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Snapshot - Giveaway



This week's giveaway is sponsored by Jennifer Jurek Photography.  Jennifer, a graduate from the UNT School of Visual Arts, worked in a fine art gallery for seven years before she decided to set off on her path in the art realm.  As a freelance photographer and designer, Jennifer resides in Plano and spends her days capturing your special moments (and people) in a way that you will cherish forever.  Check out her gallery to see just a sample of the many amazing sessions that Jennifer Jurek Photography has to offer and stay tuned to her Facebook page for updates and specials!



How to enter: Simply leave a comment (here or on Facebook) and tell us about one memory you are grateful to have a snapshot of.  (I love old pictures of myself and my little brother playing together.  You grow up so fast, it's easy to forget that you were once inseparable.)  For a BONUS ENTRY, share this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter (tag @dfwcraftshows), OR post a link on your blog.  Mention that you shared the giveaway in your comment below, and you will be eligible for one bonus entry.  Please don't forget to leave an email address, if I cannot contact you then you cannot collect your prize!

Contest ends at 10:00PM on Tuesday, October 18, 2011.  Winners will be announced Wednesday, October 19, 2011.

And the winner is.... The Young's!  Congrats, you have won a Kids Mini-Portrait Session for up to three children and includes 5 edited printable images on CD, a value of $95.  Don't forget, the session must take place before the end of the year in Collin County or the North Dallas area.  

Whether you are the winner or not, I think we can all agree that you can never have enough pictures!  Check out Jennifer's Gallery to see a few examples of the many Kids Sessions she has done in the past, as well as the many other types of sessions that are available.  


Are you interested in sponsoring one of our giveaways and having your business listed on our site as shown above? Email me at dfwcraftshows@gmail.com for more information!

11 comments:

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  2. I am so thankful that I have a snapshot of our two year old when she first saw her baby sister. She was so excited and I can't wait to share that photo with the girls when they are older!
    kristanwix@msn.com

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  3. I'm so thankful I have pictures of my youngest with his great grandmother before she passed away.
    cocoandcocoa (at) gmail (dot) com

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  4. I tweeted about the giveaway!
    @CocoandCocoa
    cocoandcocoa (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. I have a photo of my parents, and me and my two sisters taken back in the mid-50's. We were all very young and my parents a gorgeous couple. My father died a few years after that, but that is the only photo I have of all of us together as a family. It is very precious to me.

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  6. Oops...vicki_latham@yahoo.com

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  8. I am grateful that I was able to get pictures of my daughter with her Great Grandmothers while they still knew enough to know her.

    thepreppypeshe at gmail

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  9. I'm thankful I have pictures of my little one with my grandmother. My son was born in 2006 and she passed away in 2008, so all those pictures are a treasure.

    Leirad
    leirad at forbesenvironmental dot com

    leiradcardmakingcorner.blogspot.com

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  10. one of my biggest memories is a picture I have of me and my dad and I was just a little 3-4 year old girl sitting in my dads arms, he had just gotten back from deployment, and fighting in Desert Storm. He was a US Marine and I had not seen him in what felt like forever to me. I would color him pictures and things but just seeing him after he had been deployed for so long was a dream come true for me. I think I was holding a welcome home sign or something but for some reason that pictures even to this day still makes me smile, I remember it like it was yesterday and I am 23 years old now, maybe it's because my dad and I are so close, we always have been and I was adopted and I feel like the bond I have with him is un breakable, to me his is my real dad, and my hero.

    Jessica
    jncrosson@yahoo.com, or kevjess24@gmail.com

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  11. I am grateful that I have a few snapshots of me nursing my daughter. I gave it my all and tried so, so hard but our breastfeeding relationship was much shorter than I had wanted. :( It was a heartbreaking, traumatic experience for me in the end but I am still proud of myself for sticking with it as long as I did. That said, I am so, so thankful that I have pictures of us bonding through our nursing relationship and I will always treasure those pictures.

    daniellethetwin at hotmail dot com is my email addy

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