Apologies, people! I forgot to start this on Sunday.
Okay, if you have read my blog at all, you may have seen a few entries about My Memories digital scrapbooking software. If not, you can check here, here, here, here, here and here.
The good news today is that you can get it yourself FOR FREE. Just go to My Memories, create an account and click on the software link. You want to get MyMemories Suite, which is the main program. Click on Add to Cart.
You should see Enter Coupon/Promo Code. Use this code: FreeTreatEE148. Copy it from here and paste it, as it has to be exact. THIS CODE IS GOOD THROUGH OCT. 26, 2013.
You can click on Proceed to Checkout or go back to the main page and click on Free Kits in the Shop listing. There's a variety of free items, including fonts, quick pages, papers and mini kits. There are hundreds to choose from, which will give you quite a selection to add to what's already in the program.
The next screen after Proceed to Checkout will have your billing address information, which you can change at this point if appropriate.
Now you should see your Order Summary. Look it over and especially make sure the dollar amount is what you expect. For the My Memories Suite, it should be free if you used the code.
Click on Place Your Order. Make sure you click it only once. Now you will see your order number and a link to Access Your Downloads. Click that link and you can start downloading everything. The product key for My Memories Suite will be on this page.
Download and install My Memories Suite before installing any other downloads, as installing the program sets up the folders where the other downloads go.
Your download options for kits are Windows, Mac and general. General is for using the kits in other programs, like Photoshop. This list, including the My Memories Suite, will stay. You can download them again if needed, for example if you get a new computer or have to reformat your computer for some reason. I would suggest saving the downloads on an external hard drive, though, because that would be quicker than downloading everything again.
There are so many things you can do with this software. Yes, you can scrapbook, but you can do other things. I have made Facebook covers and profile pictures with it. They have templates for things like calendars, cupcake wraps, gift tags, chapstick covers, cards, party invitations, different kinds of gift boxes and more.
And that's it. There are tutorial videos on YouTube if you need instruction. I think it's pretty straightforward. I have been able to figure a lot out on my own.
The code is good through Oct. 26, so use it soon. Once you have gone through the checkout process, it's yours forever. Remember, the code to use after clicking on Add to Cart is FreeTreatEE148.
Disclosure: I received a copy of My Memories Suite v4 for free. I can earn money when people buy the software though my affiliate link, although I haven't yet. All of the kits and add-ons I have on my computer were either free for everyone or I purchased them.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Friday, October 18, 2013
It’s Halloween Giveaway Event
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Growing up, my sister and I didn't get to go trick or treating much. I only remember once that I was allowed to go. We lived in the country from the time I was about 3 until I was 14. Dad felt that it was "begging" like actual begging on the street, so that was pretty much not allowed.
I took my kids trick or treating, though. Amanda's first trick or treat night was when she was nearly 2 1/2, and we lived in Chicago. We went around a long block in our neighborhood. I was pregnant with Cayla and it was chilly and dark. On the way back home, we stopped at a house that had a porch light on (which was the sign where we lived in Iowa when I was younger that you welcomed trick or treaters). We knocked, a man came to the door. He looked surprised, but went away and came back with a tray of things like refrigerator magnets. There was a distinct smell of marijuana.
So, here's my tips for Halloween:
- Don't smoke pot if you expect people to come to your door. Police officers take their kids trick or treating, too, and you certainly don't want to make them have to interrupt their kids' fun to arrest you.
- If you welcome trick or treaters, have a porch or outside light on. If you don't want them, make sure that light is not on.
- Be prepared for a variety of ages.
- Offer different things - make sure there is something that doesn't have peanuts in case there's a kid who is allergic. You can give out fun stuff like spider rings, plastic fangs, glow sticks or stickers.
- Wear a costume if possible - it makes the experience better for the trick or treaters and for you.
- Have fun!
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