A Little Family History

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In a digital era, more and more of our family photos spend their lives on our computers or on photo sharing sites, versus in photo albums or piled in shoe boxes around our houses. While saving the space has its perks, it is still nice to sit down and peruse a family album every once in awhile.

We totally fell for “Our Life: The Queenie and Bristol Martin Sr. Family Story” which is anything but a typical family photo album, but serves the same purpose and adds a little more to the photo sharing experience. Each page looks hand crafted with family profiles, old and new photos, and a whole lot of charm. “Our Life” is a serious must see for anyone looking to do a family album – whether it’s a family history book, vacation book, or just a collection of photos from over the years.

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  1. How did you get your pages to look the way you did? I love this book and the design!!

    By Stephanie
      February 6, 2009 – 4:48 pm   Permalink
  2. I agree! It’s a brilliant book! My best congratulations!

    By J-P
      February 9, 2009 – 11:28 pm   Permalink
  3. Wow, your book is gorgeous! What a great way to preserve memories.

    By starlite21
      February 21, 2009 – 8:40 pm   Permalink
  4. great! perfect work, you have full understanding of shape and colours etc. cong..

      March 10, 2009 – 11:14 am   Permalink
  5. Bravo! Scrapbooking at it’s finest.

    By Carol
      March 10, 2009 – 12:56 pm   Permalink
  6. I like the family tree page with “splashes” of snap shot photos!
    Is this a template or scrapbook ??

    By Karen Goad
      March 10, 2009 – 8:51 pm   Permalink
  7. I like very much your book,It’s look like handcraft. I just finish my first book on blurb, and I don’t know how you make yours because the layout proposals doesn’t offer so much possibilities. I would like very much you share your little secrets! Sorry for my english language, i am a french girl… Friendly yours. Annie

    By Annie Saulet
      March 11, 2009 – 2:47 am   Permalink
  8. This book is an inspiration to many, I’m sure, to create one of their own family. Although, I don’t know how any would make one as awesome looking as yours.

      March 11, 2009 – 6:33 am   Permalink
  9. I too enjoyed this book very much! It’s beautiful! I’m in the making of my first book! Can you please tell me how you got your pages to look like that? I would appreciate it greatly! Thank you!

    By Jessica
      March 12, 2009 – 3:12 pm   Permalink
  10. I agree with all the comments! As a family member, we loved it and are truly blessed to have the author in our family! What a gift!!!!

    By Norma
      March 13, 2009 – 6:24 pm   Permalink
  11. I join others before me who love your book. I add my voice to others with a request as to how you managed to have your pages to look like they do. I am very new to making a book so would appreciate your sharing this information and any other information you may have that is more-or-less “outside of the box”.

    By Macon Lawrence
      March 20, 2009 – 1:24 pm   Permalink
  12. I love your book!! You have inspired me. I am making a book of memories for my Grandmother and you have helped me. Congratulations of such a wonderful book.

    By G. Rummels
      March 26, 2009 – 7:16 pm   Permalink

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