5 ways to make Tinybeans photo books spectacular

In case you missed it: we launched brand new Tinybeans photo books! We think Tinybeans photo books are the easiest way to create keepsakes and gifts to share with the ones you love the most. We’re excited to offer more ways to customize your photo book to make it truly unique and treasured for generations to come. Here are 5 ways to make your photo books spectacular! Stay on the look out for future tips and ideas.

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1. Include a dedicated page in the beginning

What better way to take personalization to the next level than by including a dedicated page? Whether it’s a dedication to grandma or for your little one to read when they are older, we think this is a great way to add a personal touch that will be treasured for generations.

Tinybeans photo books dedication page

2. Create a photo-a-day book

Photo-a-day books are a great way to showcase the individual months or seasons with a baby. We’re a big fan of setting one photo on each page with a small caption to allow the images to tell the story.

Tinybeans photo a day

3. Create a yearly snapshot including every month

Choosing the calendar option on the page makes it easy to have a book with the year in review. These also make perfect gifts! We recommend selecting the calendar option on one page and your favorite image of the month on the following pages.

 

Yearly snapshot photo books

4. Include your child’s artwork

Take a photo of your child’s artwork and add it to your Tinybeans album. Sprinkle these photos throughout your photo book to tell the whole story about this chapter of your little one’s life. Plus, it will be fun to look back on when they are older!

Tinybeans photo book

5. Use captions to tell a story

Dig deep into your inner children’s author and let the creativity flow! Use a photo book to tell the full story about a recent family vacation, life with the grandparents, or the adventure of parenthood through our captions and text pages.

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