With the cooler weather of fall approaching, we at MyCanvas find fall a perfect time to work indoors and find our family members. It’s also a perfect time to complete your projects ahead of the rush! September and October may be too early for you to want to think about the holidays past Halloween. Christmas seems to get closer and closer to the end of summer every year! But you can use this to your advantage.
Design Photo Books Ahead of Time
While MyCanvas can import a lot of your data into the pages with just a click, many of our customers like to take their books one step further. After all, to your family, these are works of art and timeless heirlooms! That means MyCanvas family history photo books can take a lot of time and effort. Adding stories, importing photos, and adding embellishments to get your book right could take more time than you might have closer to the holidays.
However, if you want to get a book for a family member this season, start your book soon and set a schedule! Starting early means you’ll have plenty of time to get everything you need and want to make your book perfect in time.
Finish Before the Shipping Deadline
Starting early also gives you a chance to beat the holiday rush. Shipping around Thanksgiving or Christmas can be stressful. But order early, and you’ll be way ahead of everyone else! Remember, when you’re working on your book and setting a schedule, account for the time to ship your book to you.
- We need 5 business days to produce your order
- Regular delivery is 5-7 business days
- Expedited shipping is 2-3 business days
- Please allow 3-4 weeks for orders shipped outside the United States.
Planning that extra shipping time into your work before the busiest time of year ensures you’ll get your gorgeous photo book right on schedule.
Have a Project in the Works?
If you have a project you have been working on, now is the time to finish it! You have plenty of time now to build your perfect family heirloom. Don’t procrastinate–get going on it today! You’ll have your perfect family history photo books in hand before you know it.