Saving Your Family Memories With Snapfish By HP – Our Family Keepsakes #SnapfishParties

I can’t think of a better way to preserve my favorite memories than with my photographs. My husband complains that my hard drives are overflowing with endless amounts of photos and he wonders how I’ll ever share them all. I have to say one of my favorite ways of showing off my favorite pictures is with a photo canvas. Photo canvases easily turn your photos, or even children’s hand drawn artwork into hangable pieces for your home.

See I have quite a few hanging in each of my hallways.

This month I have partnered with Snapfish  to share all the ways I love to save my family memories. In fact we’ll be having a party at our house with all of our friends so we can also show them how they can easily save their family memories. I’m already starting to prepare for the party and wanted to share these fun and FREE party printables.

I also wanted to share with you all some of the things I recently ordered from Snapfish. These hard photobooks literally cost me $11.99 and have 20 pages filled with my favorite photos from the past year. I plan on making photo books for my children every year so by the time they are grown they’ll have a whole collection of books about their life. Since I’m not that crafty or into scrapbooking these days they are a fun, affordable, and super simple way to share our family memories.

Ordering my photo treasures was so simple, and I love that Snapfish saves my photos! I can also send them right to Walgreen’s for 1 hour prints or order affordable photo canvases, books, magnets, and much more! I can even save my items just in case they ever get lost or if we had some sort of loss of our home.

Over the next few weeks we can’t wait to share more about our Family Keepsakes party and hope you’ll also share with us your favorite way to save your family photos.

 

I am a compensated HP Snapfish brand ambassador, although I am a long time HP fan and, as always, I only choose companies I would recommend personally to work with professionally. All children and recipes are my own.

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Comments

  1. shelly peterson says

    I love canvases! I have one of just my youngest but would really like to get more done. I have one grandson and another on the way so some of them would be nice and of the whole family. I have used Snap Fish a few times. I’ve ordered a calendar, coffee mug and a couple collage posters. I really do like using Snap Fish, they have a lot of neat items to pick from. I like the idea of your photo books done yearly.

  2. christine jessamine says

    i love ordering prints from snapfish, the canvas looks amazing! they have a huge sell on them this week too

  3. Heather Augenstein says

    I have never used snapfish, as I usually just get photos developed at my local Walgreen’s. BUT I would love to create some photo books! I used to scrapbook prior to my child but now I just don’t have the time. These look so professional and seem pretty easy to compile! Thanks for the review!

  4. amy v says

    the fact that it’s so easy is a HUGE selling point for me!! I love using photos in my gifts-they are personalized and the grandparents/aunts/uncles love them! :)