Dec 022012

This Shutterfly Photo Book Giveaway is going to present two (2) readers a 20-page, 8×8 photo book…read on 🙂

I have all the supplies for scrapbooking.  I bought it all after having my daughter but I surely didn’t save any money purchasing this stuff.  How is that?  Simply because the scrapbooking has yet to happen 15 years later.   I thought about getting on it many times but didn’t, and yet, as my daughter aged and each year passed, I felt the anxiety setting in deeper and deeper. I had more pictures that were taken – digital at that – and I knew I was doomed for getting those digital pictures printed. I was so bad at getting filmed developed – how was I ever going to get digital pictures developed and organized?

I then had this brilliant idea to put the very important events into photo books. For instance, my daughter went on her 8th grade class trip to D.C. As a keepsake for her, I took the pictures of importance and put them in a photo book for her birthday. She loved it and my anxiety lessened a bit, as I knew there were prints of her trip out in circulation.  I will also be sending one to my sister for Christmas.  I’ve done the same with several other events that have happened in our family. My next step is to get all the birthday parties and Christmases she’s been a part of into photobooks from years past. The hard part of that will be going through the prints in boxes and scanning them to the computer.

To make my photo books, I use Shutterfly. I found that once I really learned their interface – making a book was a breeze. Shutterfly also has a YouTube video that will guide you through the process. It’s well worth watching as it will save you time in the long run.

Here’s their holiday video: 

Photo books make great gifts for anyone.  My sister LOVES photos.  One of my ventures will be to put together a huge photo book for a Christmas present (maybe next year).  I know the book would be treasured forever.  Is there someone on your Christmas list that would love to receive a photo book?


Thanks to Shutterfly, they want TWO winners to experience making their own 8×8 20-page photo books.  The expiration code the winners receive will expire on December 31, 2012.  What a great way to get those Christmas pictures into a photo book straight away!  The giveaway will end on 12/10/2012 at 12:01 AM EST.   Shutterfly is responsible for prize fulfillment.  The Shutterfly Photo Book Giveaway is Rafflecopter powered.

***Rafflecopter is making a lot of changes, and should the form not appear on this page – Click where you see ‘A Rafflecopter giveaway’ – clicking that link will take you to the form 🙂

GOOD LUCK & Happy Holidays!

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  14 Responses to “Shutterfly Photo Book Giveaway – 2 Winners!”

Comments (14)
  1. I really like the entire video. We just moved this summer and this would be a great way to connect with my family. My son misses his family and this would be a great way for him to feel that he is still involved with his grandparents.

    • Shalasha- I can so relate when it comes to moving and how hard it can be on kids. I was so blessed to live in a time where there was technology when we moved.

  2. I love shutterfly. I have made a couple of photo books from them and I love them. Thank you for the chance to win!

  3. The scene that reminds me of a time in my life was baking with my grandma.

  4. Baking cookies scene brings back memories of me and my mom.

  5. I like the kids style photobooks. Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. Thanks for the chance to win…. So exiting of a chance

  7. I like the portfolio style. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. My 6 yr old son loves me to read to him. As a matter of fact, he read one full sentence on his own just this evening. I was sooooooo proud. They grow so fast.

  9. Baking cookies…my mom taught me how to make biscotti and now everyone else in the family wishes they could mike them…my mom had her tricks

  10. Vintage Christmas

  11. The scene of the grandmother & the garandson in the kitchen together. I have such wonderful memories of cooking with my grandmothe kitcher. I used to love just being in then with her

  12. I love the chalkboard chic

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