Preserving School Memories With Shutterfly Yearbooks {Giveaway}

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Shutterfly School YearbookWith the school year starting to wrap up its time to start thinking about preserving those school memories. A great way to keep those precious memories is with Shutterfly Yearbooks. With specially designed page templates all you have to do is add your photos and click order. Or spend a little more time to create your own custom book just the way you want. To make creating your yearbooks even easier Shutterfly has specially made PDFs full of tips…

Shutterfly School yearbook

The books arrive two weeks after you submit your order and can be reordered if you find out student’s parents would like more. {which is a really great feature} With a price as low as $6 per professionally bound book it’s a no brainier that Shutterfly is great buy to make it a school year to remember.

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Enter below to win a 8×8 – 20 page hardcover photobook plus US standard shipping promo code, giveaway ends on the night of March 21st.
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Disclosure: This post and giveaway is sponsored by Shutterfly, I received the same copy of the giveaway winners prize.
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30 Responses to Preserving School Memories With Shutterfly Yearbooks {Giveaway}

  1. debbie jackson says:

    love their photo mugs also debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  2. Tammy F. says:

    My favorite memory is graduation.

  3. Devon F says:

    making new friends

  4. Ellen Casper says:

    Field trip to the Central Park Zoo

  5. Danielle says:

    When I got my tonsils out my class made me cards and my teacher came to my house to deliver them!

  6. Amanda H says:

    Field trips, music concerts and last days.

  7. Claire says:

    last days.

  8. Kim Pollock says:

    A trip to the Louisville Zoo.

  9. field trips especially the pumpkin patch

  10. Alexis B says:

    Music and drama

  11. emily rehberg says:

    My first day of senior year, it was so exciting to rule the school! haha

  12. miranda says:

    When the leprechaun came and hid shamrocks

  13. brandi hawn says:

    my favorite school memory is when i graduated college and didn’t have to go to school anymore :)

  14. Angie Ukena says:

    I always love going on field trips

  15. LaVonne says:

    My daughter is 5 and we homeschool. She loves recognizing her sight words!

  16. Emi says:

    Field trip to the local amusement park Six Flags Discovery Kingdom

  17. Nancy says:

    I loved Speech and Debate classes and going to tournaments.

  18. Heather says:

    My favorite school memory is of getting to use extra special materials in art class-just because I asked!

  19. Playing with a little girl with Down’s Syndrome on the playground when I was in first grade. It wasn’t until years later, when I was in another school that I realized what made her so special. ; )

  20. Jessica Bracho says:

    I went to Puerto Rico with my spanish class in high school, one of my best school memories, and vacations

  21. kim thompson says:

    christmas carols in the halls

  22. Josephine D says:

    When I was in 1st grade, I was one of the winners of the reading competition held in my class (most books read during the school year). Our reward was lunch out with our teacher. 24 years later and I still recall that fondly.

  23. Sam Stamp says:

    My favorite memory from school is mornings in the library with all of my friend in high school before classes began!

  24. domestic diva says:

    Mine: graduation.

  25. I always liked Thanksgiving in school. We would have a big meal and make the vest out of a paper bag. The head gear we made was fun too.

  26. Jenny Stanek says:

    Going to prom with my wonderful new boyfriend….we have been together 13 years now, married 8 with 3 kids :)

  27. Jayme Hennessy says:

    I am a home schooling mommy so the traditional moments are not with me. I do have to say that my most memorable moment, though, was when I saw my middle child go from barely knowing the alphabet and their sounds to reading in less than a year. That was really amazing to see and know that I had a large part in it.

  28. Rebecca F. says:

    i remember learning “Waltzing Matilda” and “Me and My Mummy” in sixth grade.

  29. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    I would have to say going on field trips!

  30. brandi hawn says:

    i won yay! :)

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