Thursday, October 27, 2011

#1 in Scrapbooking: My Memories Software Give-Away!

If your hobby is scrapbooking (like me) and you love your computer, this is the type of thing you will find very interested.  I have a software package waiting with YOUR name on it...maybe.  All you need to do is leave a comment here on the blog.  Tell me about someone you know that has a strange hobby.  I personally read one time that "dumpster diving" was a hobby.  I quit looking for strange hobbies after I heard about that.  I will draw a name from there.

The contest begins today and will end on November 14th.  Please notice the code and ad in the sidebar for $10 off material at the My Memories website.  Click on the ad and it will take you directly to the website.  Use the code to get your $10 off.  Simple as that!  My motto is never shop without a code or a coupon...never!

Have a wonder scrapbooking day!



  1. I'm planning to give my grandchildren scrapbooks and photo books for Christmas, and this site looks cool!

  2. Susan, thank you for the comment. I have done the scrapbook thing for my children. i used old recipe cards and attached a story about the person that wrote the card. My children cried. It was very special. That was 10 years ago and I had actually forgot that I had done that.

    Have fun and I will put your name inn the pot. Pass the word on.


  3. I love the recipe card/story idea! No wonder your children cried. I tried to assemble a cookbook for my DILs and sons when they married, but never got it off the ground. Your idea with stories really makes it special.

    I make photo books using Wal-Mart $1 photo books for grandchildren's birthdays and Christmas every year. At the beginning of the year, I pick two themes, then take pictures of the grandchildren and other family members throughout the year around those themes. This year's themes are Air and Signals. Like my grandson jumping on bubble wrap (air) and my nephew sitting on top of a mailbox with the flag up (signals).

  4. I made a scrapbook for my 3 nieces and my daughter when they turned 30. I didn't mean to leave out the boys, so I guess I'll have to do theirs when they turn 40. Thanks for the chance to win this.


Leave your thoughts...I am interested.

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