Yesterday was the first day of Spring but it didn’t feel like it in Rochester. There are still patches snow on the ground here and there.
In order to think positive thoughts and hurry Spring-like weather along, I made a photo book of pictures I have taken in the past of Spring approaching.
I have a lot of Spring photos on Facebook. I get excited when I see the first bloom or bud, so I take a picture with my phone and post it to Facebook.
Since these photos are all on Facebook, I used the My Kodak Moments app on Facebook to make my photo book.
It’s convenient to use My Kodak Moments to build a photo book when all my photos are on right there on Facebook.
I like to organize my photos on the pages by themes and add special touches like background photos.
Background Photo How-To:
To make a photo a background photo for the page, make sure the photo you want to be the background is on the page. Add it if it isn’t there. (You can remove it later after it’s the background photo if you don’t want it on the page as a feature photo.)
Click on the pencil in the upper right corner of the photo and select “Set as Page Background”.
If you would like to repeat it on the facing page, stretch it across both pages or add it to all your pages click on the pencil in the upper right corner of the page and select “Photo Background Options…”.
When you are done, if you don’t want that same photo in the foreground click on the pencil and select “Move to Clipboard”.
I really like the look of a background photo stretched across a two page spread.
Don’t forget… after you have made a photo book with My Kodak Moments app, you can share it on Facebook so friends can click through it.
This way everyone can enjoy a little bit of Spring.
Right now small My Kodak Moment photo books are $5 with free shipping! The offer runs out at the end of March so get yours before the snow melts!
Start your photo book here –> kodak.ly/MKMFBApp