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It’s a My Memories v3 Giveaway for You!



I’ve been a little busy lately!  Let me tell you what I got hooked on…






Yes, My Memories Suite, and you can too ~~~ get hooked on it!  If you’re like me, and spend a lot of time cooking and baking, you don’t have time to get out the scissors and cut and paste little pieces of paper together to make things look creative and pretty. 

That’s why I jumped at the chance to try this fantastic digital software when it was offered to me ~ it just about does it all for you with a click and looks pretty cool too!  This digital scrapbooking software is incredibly easy to use and the options are endless with the design elements and fonts. You can even add a video or music to your digital creation! 

Here's one of the pages I made of food pics from this blog...







So, here’s the deal to get you started:  Use this Share the Memories code:  STMMMS57252 and go to:  My Memories Suite for your $10 discount off the purchase of the My Memories Suite Scrapbook software and a $10 coupon for the My Memories.com store - $20 value!

You will be glad to know that his software isn’t just for scrapbooking.  Maybe you want a badge for your blog, maybe name tags for gifts, or perhaps postcards; maybe greeting cards, or to add your photos to calendars or to update your images on your blog as well as Facebook.  My Memories Suite offers a huge supply of background papers and templates.  You won’t believe how easy it is to use and it’s affordable too!  



Here's another one I made of about our fave place on earth...





But, if a printed scrapbook is your cup of tea, you can print the pages yourself at home and assemble a traditional scrapbook or even have a professionally printed and bound album by using My Memories Suites 1-click share option.  Then you will have a valued memento for your family and friends!

Here’s a really great thing for all of you:  My Memories has kindly allowed me to host a giveaway offering you one free download of their software! 


Here are the giveaway rules:


   F     Leave a comment telling me you are a follower through Google Friend Connect, Networked Blogs or Facebook.


   F     Go to My Memories and find your favorite layout or paper pack and return here and leave a comment telling me which one it is.


  F     For an extra entry, if you follow Pam’s Midwest Kitchen Korner with all 3:  Google Friend Connect, Networked Blogs and Facebook, tell me in another comment.  If you don’t, what’s holding you back?  Just kidding!



This giveaway is open through midnight, CST, Thursday, January 12, 2012. 

The drawing will be by a random number generator on Friday, January 13,  2012.



Good luck and I hope you win!





Comments

  1. I got hooked on scrap booking when we had our foreign exchange students living with us. I wanted them to have some pictures to show their families what they did while they were living with us, so we made scrap books together. It was so much fun!

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  2. This sounds perfect and like just what I've been looking for! You know that I'm a follower on GFC and I'd love to win this great giveaway!

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  3. What a great idea! This will be a wonderful blog giveaway.

    Happy New Year Pam!

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  4. Now, how neat is this? Cool beans!
    Sounds like something fun to get involved in! Thanks for the site.

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  5. Sounds like a great idea but time is not on my side at the moment so I doubt if I would use it much. I thought retirement with Nigel here would give me more time. Ha ha I had to be joking!! Diane

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  6. What a great post; love what you created. I am going to check this out; thanks Pam,
    Rita

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  7. You made such fabulous pages with the software! Looks like it's pretty versatile to make all kinds of things.

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  8. It looks like you have been having fun. It is such a good feeling to have your memories in a safe place.

    My favorite set was "girlfriends."

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  9. Opps ... I forgot to say that I follow you (happily) on Google Reader.

    Thanks,
    Glenda

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  10. wow I have no experience with software but amazing what the end result has done... love it here!

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  11. What a great idea. I liked them all so I chose the new calendar 2012.

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  12. I follow you on all three, of course. I have been following so long on Google Connect, I had to go back and check.

    I am not sure if it is under Bizzy Bakes or My Sweet and Savory.

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  13. I'm a gfc follower.
    lovemuffin_em@hotmail.com

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  14. My favorite is Smell Flowers
    lovemuffin_ em@hotmail.com

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