December 3, 2012

Shutterfly Live Event & 100th Post!

Happy Monday y'all. I have some exciting news today! First of all, this is my 100th post at Honor Courage Commitment. Thank you all so much for following and I look forward to all the future holds for my baby blog. :) And, on that note, I was recently invited to a Shutterfly Live event and was given the opportunity to learn about some new Shutterfly products and present a giveaway to all of my beautiful readers!

I am very excited as this is my first giveaway EVER and it is for a $50 gift certificate to spend on whatever your heart desires at

The event that I attended, took place at the ever-so-yummy Italian restaurant, Bocci's, in downtown Charleston. You all know how much I loveee going out to eat, especially downtown, so who am I to say no?

During the event, I got to meet a great group of bloggers from the Charleston area. Everyone's blog seem to have it's own niche from couponing to photography to interior design. My girl, Lindsey, from Lounging with Lindsey, also got invited so it was nice to see a familiar face :)

(I'm second from the right and Linds is next to me on the end!)

We were given some information about some great new products from Shutterfly and got to see some great samples. In the past, I have used Shutterfly to create a magnet, a calendar, a photo book, and Christmas cards. I have always been pleased with the quality and their prices always seem to beat out the competition.

Here are some of the samples of the new products we saw from Shutterfly:

Adorable Christmas cards (I ordered mine last year from Shutterfly)

A beautiful photo blanket (even cuter in person!)

And they also had some products that I didn't even know about...

Customized iPhone cases

Super cute ornaments

Wall art, etc.

The latest feature that Shutterfly has added to it's website, is how to plan your Ideal Family Photo Day. There are so many great tips on how to capture some great shots to create all of the neat projects above. Personally, I think my Ideal Family Photo Day would include a trip to one of Charleston's beautiful plantations. There are so many great opportunities and gorgeous backdrops where you could snap some great photos. What would your Ideal Family Photo Day look like?

If you have some great photos that you would love to turn into cards or gifts, you can enter my giveaway for $50 to! I will pick the winner one week from today.

Thanks for visiting!

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megan said...

How fun! Shutterfly has definitely stepped up their game lately! If I won, I'd definitely save the gift cert until after the wedding and put together a photo book!

Dabbling in Dixie said...

Congrats on your 100th post! I love those shutterfly ornaments! Such a cute idea to remember trips from throughout the year!

Sarah at LOVE, sje said...

I LOVE Shutterfly! I create photo book every year using Shutterfly. Throughout the year I will add pictures of fun times & holiday's then get it printed at the end of the year. It is a great way to keep track of all my digital photos!

Congrats on your 100th post!

kaitlyn. said...

That sounds like such a fun event! I would love to create a photobook for my parents of some of my wedding pictures.

Elizabeth @The Better Belle Project said...

Congrats on your 100th post! So cool about shutterfly, I just ordered photos from them last night, would love to order some more items for Christmas presents if I won the gift card!

Kate said...

I would love to buy photo books and a big canvas for my bedroom!

Congrats on 100 posts!!!

Laura Darling said...

Congrats on 100 posts! That's awesome!

blm said...

I get canvases of some of our wedding and travel pictures to liven up our boring military housing walls. :)

Rach @ This Italian Family said...

Congrats on your 100th post, friend! And girl, I'm not sure what I would do. Probably make another photo book! Or maybe one of the giant canvases! I think those are so cool! :)

Elisabeth Rennell Hosmer said...

Love Shutterfly. Would be great to use towards prints of our Wedding photos!

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