Looking for father’s day gift ideas? Naturally, we suggest a Father’s Day photo book made by you. To help, we’ve assembled some of our favorite Father’s Day books for a little inspiration (just don’t forget our Father’s Day order deadlines):
1) Help from small places
Don’t just add photos, create little fill-in-the-blank dad bios for the kids to finish, then incorporate them into the book. It’s a nice way to show dad just what he means to them.
2) Take it easy
Want an effortless, good-looking book? Try our “Designer Collection” templates. Sure, Designer Collection doesn’t sound very manly, but check out our Marfa template with its wood tone backgrounds. Just add 20 photos – even your Instagram shots – and create an easy book online. It’s particularly great for bringing back those moments he was just too sleep-deprived to remember:
3) Bring it old school
If your dad goes back to the days of slides and film, you scan those wonderful analog memories and put them together into a single book. It’s a wonderful way to bring back those sweet Kodachrome times.
4) Show him he’s “Liked”
If dad’s on Facebook, chances are you’ve got all the material for a great Father’s Day book right there. Our Instant Book creator lets you use any Facebook photos that your friends and family have chosen to share with you. Just load up our Instant Book tool, search for your dad in your friend list, and pull in the photos you want (and the comments too).