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Friday, September 16, 2016

September My Memories Blog Train is Ready



Our September Blog Train is now ready for you!

Have you tried out the new My Memories software?
My Memories is a great software for your digital scrap booking, craft, and printable projects . You can download the trial version from here and I'm sure you will like this great software .


If you used my unique coupon code ''STMMMS64124'' then you can save $10 off on your software purchase.


  Why MyMemories Suite?

*Easy to Use -Drag and drop photos and elements to your page(s) or use our Fast Fill feature. Create your own page(s) from scratch or from pre-made designer templates.
*Editing Features -Recolor, Resize, Rip, Red-Eye, Filters, Crop, Shapes
*Sharing -Print at home or professionally. Create custom blog or facebook graphics. Export as jpg, svg or png.

www.mymemories.com


Here is my contribution to the September blog train.  Be sure to check out the full kit that this sampler was taken from in my store called...Senior Year.  You will find it coming soon at  My Memories.






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You will be downloading from my My Memories Design Shop. You will need to create an account at My Memories if you don't have one. It's fast, easy, and you do not need to purchase anything.




Here are the other stops on the blog train:
scrap n design by Rv MacSouli







Stores Where My Designs Can Be Found:
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My Scrapping Blog For Freebies and Other News
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My Website
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Use the code: STMMMS64124


There was but one perfect man.....I'm just FORGIVEN!

3 comments:

Crystalnva said...

Beautiful THANK YOU bunches :)

Mary Presley said...

The colors are stunning!!! The kit theme is fantastic!!! Love the grad!!! She is charming!! The paper frame is beautiful!!! The papers are superb!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!

FussBudget said...

I really like your senior year kit. The young lady looked like she was off to make a million bucks.

Just wanted to let you know that whenever I do a MyMemories Blog Train I always look for the designer that has the photo and note about her son holding the big, black, bushy cat in his arms. Certainly, it is a sad story but I think you memorialized him in a great way by having his photo on your blog site. I always smile when I see him.