Fairyography offers different types of albums for your family, fairytale, and dancer photo sessions. There are so many custom features and fun ways to make each album unique, it’s too long for the products page! So I thought I’d feature some here and tell you about each of them! Each album comes beautifully presented, wrapped in special papers and in a stunning box for gifting. They come to me packed in corn peanuts, a fully green solution! I offer several different sizes: 14×14, 12×12, 10×10, 8×8, and a 16×8 that opens vertically instead of to the side for an ultra modern look. If you’d rather a non-square layout, that’s available as well.
Inside of every album
Each album opens flat, and there are no cuts or gutters in the pages, which means your images can go across the full page spread without interruptions. Because it lays open flat, you won’t have to press down to see your images when turning the pages either. You have your choice between classic photo paper or fine art paper, and each page is fully printed as a single sheet. It’s backed with matteboard, making the pages completely durable and not delicate. These albums are tanks, built to stand up to your kids and last for generations.All albums are handmade in the United States.
Over 100 different cover materials include vegan leathers, real leathers, linen, and velvets in many different colors. Many different cover layout options are available. Basically, my album company says “if you can dream it, we can make it!” Combine two leathers for a unique look. Other options than these can be made, even albums with wood covers. Just ask!
Full Acrylic Cover –
Acrylic with an image mounted under it as the whole image cover. A one of a kind piece sure to make your guests stop and take a look. These albums are heavy duty and very sturdy.
Acrylic Stripe –
My personal favorite! A vertical stripe of acrylic offset on one side of the album cover. This allows for more of the cover material to be seen, while still inviting the viewer to open the album and see the rest of the story.
Laser etching as an added design element. Available on velvet only.
Indention or cutout –
Cut out window or indented print pressed into the cover materials.
Fine art paper vs photo paper. What’s the difference?
|Fine Art Paper – Fine art paper is made from cotton, making it have a silky soft and smooth matte finish. It has a slight texture, but no sheen. The colors are deeper and more vibrant.||Classic Photo Paper – Photo paper is what you’re used to when you think about photo prints. It has a crisp look to it and a slight sheen with no texture.|
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