7 Days of Stocking Stuffer #Giveaways :: $50 Shutterfly Gift Card :: CLOSED

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UPDATE:  The Giveaway is CLOSED

The Winner Is: Kathy H.

We had so much fun hosting our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Event that we decided to extend our event another 7 days!  We are hosting a 7 Days of Stocking Stuffer Giveaway.  The event ends on 12/31/12 at 9 am ET – we know you won’t have them by Christmas but there is nothing better than a gift after the Holiday’s :-)

We are so excited to share with you for our next giveaway a $50 Shutterfly Gift Card!  If you are like me you love taking pictures and giving photo gifts.  After the holidays this will be perfect because you will be able to print to your hearts content with a $50 Gift Card from Shutterfly.

Giveaway:

We have (1) $50 Shutterfly Gift Card (1) lucky Stockpiling Moms readers.  The giveaway ends on 12/31/12 at 9 am ET and is open to US residents ages 18+.

To Enter:
We are going to keep it simple – this is going to be a fun comment contest.  Let’s talk about tips for organizing photos or tips for taking photos.  As long as it about photography we don’t care :-)  Let’s have fun with it!
Disclosure:  Shutterfly provided this information and giveaway however all opinions are 100% our own.

 

Comments

  1. Shannon Johnson says:

    I love taking pictures of my kids, but can never afford to print and display the pictures. I have not gotten to print any pictures of my son who is 10 months old. I could really use this gift!

  2. My tip is to use natural light to take photos!

  3. Being a first time mom, I love to capture as many memories as I can of my 5 month old. Shutterfly makes it so easy; with the easy upload of pictures and memory books. It definately saves a busy mom like time while keepsaking all of those precious memories.

  4. Being a first time mom, I love to capture as many memories as I can of my 5 month old. Shutterfly makes it so easy; with the easy upload of pictures and memory books.

  5. Take lots of pictures of the same thing and then pick the ones that come out the best. I don’t have a fancy camera, but take tons of photos.

  6. Kasey Rodriguez says:

    My husband is the photographer in the family, but I love using the prints for framing, scrapbooking, and/or other crafts!

  7. Kasey Rodriguez says:

    Shutterfly is great for organizing photos. We recently lost a ton of photos when a part of our PC broke, but thankfully, I found a bunch of old pics of my daughters on my shutterfly account. I am so thankful I still have those memories!!

  8. I have all of my pictures saved on my computer, organized by date/event! That way when I’m ready to print some or make a photo gift, I know right where to look for the pictures I need!