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CollageIt Father's Day Review and Giveaway

I really love anything that has to do with photos. So when given the chance to review this product CollageIt I was really excited. With this program not only can you add 5, 10, or even 15 photos to a collage but you can add 50! Making putting all my memories from a trip in one place to look at and laugh at all together. I decided I would have the best selection using a trip from last summer. We had gone up to Chama New Mexico and ridden the train. It came out so cute I think I am going to look at printing it in a large size :O). Pearl Mountain has once again been so wonderful to offer up 20 codes for me to giveaway! So make sure it enter on the rafflecopter below.


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Comments

Grace said…
I have quite a few great childhood memories but I appreciate our family vacations together.
Anonymous said…
My favorite is when my mom decided to start taking in foster kids. we had so many extra "brothers" and "sisters" and it really made you grateful for everything.
Rebecca Kremis
rebecca85k@yahoo.com
Ashley Hatcher said…
My favorite childhood memory would probably spending my summers with my Grandmother. She has helped mold me into the woman I am today and I am able to bless her with great grandchildren and see her face light up. I am forever in debt to her for all shes done :-)
LOVE MELISSA:) said…
Eating ice cream at the boardwalk all summer long when I was young.
Ashley said…
Going to my grandparents' farm and playing in the cottonseed is one of my most favorite childhood memories.
Melissa said…
My favorite memory is getting my first puppy. It was Christmas and I was eight years old. My brother and I each got a puppy--they were sisters. Mine was named Brownie, and he named his Frisky. It was the best gift I ever recieved, and Brownie lived for 16 wesome years.
ChainingMagic said…
Eating at the pancake house for my birthday, and then going to pick apples.
Trisha said…
I have a few but one that really stands out is taking a family trip to Hershey Park in PA
sweetstarshine1 said…
going to virginia beach with my family every year
Rhonda Martin said…
One of my favorite memories was taking a trip with my family to Story Land , Santa's Village and Six Gun City. This was a real big deal because we never went on vacations. This was the one and only time we ever went on a vacation. It was only a day trip to our sister state NH but to us kids it was a big deal and we had a blast all day. Thanks for sharing this review and giveaway.
Harriett said…
Favorite memories are just playing outside during the summer months. No school to worry about the next day. We were just free!
Shannon said…
Running out of the house when the ice cream truck came down our street.

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