Thursday, October 6, 2011

GIVEAWAY "My Memory Suite..."

"My Memories Suite" is a digital scrap booking program which allows you to scrap faster than cutting and gluing everything into an album. It is easy to use and very straight forward. I enjoyed making a birth announcement and a scrapbook page, which were both very simple and took very little time. Depending on how you embellish your pages will determine how much time it will take. The pages made with this software can be saved as jpeg files which allows you to email your creations to your family and friends, or go have them printed. You can make calendars, scrapbook layouts, photo books, cards, videos, you name it! Just let your imagination do the driving.

I was asked to try out this software and then to sponsor a giveaway for My Memories Suite. I know it isn't quilting but I know we all have other lives when we aren't tied to our sewing machines. We have family and friends we want to keep pictures of and we have cards we need to send and a life beyond our addiction but we want to get back to our sewing as soon as we can and this program is fast and easy. So I am giving away a free download of their software package a $40 value. I will use the random number generator and pick a winner on Friday.

All you have to do to enter the giveaway is go to site and choose a favorite digital paper pack or layout, then comment here telling me which ones you chose.
For an extra chance to win you could become a follower of their blog at
and follow my blog for an extra chance. That will give you three chances.


  1. The things they come up with, this look awesome!!

  2. This would be great to re-do an old scrapbook from 1974. I couldn't find any 'flower power' pages, but, I'm sure they have something. I liked 'Totally Eclectic' and 'Everyday Life Circle paper'. Fun! Thanks.

  3. I like the Bee Yourself package, naturally!

  4. I'm now following you. I'm number 333. Is that good luck?

  5. I like the Moments of Everyday. Thank you for this giveaway; I'm a scrapbooker for years but have never done digital.


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