PhotoBox is Europe’s leading online digital photo service. They help create memories through photo books, calendars and canvas just to name a few. PhotoBox recently credited (my already existing account) to share my experience on their site and here’s how I got on. DSC_2912

I’ve always wanted to make my own family Christmas cards and decided to use a natural photo captured at a recent photo shoot with Nessa Robinson. I love everything about the photo, it wasn’t staged, we were just trying to entertain Frankie so we could get some family photo’s so I was very surprised when we were presented it. I used the photo on our PhotoBox Christmas cards.

I must have expensive taste as I chose one of the dearer Christmas cards of all 245 designs. There was something about the print, even though it was simple, it really stood out to me. Uploading my pictures was a breeze and editing was pretty simple too. I didn’t change the font, colours or play with the filters although I did move my illustrations on the inside. The cards arrived within a few days and I was very surprised with the quality, they’re certainly not flimsy, the cards are beautiful and envelopes were included too. I also so got some keyrings of the same photo too.

customize your christmas with photobox, personalised jigsaw

Every Christmas Eve we give Kayla a jigsaw, it’s just something that’s almost a tradition now. I’d been on the lookout for a non Disney/Frozen type for ages and I’d almost given up until I was browsing PhotoBox and seen that you can personalize your own. Bingo! Kayla loves her own face. Can you imagine her face when she see’s this jigsaw? She’ll absolutely love it!

Overall I found the site easy to navigate and explore. Editing was straight forward and the checkout was effortless. I love that you can track your order to your door too. The only negative I have to say about my whole experience was my order arriving separately. All three packages arrived within days of each other, probably costing PhotoBox a fortune. All in all I enjoyed my experience and I’ve still some credit left from my review and plan to get a canvas done shortly after Christmas when Joe starts finishes painting the living room.

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