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Giveaway: Online Class from A Million Memories!

** This Giveaway is Now Closed **

A Million Memories is giving away a place in an online class to a ScrapScene reader.  "The Perfect Day" is a mini book class taught by Patti Hutchinson and begins September 19th, running for 10 days.  Please read below for details on how to qualify for the random drawing.  Here is some more about the class:

"This class will show you how to create a “huge” mini album. When complete the album will measure 6×12” closed and 24×18” open. You can either purchase the kit from AMM (available 9/10/08), that will have the same products that I used, or you can simply use your own products. (If you purchase the kit the album WILL be included in the kit. If you do NOT purchase the kit you will receive instructions on how to make your own album).

The class will from September 19 – September 29, a total of 10 days. Every other day you will have detailed instructions to complete a “section” of the project, as well as many photos and technique tips. After signing up, you will have access to a private forum where the links to the instruction files will be posted as well as being a place for you to share your pages and ask any questions. This forum will open a few days before the course begins and about a week after it ends."

For more details on this class or to order a spot for yourself, please click here.

To qualify for a random drawing for a spot in "The Perfect Day," please comment to this post by Tuesday, September 9th at midnight EST.  Please tell us what would be the the perfect day for you?  Would it include time with your family, a holiday somewhere or would it include a full day of scrapping?  🙂 A winner will be selected via an online number generator and announced on Wednesday, September 10th.

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36 Comments

  1. donna e.
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    i have several things in mind that i would consider perfect day for me:

    -my hubby finally going home from working abroad after almost 3 years..
    -shopping with my mom and sils
    and finally, SCRAP shopping everything i want!!! hehehe

  2. Wendy Lust
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Perfect Day…not getting out of bed early! Spending the day with my family at a vacation spot lounging, laughing, feasting, recreating, having a wonderful time together.

  3. Susan
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Perfect Day?? I have had two in my lifetime ~ 28 Dec 81, the day my beautiful daughter was born, and 21 Jun 07, the day God wed me to the man He chose for me after 20 years of single parenthood! Other than that, a perfect day is any day that I can spend creating cards for family, Chemo Angels, Cards for Heroes. Have never scrapped but am certain I can learn!

  4. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    a perfect day for me is baking for my hubby and family who love it even though I am losing my sight and hearing. then to relax by stamping/scrapping afterwards knowing that the rewards of baking and the smells are drifting thru the house. everyone to enjoy. what a glorious day for me.

  5. Fleur
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day is a day at Disneyland 🙂

  6. Tanya
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would be finding a slip in the postbox, knowing it meant some scrapping goodies had arrived… dashing off to retrieve them and then being given the whole day to submerge myself in new stuff and allow the creative process to take its course.

  7. Karen
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Oh, how I’d love to win!!!

    Perfect day:
    Sunlight, water, occasional soft breezes. The sound of lapping or babbling water, whether lake, ocean, or brook. Perfect music playing (depends on the mood and the site), dogs quiet, on the deck at my feet. Add art and/or books, and unlimited, glorious Time (yes, with a capital T :)). Ahhhh. 🙂

  8. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A perfect day would be a day spent scrapbooking, of course!

  9. Chris Mead
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A perfect day for me would be a bright sunny day with time for all the things that I love. Family, Scrapping, Sleeping Late, Shopping, etc.

  10. Foxyzzz
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Hmmm…. a perfect day for me would be a day spent with the family, shopping and lazying around and scrapping….

  11. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A perfect day for me would be to wake up in the mountains of Georgia, go for a long, somewhat challenging mountain bike ride with my hubby, eat some awesome Mexican food at A La Gave in downtown Ellijay, scrap some photos & end the night with wine in the hot tub!

  12. Mama Karen
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    What a wonderful title. I think that for my daily devotions today, I will contemplate what a perfect day would be.

  13. Audrey
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    The perfect day …………..mmmmmmmmmmm……… there are many I can think of. Spending time with my family, spending an entire day with my friends, being on my own with soft music and just chillin. These are amongst my favourites!!

  14. Karen NZ
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Being a Mum who works full time, the perfect day would be a full day with my 20 month old and 6 year old, doing whatever they wanted (which could involve a park and a picnic), enjoying the Spring weather, and not having to think about all the household chores, grocery shopping, meal planning and work I need to catch up on at the same time. Just time to completely focus on them, my husband and me creating fun together!

