Father’s Day is on June 21st this year, and my daughters and I have come up with something ultra special for my dear hubby this year. With the help of Snapfish, we created an adorable photo book that with custom pages I made for my kids to fill out, and a sweet photo mug filled with Dad’s favourite treats. We think Daddy will love his meaningful gifts this year, and I had a blast making them with my girls. Read on to see how easy it was to create these photo gifts, and I’ll also share with you some free files I created that you can add to your own Snapfish Father’s Day book!
To make this Father’s Day photo book, I logged in to the new Snapfish site and chose to start creating an 8 x 8″ hardcover custom cover photo book. I clicked on the “Just Like Dad” premade template and got to work! I loved how the book was already laid out for me, and all I had to do was pop in some photos and text – it was nice and quick.
When I did want to change the layout of a specific page or add in my own custom pages using a graphic I designed, the user-friendly tools in the Snapfish photo book editor made it really easy to do! I made these “A Portrait of My Dad” and “All About My Dad” graphics that I popped in as a full page photo in my book so that my girls could add their own special touches to Daddy’s book:
I designed them to match the lovely navy coloured theme of the Snapfish “Just Like Dad” photo book template.
If you’d like to download these images to make your own photo book for Daddy, click on the images below to see them in full size, and then save them to your computer.
It’s easy to upload photos and graphics like this to your Snapfish account to use on any of your Snapfish projects – you could even import them from Instagram!
After I uploaded all of our special Daddy-daughter photos and these custom pages, I easily popped them into this photo book template and ordered the 8×8″ photo book. I also ordered a photo mug with our most recent family photo on it to go with the book.
When the order came in the mail, I was so impressed with the quality of the book. It has a glossy cover and beautiful archival-quality paper in a semigloss finish.
This is something that my hubby will treasure, I’m sure! The girls loved leafing through the book, and then they had a blast filling in the custom pages I made. Little C is so proud of her printing skills (and so am I, of course):
I think he’ll love his special gift, and he’ll especially find joy in reading his girls’ questionnaire answers and seeing the portraits they drew of him. They’re so adorable! Gah!
(My fave is Little A’s answer: “My dad always says… I can have a snack”. Ha!)
If you want to create a similar Father’s Day book for your main squeeze, click here to visit the new Snapfish website and don’t forget to download my free insert graphics up above for the dad portrait and questionnaire.
Thanks, Daddies, for all that you do!
Disclaimer: This post was created in partnership with Snapfish. All opinions are my own.
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