One thing I can remember my mom doing all the time was making scrapbook full of memories for me and my brother. Every time I went to Micheal's or Hobby Lobby I was always picking her up something for her scrapbooks. She worked on our scrapbooks up until the week before she passed and it is one of the most precious memories I have of her. I realized that it was something I would love to do for my own boys. I really don't have much time between college, taking care of the boys, and cooking and cleaning to actually sit down and make a scrapbook. With My Memories digital scrapbooking software I am able to turn even the most simple picture into a work of art. I love the fact that there are so many templates, background colors, and background papers to chose from. They have anything your heart desires. You can add text, word art, embellishments, and shapes There are endless possibilities to the scrapbook software. Whenever you've finished with your project you can print the pages for a traditional scrapbook or use the one click option to turn it into a hard bound book. Another amazing thing about the software is that you can turn it into a movie to watch on a DVD or Ipod. Add a narration, web links, or embedded hidden files to give your loved ones an interactive work of art. My memories suite does a lot more than just scrapbooking pages. You can make calendars, trading cards, and even posters. Post them on Facebook for everyone to see what you created. The best thing is that when you purchase the My Memories Suite Digital Scrapbooking Software is you can download directly to your computer, so there is no need to wait on it to come in the mail. You will be creating amazing scrapbook pages withing minutes. My Memories offer a large selection of templates, word art, and embellishments in their online store at reasonable prices.
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