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The Book of Everyone

I was really excited to be asked to review The Book of Everyone. I decided to make one for my dad as a Christmas present...

The Book of Kevin

The Book of Everyone make personalised books suitable as Birthday, Christmas, Valentine's, Mother's / Father's Day and general keepsake presents. You can check out the full range HERE. As Christmas is almost upon us I went for the festive option. The turnaround time was great; I ordered on November 27th and my book arrived on December 5th. I'm so impressed with it. The print quality and binding are excellent, the customer service was brill, and the trivia included is genuinely interesting. My favourite is the fact that my dad shares 45% of his DNA with a brussel sprout. :)

The website is incredibly easy to use. You begin by filling in a short 'who's it for?' form with name, gender and date of birth details. Next you input who the book is from, and their relationship to the recipient. Then the fun part begins! The basic default settings are awesome - the design team has done a fantastic job - with pages telling you things like what the top TV show was in the year of their birth, and even the most popular type of facial hair. There are still loads of opportunities to put your own stamp on the book though. For some pages this might just mean picking from a selection of colours or backgrounds, like the page pictured above, while others give you the option to upload your own photographs and add your own text. On the page below you could change the headline, and add your own photo. I chose one of my dad back in his teens:

I love personalised gifts and highly recommend The Book of Everyone. If you want to get one of your own, the books come in digital (£7.50), soft cover (£19.50), hard cover (£29.50), or deluxe (£49.50) formats. The latter three options also include a free digital version which is a really nice touch.

Try it out for yourself and get 20% off when you click the picture below!

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  1. This is such a cool book! It sounds easy to make & it turned out really great. It'd be an amazing Christmas gift for a loved one. #LovelyThings x

    1. It really was so easy to make - much simpler than some of the others I've tried. x

  2. What a lovely book and a really nice idea for Christmas :) thanks for linking up to #lovelythings

    1. My dad is so awkward to find gifts for, so I love that this is personalised and a bit different. :)

  3. This looks fab!! I love personalised gifts and this one looks great.

    Thank you for linking up with #justanotherlinky

    1. It's brilliant quality and really fun to flick through x

  4. This looks fab! Thanks for linking up to #justanotherlinky xx

  5. This looks brilliant, I am all into keepsakes at the moment and it would make a fantastic present as you say. Popping over from #Lovelythings

    1. It's really lovely as a keepsake, and the designs of the pages are so fun!


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