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Re-create favorite moments with an at-home photo shoot.Photo credit: k_is_for_kat Growing Up You can't go wrong with a classic family photo album.Even better, try other simple reading and math books.For example, teach your child addition by having him count photos taken of his favorite toys.Take photos of their favorite things from each letter in the alphabet for a book that'll keep their attention.Photo credit: Shutterfly New Additions If you're family is growing, create a photo book for each new addition.Fill your album with photos of you and your Valentine and include sweet messages to make them feel special.
Photo credit: samlichtenstein Springtime Fun If you're not an everyday photo taker, collect your pictures over the course of a few months.
Creating a photo album takes a lot of work and planning, and it helps to have some inspiration on hand to get those creative juices flowing.
We’ve compiled 80 photo book ideas that will help inspire your next book.
Photo credit: sarah_hill Neighborhood Love Who says you have to only print special memories?
Go on a photo shoot around your neighborhood and capture things you might overlook in the day-to-day.