Shutterfly Photobook #Giveaway

If you are anything like me you probably have thousands of pictures on your phone (I may or may not have 4,000+ pictures on my phone.LOL). I have many pictures that can not ever be replaced. Especially the ones taken of my Grandpa who passed away last year. I also have thousands of photos on my computer as well. I’ve actually lost many other pictures when my older computers crashed. Well why not turn those pictures into a the most amazing gift with the help of a Shutterfly Photobook.
Check out the video below, “Shutterfly Photo Books: The Best Gift Ever“, which shows you just what a perfect gift, photobooks can make!

A special idea that you might want to use is not only a gift for your kids but a resource for you as well. You see we have 2 elves that visit every holiday. Much like the Elf on the Shelf, our elves get into much mischief, fun and love to decorate. Everyday I take pictures of their latest antics. On Christmas eve the elves leave the girls a photobook of pictures of all the fun they have had that holiday season. They truly love these photobooks and look through them all year-long. They also serve as a great reminder for parents too (if you get my drift ;0))

I have so many ideas going through my head about who I want to give Shutterfly Photobooks too. With all the pictures I have the possibilities are endless. Thanks to Shutterfly you to can create a photobook for yourself or for a gift. I have 2, yes I said 2, Shutterfly Photobooks to giveaway to my AWESOME readers. So Enter below and Good Luck!!

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This is a sponsored post from Resourceful Mommy Media and Shutterfly. All opinions are 100% my own!
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Comments

  1. The video reminds me of special times my daughter has had with her grandparents. Thank you for hosting this!

  2. Amanda Green says:

    making cookies! my son is 5 and we love to do this together!

  3. michelle gilliland mcafee says:

    It reminds me of my son’s first day of school. We take pictures every year.

  4. Making cookies with my mom growing up. Now that I’ve grown up, moved out and am married, I miss doing stuff like this with my mom.

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