January 27, 2009 04:35 ET

Saying I Love You Doesn't Have to be so Hard This Valentine's Day

It's the season of easy love at

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Jan. 27, 2009) -

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PhotoBox, the UK and Europe's number one online community for photo printing and personal publishing, today launches its Valentine's Day range, spearheaded by Cupid's own revolutionary Lovebook.

Valentine's Day is all about saying 'I love you'. wants to help its customers spread the love via the brand new Lovebook. With a selection of famous heartfelt quotes, partnered with personalised pictures, it's the easy way to impress a loved one this Valentine's Day. Customers can simply use the suggested quotes, or add their own message of love, along with their favorite photos, to create something truly from the heart.

Mark Chapman, Managing Director at PhotoBox commented, "Nothing says 'Amore' than a Lovebook with pre-made pages that make expressing your love completely painless, even for the most tongue-tied of lovers. She-he'll never know the words came so easily. We're helping our customers create personalised gifts in just a few clicks - ticking all the right boxes this Valentines."

The Lovebook is an addition to the Stylebook range, based on the size and functionality of the Square Stylebook. Priced from Pounds Sterling 17.99 for a 30 page book and customers can add up to 100 pages with a maximum of 400 photos.

Also available this Valentine's Day from is a range of 'love-inspired' products including photo love mugs, collage prints and Valentine's photo cards available at

Designer Valentine's cards from Greetings by PhotoBox start at just 99p for a small card. And with a last order date of 13th February, even the most laidback of lovers shouldn't miss the love boat this Valentine's Day.

Create your Lovebook at:

View our Valentine's cards and gifts:

About PhotoBox

PhotoBox is the leading online photo service in the UK where it pioneered online printing, storing, sharing, community and publishing services for digital photos before extending its range to innovative products such as photo books, calendars, and greeting cards.

The company merged with Photoways, the leading French service, in April 2006 thereby creating the European market leader with over 5 million members and nearly 200 million photo prints in 2007. The group is backed by leading Venture Capital firms Index Ventures, Highland Capital and HarbourVest. Stan Laurent, formerly Chief Operating Officer at AOL Europe, is President and C.E.O. and Mark Chapman, co-founder of PhotoBox, is Managing Director of the UK business.

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