document your year with custom moleskine photo books

  

Not into scrapbooking? We understand; arranging your life into albums and decorating it with stickers, cutouts, and fancy paper can be...complicated. Which is why Project Life 365™, home of our photo-a-day challenge, has teamed up with Moleskine, purveyors of the most fantastic notebooks and journals (seriously...we use them religiously at Design Aglow headquarters) to offer print-on-demand photo albums, a modern solution for collecting and displaying the images you’ve taken throughout the year. Available in either 48 or 92 pages, each custom book is 8x8” (20.3×20.3cm) square and features a collage of your chosen images on the cover.  In Moleskine’s signature style, your book will be printed on ivory paper with open-flat binding, with classic rounded corners, elastic closure, and an expandable pocket to capture trinkets or loose photos. The autofill tool and pre-designed layouts mean that your book can be made instantly using Moleskine’s unique Instagram upload tool. Ready to make your own Moleskine album? Order by December 17th for Christmas delivery within the US!

The details: Moleskine is offering 10% off on the signature Project Life 365 books (automatically applied, no coupon necessary). Starting from 48 pages and US$54.90 plus shipping. Project Life 365 Moleskine Photo Book, 48 pages: US$54.90 Project Life 365 Moleskine Photo Book, 72 pages: US$71.10 Project Life 365 Moleskine Photo Book, 92 pages: US$84.60 Expandable to 120 pages, shipping and additional pages charged at checkout.

To create your very own book:
1. Click here to visit the Moleskine books page.
2. Scroll down, and the Project Life 365™ book is the last icon on the second row.
3. Click on “CREATE BOOK”
4. You will have the choice between a 48, 72, and 92 page book. Select the size you would like to create, and upload away!




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