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Summer O’ Stuff-Hello, Shutterfly!

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Welcome, welcome, welcome to the Summer o’ Stuff! There will be all sorts of goodies coming for the next month-ish for giveaway until I go back to the classroom again and actually have work to do.  Yeah, you heard that right. I’m going back to work…but I digress. I’ll talk about the new place another time. Right now, this is SUMMER O’ STUFF!

The first thing up on the big Summer O’ Stuff is something near and dear to my heart-SHUTTERFLY!

I’ve loved Shutterfly for a long time. It was introduced to me by some friends when I was looking for the perfect Christmas card. I didn’t like the mall prices, and was really needing something with Isaac’s photo on it to appease the family in far away places. So, I clicked on Shutterfly and whammo-neato Christmas Photo Cards and lots to choose from! I had the hardest time picking. But it was fun, and I got a neat card to fly out to all of the family (at that point) back on the East Coast. PLUS, it beat mall pricing and it got to me quickly, because I’m that kind of procrastinator.

Fast forward to this year. I forgot about the annual holiday/Christmas card until the last possible ever loving second. So, the first thing I thought of was Shutterfly! I dove onto Shutterfly and browsed the holiday cards and came up with one that totally fit us and the bill-one that said “Peace, Love and Yetis.” I ordered those and had them in a matter of 2 days, and post haste flew the 4×7.9 cards out to the relatives in the midwest, complete with 3 pictures of Isaac playing hockey.

Then, there are the photbooks. I’ve been procrastinating on making Isaac’s baby scrapbook, but they make it so easy to do! You’ve got your choice of either a full DIY or using their templates. So, when it comes time to finally get it all done, I’ll totally be peeking at these.

Can I tell you that Shutterfly is a procrastinator’s dream? They’re easy to use, quick and fun. Plus, those of us who are easily distracted (me!) can save things for later fixing and review.

So, from my beloved Shutterfly, 3 (yes, 3) of my gawkers will get

A code for 40 free photo cards!

So, here’s how you get ’em!

Mandatory entry

Go visit Shutterfly and tell me what kind of cards you’d use your 40 freebies on.

Optional entries

  • Follow Kileigh7 on twitter and tweet about the giveaway (and leave a comment!)
  • Like Shutterfly on Facebook and leave a comment on their wall!
  • Visit Shutterfly and tell me what your favorite product other than cards is!

The giveaway ends on July 30, 9 PM Eastern time! I’ll pick 3 winners from all comments submitted using a random number generator.


I received 40 photo cards of my choice from Shutterfly and 3 codes to give away in exchange for my honest review of Shutterfly services. There was no other compensation received. All of the opinions expressed in this post are mine and mine alone.

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8 thoughts on “Summer O’ Stuff-Hello, Shutterfly!

  1. I would probably use the 40 free cards for birthday invites. My daughter’s birthday is in October and that would be perfect!

  2. I love the Shutterfly photo books!

  3. I’d get the baby bloom collage cards for my MJ’s first birthday! I’m a huge procrastinator too, so this is great!

  4. i follow you on twitter and tweeted your giveaway.

  5. the other shutterfly product I like is the 4×5 notepads! Would be great for notes to the teacher.

  6. I would use the code to get holiday cards for this December season. Probably would pick the Our Year Timeline. So many cute options with multiple pictures in them.

  7. I really like the Tote Bag from Shutterfly.

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