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Create a Christmas photo book for 45% off with this special Mixbook code!

Create a Christmas photo book for 50% off with this special Mixbook code!
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With the festive season less than two months away, it's time to start seriously thinking about your Christmas shopping. It can sometimes be hard to figure out what to get your loved ones - there's always one person who seemingly has everything! However, why not create a Christmas photo book for them? By filling a photo book with images of their closest family and friends, you'll be sure that they'll cherish their gift for years to come. 

Luckily, you can currently get 45% off a Mixbook photo gift with the code 'FUTWTR19'. Each photo product is simple to create, with plenty of customizable settings that enable you to perfectly hone your gift so that it perfectly suits its intended receiver. Each layout, graphic and theme is professionally designed to exacting standards.

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Save 45% on all Mixbook photo gifts with special code
Mixbook is offering 45% off all photo gifts with the special code FUTWTR19. Save oodles of cash on a Christmas photo book, photo calendar, photo print of canvas gift for your loved one by using this special offer. View Deal

You can use this code on any product on the Mixbook website, including custom photo booksphoto cards and invitations, gallery-wrapped canvas prints, modern metal printsphoto calendarsacrylic prints and poster prints. Simply use the code 'FUTWTR19' for 45% off. 

No matter which photo gift you think would be perfect for your loved one, a 45% discount certainly makes the Christmas shopping that little bit easier. 

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With over a decade of photographic experience, Louise arms Digital Camera World with a wealth of knowledge on photographic technique and know-how – something she is so adept at that she's delivered workshops for the likes of ITV and Sue Ryder. Before joining the site, her formidable hands-on abilities served her well as features editor for Practical Photography. A freelance photographer in her own right, she is a proud Nikon DSLR shooter.