The Blurb Gift center: A gaggle of gift ideas

Tap the rich vein of personal books and tell your favorite stories in words and pictures: Make beautiful books about family, romance, children, personal passions, and much more. And if you’ve contracted a serious case of writer’s block, we can help you find the right words.


Family history books

Whether you have a multi-generational tale of fascinating ancestry or enough fodder from your nuclear family alone, a family history book makes a great gift.


Travel journals

We offer some ideas on how to get the most out of your travels so you can share those memories with your travel partners forever.

Baby books

Almost everyone has a pile of pictures of their baby’s first year. We give you some ideas on how to tell that story in new and interesting ways.

Wedding albums

There are so many different ways to tell the story of your (or someone you love’s) wedding. Here are a few ideas on how to make a unique book from the memories of the big day.

Food books

When most people think “food book,” they think “cookbook.” But there are lots of other types of books you can make about food. We give you the recipe for brainstorming.

Anniversary books

Few things define what it means to be human more than our capacity to love. Celebrating a meaningful anniversary in the form of a personalized book is an incredible way of expressing and documenting that love.

Family yearbooks

A lot happens over the course of a year. One way to capture your family’s activities and milestones is by making a ‘yearbook’ that tells the story of the past 12 months in words and pictures.

Father's Day books

Father, Dad, Daddy, Papa, Pops. No matter what you call your father, make sure you call him on Father's Day. And if you really want to show your love, make him a book that's as unique as he is.

Mother's Day books

We all know that mothers deserve our profound appreciation on more than just one day a year. But Mother's Day is a great occasion for doing something really special. Like making a custom book for Mom.

Kids' alphabet books

What better way to teach a child about the alphabet than to associate letters closely with the things in their unique universe.