Valentine Giveaway – Cewe Photobook

Celebrating Valentine’s Day with a Photobook Giveaway

Valentine’s Day, arguably the most romantic day of the year began as a celebration of an early Christian saint named Valentinus.   Saint Valentine was imprisoned for performing weddings for soldiers who were forbidden to marry, and for ministering to Christians persecuted under the Roman Empire.  However, it wasn’t until the middle ages that the day’s association with romantic love started  . By the 15th century, Valentine’s Day had evolved into an occasion for lovers to express their love for each other with flowers, confectionery and greetings cards.  And, today it remains popular – in fact if you are IN a relationship or would like to be, sending your loved one a Valentine’s gift is a must!

Cewe Photobook

So, how are you planning on celebrating Valentine’s Day?  I’ve got a great idea for you – a unique gift which you can personalise for the special person in your life and which they will treasure for ever.

CEWE PHOTOBOOK create digital photo albums (so no spending hours sticking them into an album!!) they make great gifts for loved ones and a fab way to cherish those special moments from first dates to holidays! They make lovely valentines gifts as The Perfect Gift, Made by you.

What’s more, creating a CEWE PHOTOBOOK couldn’t be easier to make! All you have to do is go online to , download the FREE award-winning software and start designing your album, or simply let the software assistant create the book for you! Prices start as little as £5.99 to up to £100 depending your requirements.

Cewe Photobook

But, because you are ALL my secret valentines (OK,  to be more accurate because the people at Cewe offered to help) I have two vouchers to giveaway for photobooks, worth £30 each.  Even if, like me, you are not in a relationship, these would be a lovely gift for a member of your family because you can personalise the album to include those pictures you KNOW are special to the recipient.

You know what to do next.  Just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter and keep your fingers crossed!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  1. says

    Hey Fiona,
    Photobooks are such a great gift. We recently send one to our great grandmother “a just because we love you” gift. She enjoyed it so much! Awesome giveaway and definitely a great present for Valentines Day :)

  2. Liz B says

    I’d give it to my sister – it’s her 50th in September and I think she’d really like a photobook with pics of her and her friends/family through the years – fashion disasters and all !

  3. Katherine L says

    I’d give it to my parents! They’re not too digitally sound so they miss out on a lot of our photos. This would be a great keepsake for them!

  4. Caroline S says

    I’d give the photobook to my dad because he really enjoys looking through them. He’s had a stroke and isn’t very physically able any more so a photobook is a lot easier for him than lots of little printed pics or trying to look at the on a computer.

  5. Natalie S says

    I would get pictures done from our wedding and give it to my parents, as I really need to get that done but can’t afford to at the moment!

  6. Kelly Tobin says

    I’d have to get more done! Both sets of parents, grandparents, the children. Certainlly a gift to share! Fansatic

  7. Jo Wakefield says

    I’d give it to my mum, she lives quite a way away, and her first grandson is making an appearance shortly.

  8. jenny green says

    I would give it to my mom we always send something special for vday as it was my grandpas bday so we try to do something extra special

  9. jane colwill says

    Honestly i would keep it for my children and me. I would fill it with christmas photos from the years so they could look back on it.

  10. paul baker says

    My gran we took her on holiday with us to wales last year and i would love to put all the photos of our adventrues in a photobook to give to her

  11. Rebecca Collins says

    I would give it to my partner as a present full of pictures of him as a child as he has recently turned 21.

  12. Leanne Newsome says

    I’d love to create a photo book of my son and put it in his keepsake box for when he is older to see himself grow up in photos

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