Saturday, August 21, 2010

Capturing Summer

This week I spent some time uploading all of my pictures from the summer to Shutterfly. It was long overdue and I know that Christmas present creation is right around the corner. (I know it is sad, but true)

This summer I captured over 1500 memories on my camera. Moments when my kids were acting silly, and sometimes naughty. Times that everyone was giggling and a few with tears.

It is so much fun to look through all of the pictures and recall all of the fun that we had this summer. These pictures will be made into prints for scrapbooking, calendars for 2011, photo books for coffee tables and Christmas cards.

Every winter when the snow starts to fly I am busy at my computer on Shutterfly creating presents that mean more to the recipient than any other gift I could give.

Right now I am working on a photo book of our Family Trip to Orlando and Birthday Invitations to my daughter's 10th Birthday.

I am working on getting a new Nikon camera and I can't wait to see what I can create when I get it. For now I will get busy creating with the pictures I already have.

Did you take a lot of pictures this summer. How do you display the pictures that you take? Do you use Shutterfly?

Leave a comment. Do you want to win 40 free Stationary Cards from Shutterfly? Leave a comment and you will be entered for a chance to win. This giveaway will end on Friday, August 27, 2010 at midnight. I will announce the winners on Monday, August 30th.


Beth.. One Blessed Nana said...
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Beth.. One Blessed Nana said...

Amy - i just laughed when i read your post because i just started uploading my photos to shutterfly on wednesday. i take about 200 pictures a month of my grandyoungin's and with my slow internet, it takes a while. But i am determined to get them all uploaded!

i want to work on some photo books, but not sure how to do it. if i need some help, i will email you!

your girls are beautiful!

Beana said...

I am YEARS behind on printing photos!

Anonymous said...

Im in the Uk so i dont think i can use shutterfly but love seeing the pictures of your children xx