Scrappin' on Flickr
I finally finished stitching together the scans from Rob and Cindy's scrapbook (note to self: next scanner will handle 12x12 pages in ONE SCAN, not four) and uploaded them to flickr. The set is here: http://flickr.com/photos/txmagpie/sets/72057594086892949/
I test-drove the QOOP photo book service, and the results are nice. I ordered an 8 x 10 book of the scrapbook pages I made from our Washington DC/Pennsylvania Memorial Day trip a couple of years ago and I am pretty happy with the results. I wanted to do it on lulu.com, because they have a square book format, and it's saddle-stitched instead of perfect bound, which would mean I could take the cover off and rebind it myself, but I never could get the pdf conversion to work, so pfft. The QOOP images come out just over 6 1/2 inches square, so that's okay. And the image quality is good, so I'll live with the format. It's a tad expensive ($15 + $5 s/h for 24 pages) but it really does look nice.
Speaking of bookbinding, I've signed up to take a case binding class from Myssie Light at the Museum of Printing History early next month. It's a full two-day class and I can hardly wait.