Custom Designed Books and Artwork

Are your favorite photos wasting away in a shoebox or clogging up your hard drive? So many pictures, so little time and no idea where to begin, help is on the way! Contact Suzanne Woodie at suzannecreates@comcast.net to find out more about the following affordable services.

Custom Designed Photo Books

  • Photographs need a beautiful place to live beyond your digital camera, drawer or shoebox. We turn your photos into a spectacular coffee table book.
  • We create hardbound heritage books too. The perfect way to share your family’s special memories, photos, favorite recipes, memorabilia, stories, and culture. Click to the right to “View A Heritage Book”
  • Capture the life of your child, loved one or pet.
  • Relive a vacation or remember a celebrated occasion.

The possibilities are endless… And each book is made with heavyweight, acid-free paper, then professionally bound into a hardcover, tabletop book for everlasting enjoyment. Prices starting at $500.

Handcrafted Art Keepsakes

  • Memory boxes – Turn that shoebox filled with letters, those faded photos or other memorabilia into a work of art. Prices starting at $150.
  • Click to the right to “View A Memory Box”
  • Mixed media collages
  • Shadow boxes and frames
  • Click to the right to “View A Shadow Box Frame”

Photo Organization & Preservation

Retouching  • Scanning   • Album Transfer   • Photo Sorting   •Prices starting at $25

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3 Responses to “Custom Designed Books and Artwork”

  1. Suzanne, it all looks fantastic. I especially loved Aunt Mae’s memory box – I had no idea you had so many of her things – I have 2 china pixie figurines. I remember she tried to teach me how to crochet – I was hopeless. But the time I spent a month with her when I was 5- trips to Philly to see Betsy Ross House, soft pretzels with mustard for a quarter – making all kinds of arts and crafts, her always giving out candy to the neighborhood kids – these are some of my best childhood memories – and my Mom has similar stories of always going over to Aunt Mae’s too and going to church with her. Keep up the good work – I hope the business flourishes.

  2. Hi Suzanne. I viewed your website and was inspired by the pictures you posted.

  3. Suzanne! this is absolutely wonderful! Reminds me of the scrapbook in the third PBS series on National Parks! CONGRATS on a wonderful business!

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