Memorial Day Giveaway from Inspired Gifts

I absolutely LOVE photo books. It is a great way for those of us who don’t have a lot of time to make lasting albums filled with memories of family and friends. For our military families, photo books are great gifts for those who are deployed. I know when my husband was in Iraq I took pictures of the kids every day. I didn’t want him to miss a thing. If I had known how easy it is to make a photo book, I would have made him one for each month and sent it to him as a gift. Photo books can also be a great way to document your time at different duty stations and make a great retirement gift.

You can make a photo book on the Inspired Gifts website in less than an hour by uploading your photos and then arranging them in an album. The program will even arrange the photos for you if you are short on time. It is easy to upload your photos and they have a huge variety of photo gifts; hard cover books, themed books, greeting cards, day planners, journals and more. I am thinking this might be the best way to give my four youngest kids baby books!

In order to celebrate Memorial Day and Father’s Day, the folks at Inspired Gifts would like to give away an 8×8 photo book to one of my military readers. I am in the middle of creating one and I am loving it!

To enter:

The giveaway is open to military and their family members only.

Visit the Inspired Gifts website then comment on this post about your favorite item.

For additional entries follow Inspired Gifts on Twitter, Facebook, or their blog.

Leave an additional comment for each entry.

This giveaway ends June 13, 2010.

Thanks to MommyPR & Inspired Gifts for Sponsoring this Review and Giveaway opportunity and supporting our troops!

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  1. Claudia says:

    I really like their Baby Photo Books. We are a Military (Air Force) family 🙂

  2. I love that family values book–what a tremendous idea! We are an Army family at Fort Bliss.

  3. I am following them on Twitter (@LaYen)

  4. I am following their blog

  5. And I am a fan on facebook (or Like. Or whatever Facebook has changed it to today.)

  6. Melisa Manninen says:

    I liked it on Facebook
    I’m trying to follow it on Twitter @melisamanninen
    I have to say this is a great giveaway. I would use the Memory Book. I am preparing a photobook for our neighbors who are PCS’ing in just a couple weeks. My husband is an Army physician… thank you for your husband’s service and your family’s sacrifice!

  7. I’m trying to put together a book for Father’s Day, I like memory books. My husband is active duty MN Army National Guard.

  8. I’m perusing their site now… must say I got lost in the stories of the site creators! I’m intrigued by their soft cover option for their photo books — I don’t think snapfish or shutterfly offer that? I love doing photo books but am woefully behind. A free one would sure motivate me to play a little catch-up! 🙂

  9. I follow them on twitter.

  10. I facebook-liked them.

  11. And I’m a follower on their blog. Whew! Oh, and we’re active military/Air Force.

  12. I like the accordion cards. That would give more pictures than just a photo card but take up less space than a book. We are a Navy family currently stationed at Camp Pendleton.

  13. April in CT says:

    The dry erase board is such a neat idea, love that! We’re a Coast Guard family. :o)

  14. army family and i love the books would be great gift ideas

  15. Melisa Manninen says:

    i facebook liked them

  16. We are an Army family! I really like the accordian cards.

  17. We’re an Air Force family, and I’m always looking for fun and creative gifts like the ones offered at Inspired Gifts. My favorite is the “My Little Baby” photo book. My sweet baby girl would LOVE to look at pictures of herself, and it would be a nice keepsake as well. Thanks for offering this give-away!!

  18. We’re an Army family! The lay flat books looked really nice. Very professional.

  19. I like the basic memory books. We are an Air Force family stationed in Charleston, SC and getting ready to PCS to Alaska!

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