When you have been married as long as I have sometimes coming up with a gift for my husband is difficult. This year I wanted to do something that reminded him of how much I loved him but would be something he could keep for a lifetime. I recently found this great company called LoveBook.
LoveBook is a really cool service that allows you to create your very own personalized book for your loved one. You can choose everything in the book including the cover, the pages, and even what the figures on the page look like. The process was super easy and only took me about thirty minutes to complete. Just log into the LoveBook site and begin with creating your personalized stick figures that will be featured in the book. This is super cute because you can give them features to make them look like you and your loved one. Then comes the fun part of creating your book. There are a bunch of pre-made pages you can choose from or you can create your very own. I choose some pre-made pages:
They have fun reason your love your partner with images to go along with each passage. They also have some really cute coupons you can add in as well. You can make your book as long as you would like. Comes with a hard cover so it will last a long time and can be enjoyed over and over again. They even have several different covers to choose from.
It’s a great way to let the one you love know how you feel about them in a way that they can cherish forever. I can’t wait to give this to my husband for Valentines Day. It’s super unique and was so easy to make. It shipped super fast as well so you still have plenty of time to get yours!
Learn more on the LoveBook Website.
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