Spotlight on “UniBind” (Review)



Make Your Own Hardback Books at Home

Making your own hardback books has never been easier! The Photobook prod_spray_smallCreator gives you the ability to make beautiful hardback books in just 90 seconds, right from the comfort of your own home or office. There is no need to load your pages up to a server or wait weeks for delivery.

The Photobook Creator is perfect for scrapbookers, photographers, small business owners, or anyone who wants the ability to bind and preserve digital images in an attractive, durable way. Photobooks come in a range of sizes, colors and finishes to complement any application.

  • Step #1 – Take Your Pictures
  • Step #2 – Print Pictures onto ANY Paper
  • Step #3 – Put pages into any one of the Unibind hardback covers
  • Step #4 – Place the book into the photobook creator




There are times when you need to have the perfect gift. The average picture frame just won’t word. I find myself in that predicament quite often, especially with my mother and mother-in-law. After awhile you just don’t know what to purchase for birthdays or Christmas.  You want to find something perfect, sentimental and memorable.

UniBind has thought “outside” the box and found a way for you to create exceptional, quality photo books at home and at a fraction of the cost. What better present then a book of memories?book_spray

Using any type of paper you can print out your favorite photos and bind them in a UniBind Cover. Thanks to Karen  (Thomas PR) I was able to review not one but four UniBind books and a UniBind sytem!

I am not a technical savy person nor am I one who likes to read a long list of directions. UniBind has created a wonderful demo video. You can view it here and you will learn how amazing and simple to create are the Photo Books.

Nothing, and I mean nothing, says “I love You” or “I was thinking about you” better then a special memory. Turned into a creative photo book it will be more then a gift…it will be “the” gift. Dont’ settle for 2nd rate. Order your UniBind now and you are on the way to creating your own beautiful masterpieces.



**Information obtained from UNIBIND Press Kit and/or Website.


~ by iemommy on July 8, 2009.

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