If you’re ever concerned that someone will forget that all-important birthday, there’s a very simple solution. Create your own calendar and include a large photo of yourself in the relevant month.
I’ll be creating an even more eye-catching entry for 2013 when there’s a big birthday on the horizon, because something tells me I’ll be ordering this calendar again and again. I’m that impressed with it.
IJ has asked if she can have her own calendar with herself featured on every month. I’ve said that’s probably not wise, although she does feature heavily in this one.
Shame I'm giving it to IJ's grandparents for Christmas. It's packed full of treasured family memories, although I can only show a limited number of months here. Not only would it spoil the surprise but it might also alarm relatives when they find their image on display in the month of February and on the internet for all to see.
Creating the calendar was simple and straightforward. I simply uploaded a selection of photographs from my computer and dragged them across to the relevant months on the calendar. There’s the option to preview the whole creation before finalising it and placing your order.
The calendar arrived within 48 hours and was packaged perfectly in a large cardboard holder so it arrived in pristine condition. Priced at £18.49 plus postage and packaging I think it's great value for money.
My birthday’s on the 16th by the way, just in case you were wondering.
For the purpose if this review, Photobox credited my account with £20. You can find their full range of photo calendars on the Photobox website.