  15. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    every day is a perfect day, spending time with my family, scrapping every day, … I think the most important is enjoy every day…
    Kisses from France

  16. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    No distractions, no TV. Just my family and me

  17. Melanie S.
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day:

    Nice sunny day in the park. Spending it with the family. Getting lots of photos of the kids on the playground, bringing lunch. Maybe through in a fishing pole of two and let the kids enjoy that. Brining the boat out for a ride. Hit the beach make a sand castle of two.

  18. Karen Dodson
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would be spent with my family. DH and I would do something fun with the kiddoes-neither one of them would cry,whine, or get in trouble the whole time. After our fun day, we would come home and both the kids would take long naps and DH would watch football while I scrapped. In the evening, the kiddies would eat dinner early and then go to bed, without me having to fight with the oldest about brushing his teeth. DH and I would then have a romantic dinner all by ourselves.

    I know…a girl can dream, though,right?

  19. Lisa Hall
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    my best day would be …………………….
    A day on a sunny hot island by the water with my family to lay eat all the fruit that i can get my hands on, cold ice tea beer for the rest of them and spa treatments all the way around. hum yummy………..
    oh yea this is one great day,
    just to soak up the love that i have with my family
    thanks fro asking.
    Lisa Hall

  20. Georgia
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Aperfect day for me would be a day that was stress-free, no major responsibilities and time for doing whatever I want! That of course would include scrapbooking, reading, and maybe watching a movie.

  21. alaina
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day is to wake up next to my 3 year-old little girl. We’d go swimming (her favorite thing) and play outside for a while to get some good photos. Then in the evening we’d have family movie time and I’d sit and scrap the day’s photos (while pretending to watch the movie).

  22. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A day with my husband where we would “junk and thrift and flea market” all day. No set plans just a lot of one dollar bills and a lot of used stuff.

  23. Cathy K.
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would inlcude bright sunshine, cool breezes, a good book and no other commitments to handle so I could read on the deck all day.

  24. Veronica
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would start late because I wold sleep in. Then I would have a leisurely breakfast and read a chapter or two of one of my favorite books. Then I would get some exercise, spend time with my loved ones, spend some time being creative (scrapbooking, etc.) and then out to a fantastic dinner. Whew!

  25. Annette
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day is no alarm, restful sleep, and then going golfing with no kids OR doing whatever strikes my fancy!

  26. Shir Benovich
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day:
    shop till I drop – scrapbooking supplies, of course!
    (never been to a real scrapbooking store – I only buy online – I live in Israel so I have an reason…)

  27. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    The perfect day for me would to have the whole family together playing on an ocean beach!!

  28. stephanie
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A perfect day would be a day that the 3 of us can spend together doing what we all want to do uninterrupted by the demands of every day life. With a husband owning a business, me working for an attorney and our 13 year old in school and sports, it is rare for us to have time together for vacations, let alone a single day. So a perfect day would be without cell phones, without sports practices and games, without working and calls from the business or the boss!

    Sounds like a perfect day to me.
    Steph

  29. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    That would have to be a full nights sleep followed by a kid free date night with my delicious bloke…on an island resort…in the tropics….with a foot massage every half hour…….

    I’m rambling aren’t I?

    Hahaha! one can dream hey?

  30. Rita Timmons
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    The perfect day is family time on a beach… peferably in Aguillia!

  31. Linda Peterson
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    A perfect day is a bright sunny day with all of my children and grandchildren over for a barbecue.
    My next favorite day is to go to the Megameet in Novi, takes lots of classes, look at all of the new things and make make its and take its.
    Linda Peterson

  32. September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    The perfect day for me would allow enough hours in a day to do all of the things that I love….playing with the Grandkids, spending time with hubby, a nice dinner and of course plenty of time to scrap with a friend.

  33. Carol
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    the perfect day would include going somewhere fun with my friends. the day would be sunny with a nice breeze and there would be no arguments. everyone would just be cracking jokes and having a blast!

  34. candie
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    the perfect day…hmmm…for me that would be when the laundry and dusting fairies show up and I spend my whole day scrapping!

  35. Cheryl P
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would start with breakfast at a restaurant with my family. After breakfast, my husband and sons would have plans that would take them away from the house for the entire day. I would be able to go home to a quiet house where I would scrapbook and watch movies undisturbed for the entire day.

  36. ROBIN
    September 7th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    My perfect day would be At a scrapbooking retreat, say Nags Head, scrapping overlooking the beach in 70-75 degree weather with wonderful friends.


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