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!
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 www.cewe-photobook.co.uk , 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.
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!