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GIVEAWAY -- My Memories Suite

One lucky reader is going to win the award winning digital scrapbook software that is extremely easy and fun to use. My Memories Suite helps anyone create digital scrapbooks, cards, calendars, etc. without having to buy expensive programs and then learn how to use the software. If you've been wanting to try your hand at digital scrapbooking, now is your chance. My Memories Suite is the #1 rated digital scrapbooking software by amazon and TopTen Reviews for digital scrapbooking software and a $40 value.
You can use ready-made album templates, select your photos and let it automatically put them in or you can individually select where they go. Then you can go back, add journaling, move things around, etc. I did the following album in less than a half hour.




OR you can create pages on your own, selecting layout, adding papers, frames, ribbons, brads, buttons, etc. Here is one I did in less than half an hour.
In order to win, go to http://mymemories.com  and choose your favorite digital paper pack or layout, then come back here and leave a comment  telling me which ones you like. Comments accepted until noon Sunday, August 14. 
You can increase your odds of winning by following My Memories Facebook, Twitter or blog, that would be great as well! Come back here and post your links to your Tweets or that you are now following on Facebook or the blog.
Blog- http://blog.mymemories.com/
Facebook- http://www.facebook.com/mymemoriessuite?ref=ts
Twitter- http://twitter.com/#!/mymemoriessuite
Winners will be announced Monday morning.
If you wish to purchase the software,use this unique code STMMMS43770 that will provide a $10 discount on the purchase of the MyMemories Suite v2 scrapbook software. (Software also comes with a $10 coupon for downloads-a total value of $20!)
 




Comments

Anonymous said…
Thank you for the chance to win. My favorite product is Time 4 Family http://www.mymemories.com/system/0006/3482/T4F-ComboPack.jpg by Ettes & Company.
Anonymous said…
That's great you could do that in just an hour!
Carrie
Anonymous said…
Your pictures always look awesome. Beth
Anonymous said…
My favorites are family pack or sumer adventures. Beth

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