Arizona Mama: Shutterfly Family Photo Site Plus $50 Giveaway

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Shutterfly Family Photo Site Plus $50 Giveaway

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     A couple of nights ago I was invited to join a group of great local bloggers for dinner.  We met at the Phoenix City Grille.  I had not eaten there before, but I will be back.  The food was so good.  We all shared a variety of appetizers to start the night.  They were all so very yummy.  I then had the Surf and Turf pasta and it was great.  And to top off the night we all shared a variety of desserts.  I just have to say the chocolate cake was to die for.  But we didn't get together just for the food.  We got together to talk about the Shutterfly Family Photo Site.

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     Shutterfly.com is already the site to go to for holiday cards.  Now with the Shutterfly Family Photo Site you can find lots of great tips and tricks for getting the perfect shot for you family holiday card.  They also have some great ideas for a family photo day in which you get together with other families and take pictures of each others families.  I think that sounds like a fun activity.  I tend to be behind the camera for everyone, but with this the plan is to take turns taking picture of each others family.


    Shutterfly is also having a cardworthy photo contest on their facebook page.  Until December 9th you can upload a photo into one of your favorite 2012 Shutterfly Holiday cards.  There are different themes for each week including travel, funny, pets, and family holiday.  The grand prize is a dream trip for a family of four (the winner gets to pick the destination).  First prize gets $500 in Shutterfly credit, second prize gets $250 in Shutterfly credit, and third prize is $150 in Shutterfly credit.

 
   I had a great time with yummy food, great conversation, and wonderful bloggers.  I thank Sara from Mom Endeavors for including me in this fun night.  And of course I thank Shutterfly for making the night possible.  Shutterflly wants to give one of you a gift code worth $50 to get some holiday cards.

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(I had to share this yummy treat.  You can see that we couldn't wait to dig in.)

Win itOne (1) Arizona Mama Reader will win a $50 Code to use at Shutterfly.  (Offer expires 3/14/13 (11:59 pm PST).  Offer is good off total order at Shutterfly.com.  Order total must be greater than credit before taxes and other charges in order for discount to apply.  Offer valid for one time redemption per billing address.  Taxes, shipping and handling apply.)

 Enter in the Rafflecopter form below!  This giveaway will be open until 12/8 at 12:01AM (EST).

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Thank you to Shutterfly for sponsoring this post and giveaway.  
I wwill be provided a gift code in exchange for placement in the Holiday Gift Guide.  I was not compensated in any way.  All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced.  disclosure


23 comments:

  1. Tip I'd like to try: Get the whole family inside a big 30 by 40 inch picture frame and take your photo.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. to Add humor or personality to your holiday card.

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  3. I am going to try to narrrow down the picture first like Shutterfly recommends and then select the design to fit.

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  4. I would like to Add humor to my holiday card. By styling my family in their favorite clothes or in a fun and playful setting.

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  5. I like the "make it personal" tip! Thanks!

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  6. i like the make it personal tip- i hope i get to do x-mas cards this year
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  7. adding humor to your card debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  8. I like the idea of hosting a family photo day

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  9. I will try to remember to take vaca pics from the moment we leave and not wait until we get to the destination. Great idea!

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  10. I like the "Spell it out" Tips. Spell it out: Cardboard letters that spell out "Peace" or "Love" or your family's last name.

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  11. I would like to try and get a photo of Family walking away from camera: Great back-of-card closing photo.

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  12. i like the tip to use mirrors to use the reflection in the photos

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  13. I like the idea of using cardboard letters to spell things out, with a different person holding each one :)

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  14. I like the idea of sharing the camera on vacation to take different kinds of pictures.

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  15. Choose the photo first, then the card.

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  16. I have always wanted to Spell it out: Cardboard letters that spell out "Peace" or "Love" or your family's last name.

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  17. I would like to try catching a photo moment in a reflection

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  18. I likr the Family Photo Day idea.

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  19. I would like to use our last name letter in a family picture next time. I think that would be a neat picture to hang up in the family room!

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  20. I think the cards where everyone holds a letter to spell a word or name are great! There are so many ways to get really creative with this and it's so easy!

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  21. I'd like to Add Humor to our holiday cards.

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  22. I like the tip if traveling with a group. "Set up a Shutterfly Share Site before you travel, so everyone can upload photos to one central location."

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