Nov 16, 2011

Picaboo: Customizable Cookbook for $20 and B1G1 Free Photo Book, Calendar or Collage!

Nov
16
2011
Wednesday

Picaboo has a couple of great deals going right now, including the customizable cookbook I posted about a few days ago! If you’ve ever wanted to create your own cookbook, Picaboo is offering a deal through Groupon where you can create and customize your own cookbook for only $20!

If you have a collection of family recipes this would be an awesome way to preserve them and even offer them as gifts to family members!

Picaboo is also offering a coupon code for buy 1 get 1 free classic photo book, calendar, or collage now through 11/22/11 when you use the coupon code AWESOME at checkout!

Follow the links below to view each deal:

To customize your own personal cookbook(s):

1. If you have not signed up before sign up for Groupon HERE.

2. Then, come back to this post and follow this link here: Piacboo Groupon Customized Cookbook Deal.

3. You can choose the $20 option, the $50 option, or $100 option. The Groupon CAN be used toward shipping.

To Order the B1G1 Classic Photo Books, Calendar, or Collage:

1. Head over to Picaboo here: Picaboo Coupon Code: B1G1 Free.

2. Create your 8.5 x 11 classic photo books, calendars and/or collages.

3. At checkout use the code AWESOME  to get them for buy 1 get 1 free.

4. Shipping on photo books should come out to about $11 for the photo books, $10 for the calendars, and $7 for the collages.

This post is part of the Surviving The Holidays: Gift Ideas For Less series!

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