interactive keepsake albums are here!

            Along the lines of our best-selling modular card collections, our Interactive Keepsake Albums incorporate interchangeable designs to sell four types of books within one beautiful system. The Interactive Keepsake Albums' four distinct designs--all built with the same template--offer ultimate flexibility in swapping out colors, elements, and themes to customize the books to your clients' delight. Ideal for babies, moms & dads, engaged couples, and seniors, this product stands alone as a unique suite of book offerings, allowing you to sell an album for all of life's events. The professionally-written questionnaires included in each book aren't just a fun spin on the traditional guest album; they also transform each book into an interactive custom experience, for children to celebrate their parents, parents to reminisce about their kids, and well-wishers to share memories, humor, and advice. Perfect for package or la carte upsells, client gifts, or seasonal specials. An instant heirloom for every occasion or stage of life. INCLUDES: Four stylish, innovative album designs, each with its own theme: babies, couples, parents, and seniors Fun and inspired questions to engage your clients Layered Photoshop and InDesign files for simple modifications and complete customization 30 creative pages, in adjustable 10x10 square design (rotate the horizontal layouts to make vertical layouts before running the actions) Bundled actions for super fast book creation Made using ProDPI's 10x10 templates (and can easily customized to suit any album company's specifications) *Special thanks to Bre Thurston Photography, Erich McVey Photography, Pink Fly Photography and Melanie Leighton Photography for the lovely sample images. Click here to check them out in the shop!




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