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My Memories Suite Review and GIVEAWAY!

Recently I was contacted by MyMemories.com asking if I would be interested in checking out their digital scrapbooking software.  Of course, my answer was YES! I love scrapbooking, but am finding it hard to actually sit down and do it. By the time I pull out all my supplies, something else (like non-napping children) comes up.  The idea of trying a digital scrapbooking software is very appealing to me because all of my "supplies" are right there on the computer!

I did a lot of playing with my memories suite over the weekend, and I wanted to share my favorite page so far. (Favorite, and also the piece that makes me tear up a little, since it has to do with Connor growing up).


Let me tell you, it was so easy!

The choices of backgrounds, text, and other fun things are awesome.

Oh, and I made this one too:


My Memories Suite allows you to add mats around the edge of photos,
put numerous text blocks in, and change the layout of your pictures any way you want. 

My Memories Suite has graciously offered to give one of my readers
their very own copy of the digital scrapbooking software

To enter the giveaway, you must visit the My Memories website.  Choose your favorite digital paper pack or layout, then come back and leave me a comment on which one you chose.

Additional entries are available as well:
Just leave a separate comment for each item.

You have until Saturday, September 10 at noon to enter the giveaway.

Happy scrapbooking!

Comments

Molly said…
Owl always love you is my favorite page! It is so cute, and all of a sudden, I am loving owls! :)
Molly said…
I "like" Embracing Chaos on FB. :)
Molly said…
I "like" MyMemories on FB. :)

PLEASE let me win! :)
Unknown said…
OMG, that is so cool. I haven't had time to scrapbook in ages!

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