Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Picaboo Book Giveaway HERE on the blog!

Hey friends! 

Check this out!  Picaboo is giving ONE of my blog readers a FREE book!  Just in time for Christmas, too!  How SUPER COOL is that?  This is not a standard promotion, this is a book just for YOU, dear winner, whoever you will be!!  I will choose a winner and Picaboo will email you with the coupon code to win YOUR FREE BOOK!

Here are the details for what you will win.  The coupon  will be good for THREE different types of books!  YOU CHOOSE!  This coupon is good for one 20 page Classic photo book in any style. It does not cover additional pages over 20 or applicable shipping costs. The coupon will expire on 12/30/10.

Classic Custom hardcover books add a "wow" factor and a professional touch to your book with a completely customized cover that really makes an impact.  Create a one-of-a-kind cover featuring the layout, background, images, and text of your choice on the front cover, back cover and spine.


Our Classic Leather books have a rich, smooth finish and formal, timeless design that speaks to their lasting quality. These covers are easier to care for than the Classic Linen, which can show fingerprints and other markings more easily.


Our Croc-embossed leather books feature our classic design and durable bonded leather with a stylish embossed finish.  Less formal and more "fun", croc-embossed leather can jazz up any photo book. (No – it’s not real crocodile skin! The croc design is embossed on our standard Classic bonded leather).

Our Classic Linen books feature a traditional photo book design with a die cut window on the front cover, allowing your image and caption from the first page to show through the cover when the book is closed.


Not a digital scrapper?  It’s ok! You don’t have to be!  Picaboo has a wonderful, what you see is what you get, interface for memory makers (that’s you) from beginners to experts.   Creating photo books with Picaboo is easy and fun. Photo books can be fully customized by dragging-and-dropping photos and captions anywhere on your pages, and our software allows you creative control so you can make each special page look just the way you want it to.

Photo books make AWESOME Christmas presents and are very fast and easy to do!  No more printing and cutting photos and oodles of papers and embellishments.  Need a gift in a hurry? Did you forget someone on your list? A favorite aunt, a mother in law?  Then this gift is for you!


Here’s what you need to do to enter this giveaway:

1)  Leave a comment on this post and tell me
what your favorite Christmas memory is.

2)  Post about this giveaway on your blog and link back to me,
if you don’t have a blog, tell a friend or two. 

3) Cross your fingers!

Winner will be drawn by on Friday evening by 9 pm MST.


Krista Openshaw said...

My favorite Christmas memory still happens. As a family (all my siblings, their children, my grandma and aunts) draw names each year and have to HAND MAKE something for that person. The fun part is, is that we keep it a secret, so you don't know who has who. It's very fun. (and I'm making some crocheted necklaces for my secret santa! 8))

kathy s said...

My fave christmas memory is the smells of Christmas- (the wrapping papers,new clothes,toys and perfumes and the tree when we could have a real one all mixed together)- it's just divine. would love to win a book so I could put pics of my rapidly ever growing family in it.Do they ship to Aus.

Ashley said...

My favorite memeory is waking up on christmas morning to find my red power wheels jeep when I was 6. I loved it!

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Stacey said...

My favorite Christmas memory.....the year my dad got me the jacket I wanted!!! I was SO surprised and EXCITED!!!! Ahhhh.....
Now.......PICK ME! PICK ME! PICK ME!!!!

Jena said...

What a fun give-away! My favorite Christmas memory was when I was 4 or 5 and I snuck out to see what Santa left. I was so excited to see a brand new saddle and ran in to tell my parents and I'll never forget my dad's reaction as he sat up in bed in shock ;-)

Denise Macias said...

30 years ago my mother had a family Christmas party at her house. It was pretty much just my parents, my bro and sisters, spouses, 4 grandchildren, my nana, aunts and cousins from both sides of the family. Pot luck affair, gift exchange game and lots of love. We had annual parties for years after that. My mom passed 10 years ago and the party has been sporatic. My dad passed this past July. I am determined to continue with my mom's tradition this year (but after Christmas because I am sprucing up parent's home at the moment). I want the family to remember the love we share & to instill family value and traditions with the grandchldren -which there are now 15 and 4 great!

Kari Seals said...

My favorite Christmas memory is of my Grandpa and our Annual Christmas tree. He would go out in January and pick out the tree on the mountain. Then all year long he would groom it. Then on my birthday he would take us up to the mountain to cut it down. Then it would sit in the carport until Chrismas eve. All that evening he would spend profecting the tree. He cut a branch here, drill a hole and add it there... then we would go to bed and when we woke up Christmas Morning... about 2am.. the tree was all decorated and shinny bright with lights and tinsle.. I still can feel the awe!