Hey all!

I am new here at Mom Bloggers and I would love to kick things off by sponsoring a giveaway if any of you are interested.

I just released a new online photo editing program - Primp My Album, www.primpmyalbum.com

You can watch a 90 second intro video here if you want: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJRNo5S1b1s

Anyway to get things rolling I wanted to do something like a one-year membership ($14.95) and $5 in Primp money to purchase kits and embellishments in the store.

I have never sponsored a giveaway, but now that I have something to giveaway, I would love to! If you are interested in helping me do this I would be happy to give you the same prize for hosting . . . one-year free and $5 Primp to spend in the store . . .

I would love to hear form you if you are interested, you can message or email bonnie@primpmyalbum.com

Thanks!
Bonnie Andrews
Primp My Album

www.primpmyalbum.com

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Bonnie,
Hello I am quiet new to MBC also and I would love to help you:) I am also new to blogging, I have done one giveaway, but did generate a lot of people through this:O
If you are interested in me helping you, just email me chacoyaguayo{at}yahoo{dot}com

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