followers” to let them know. Please feel free to subscribe here now. 🙂

  5. Cheryl says:

    Thanks Naomi for this wonderful post…I have been wanting to try Blurb for awhile now and this might just give me the push I need…so many projects and so little time.’
    Your photo’s and books are really gorgeous..inspiring to move in that direction.
    Thanks also for your visit to my blog…it is always appreciate as I learn my way around the blogging world.

  6. Naomi says:

    Oh do it, Cheryl. Booksmart is awesome. You download it once and can work on it offline for however long it takes you. When you’re totally done, you upload it to their site and order the book. I did a brag book for a friend who’s hoping to adopt and we ordered 10 copies. Simple. Of course, I am about a year behind in my daughter’s scrapbook…

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