MyMemories.com

I have this awesome sister-in-law!  You all need to meet her.  She is the one who unknowingly inspired me to start blogging.  She is creative, brilliant, tech-savvy, and absolutely wonderful!  (I am sure she is blushing and refusing to read anymore and yet can’t help but keep going to see what other wonderful things I will say about her!)

You all need to go checkout her blog–Rumahama.

There is a point to all this gushing.

My sis-in-law did some exploring on MyMemories.com for me.  You see, where I am completely capable of doing the exploring, I am not good at exploring.

So Ruhama gave me some good ideas for different things MyMemories.com can help you create.

Here they are in her words (copied and pasted verbatum!  Aren’t I creative?)

They’ve got fun fonts–make fun or personalized stationary (or grocery list headers!)–I saw there are a couple of free downloads available, if nothing else.



You know those travel mugs where you insert your own artwork? Make a ‘page’ that would adapt to that, if you were to print it out. Even if it’s just several papers lined up in an interesting design.

So that brings me back to MyMemories.com.  You see, I have this giveaway happening.  They have some really cool stuff and some very simple stuff–which is what I tend towards since I need to simplify my life.  If you are interested, check out their digital scrapbooking suite and then sign up for my giveaway here.
 
If you are interested in purchasing the downloads, you can copy and paste this coupon code–STMMMS49979–and receive $10 off your purchase.  I do earn a commission on it in the interest of full disclosure, but it’s still a great software program.

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About giannarae

I am a child of God who has been given the humbling job of being a wife and a mother to 4. Those whom He has given to me are my Sweet Peas and Buddies and one Honey.
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One Response to MyMemories.com

  1. librariane says:

    Ack! How fun is that paper actually printed out!

    Maybe I'll see what Chip thinks about making a template for his mom… then she just has to type her letters to folks, rather than worry about her handwriting.

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