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Animoto Review & Giveaway (ends 12/18/12)

I love sharing photos of my family with other family members and friends, both near and far. It’s easy enough to e-mail photos to other people, or give them access to your Photobucket or Flickr accounts. However I like to take things one step further. I love making “movies” with my photos.

I use different video making programs. Some are easier then others. I honestly prefer the easier programs. As a busy mom I don’t always have time to dedicate to putting together an elaborate video presentation. I rather just upload the photos I want to work with and have the program assist me in making the best possible video with little or no effort on my part.

Animoto is a great choice for those who like to make movies of their photos quickly and easily. You can let the program create something for you or do all the work yourself. It’s up to you.

The hardest part to making a video is deciding what photos to use. I would recommend you set up a folder on your desk top and keep the photos you want to make into a video in that folder. That way you don’t have to search through your computer and CDs to find the photos you want to use. Trust me, I learned that the hard way. I was asked to make a video of our dog Espn (pronounced “Es-Pin”) for a PetSmart campaign a while back. All of Espn’s photos were all over the place – on my lap top, desk top, CD’s and three different external hard drives. It took me a long time to find the photos. Thankfully they are all in one folder so the next time I need them I know where to find them.

After you have gathered up the photos you want to use all you need to do is log into your Animoto account and choose the type of video you want to make. There are several different options to choose from.

Here is teh video I made for our dog.

 

After you have selected your video background you have to upload the photos you wish to use. I found uploading the photos to be a very quick process. Sometimes uploading photos, especially numerous photos at the same time, can be time consuming. I found this process to be quick and easy.

Once your photos have been uploaded you will next have the option to “tweak” the video by adding text, changing the background music and a few other options.

When you feel like you have the video the way you want it you can preview it before processing it into a video. If you are pleased with how the video turned out you can share it with family and friends.

The actual processing time seemed to drag on for a long time with the video that I made for Espn. I would have to “guesstimate” that it took about 20 minutes. Thankfully I was able to work on my computer during that time by opening up a different browser. The time it took to process wouldn’t have been so bad if I wasn’t anxious to see the final version. Sometimes I have an issue with being patient. Ha Ha.

Without further adieu here is the Espn video that I made. YouTube added the ad (not Animoto). Just click the “x” on the ad to dismiss it. Sorry about that. 🙁

 

If you happen to have the volume on your computer you can hear the background music too.

I actually uploaded about 40+ pictures. I guess there was a limit of photos for this video that I was unaware of because the video only showed less then half of the ones I uploaded. That is OK. It turned out pretty good.

Overall I am pleased with the Animoto program. It is incredibly easy to figure out and to use. If you are “technologically challenged” like I am sometimes (ha ha) you will have no problem creating high quality videos using the Animoto program.

You can also include clips from other videos into your Animoto video. Unfortualy I have nothing handy to play around with.

To learn more about Animoto please visit www.Animoto.com. You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.

Animoto is a subscription based program. You can use Animoto for free, but you have very limited options and can only make 30 second videos. For $30/year you can get the plus plan. For all the “bells and whistles” you can upgrade to the Pro plan $39/mo or $249/year. For the casual user the plus plan ($30/year) is perfectly fine.

Animoto even has an iPhone application.

Animoto would like to give FIVE lucky readers a FREE one year Plus membership ($30 value). Thank you Animoto!

This giveaway is open to everyone and will end on December 18, 2012 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winners will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winners will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

To enter please visit Animoto.com and check out the sample videos and features. Then come back here and comment on what type of video do you think you would like to create with Animoto.

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the intitial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own.

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Seven Tips for Making the Most of your Family Videos and Photos

 

There is a commercial that I have seen on TV a lot lately for Disney parks. In the commercial it talks about how there are only so many 15th birthdays and so many pirates that need to be fought. There are a few things it mentions but the point of the commercial is that there are only so many memories to make, many of which are once in a life time memories. It’s the once in a life time memories that we need to capture and hold on to so that we can relive them and enjoy them in the years to come.

Most parents take many pictures and home videos of their children to document their first steps, their first words, their first birthday and all the many “firsts” that we experience in our lifetime. My husband and I have so many photos of our children that we can’t even keep count of them anymore. We have at least 30 photo albums, not to mention many discs with digital photos burned on to them. We also have dozens of home movies. We never want to forget a moment of our children’s lives growing up, from school plays to t-ball games and everything in between.

If your family enjoys making family videos and taking plenty of family photos like I do, you might enjoy these great tips from Robert Vince, who is the writer, director and producer of the Disney’s Buddies movies (many of which I have reviewed here on my site).

Seven Tips for Making the Most of your Family Videos and Photos

By Robert Vince

From soccer games, birthdays and graduations to talent shows, holidays and vacations — families today are more active than ever. And everyone seems to be having a great time capturing their memories on mobile devices and digital cameras but despite having high-tech tools at their fingertips, people are still often at a loss as to how to make their videos and photos better.

These tips will help make the most of these “shoots,” no matter how sophisticated (or not!) your family camera is:

1.  Watch your lighting. Natural light is best, but if you’re indoors, it helps to turn on several lamps so the area is well lit. It’s also important to be mindful of any light behind your subject. If the camera doesn’t adjust, this could obscure faces and turn your subjects into moving shadows.

2.  Prepare in advance. Professional photographers always create a list of shots they know their client will want. You can do the same by thinking ahead rather than trying to capture everything on the fly. For example, if you’re filming a birthday party, you can guess there will be a moment when the guest of honor blows out the candles. Plan ahead and scout the best place to stand before the cake comes out, candles blazing. The best shot would then run from beginning to the end of that off-key “Happy Birthday.” Likewise, decide before the event what else you’d like to capture: greeting guests as they arrive, opening presents, any special decorations, testimonials, etc.. Once the party is over, you’ll have a nice sequence of highlights from the event.

3.  Steady as you go. Nothing makes a home video look more polished than the clean control of a tripod. No matter how steady-handed you may be, there are inevitably shakes  and lack of focus that accompany a handheld shot. Sometimes a monopod serves the same purpose and is more portable. Other tricks for steadiness include leaning on a wall, placing your camera on the ground (along with yourself) and drawing your arms close to your body. And finally – something few people know – in a pinch, a conveniently placed lamp can serve as a tripod as the thread on its harp is the same as a tripod’s!

4.  Avoid LP mode. LP stands for long play and although it allows you to record longer, it takes away from the quality of the video. Less is more, after all, and when you look back you are going to want the clearest picture possible.

5.  Point of view. Look for any unusual angles to shoot from – high, low, off-kilter. When photographing children or animals, get down to their level.

6.  Maximize storage. Capturing the image can be the easiest part but once the images are uploaded, they can get lost or forgotten. Yellowing photo albums are now a thing of the past, jump drives are easily lost and some hard drives get too crowded too fast. Many savvy parents have discovered that recordable Blu-ray discs will solve the problem. Blu-ray allows the most storage space (and thus the highest quality) for those special moments families will want to cherish for generations to come. Transferring your older videos and still photos is easier than ever today, and now everything can be conveniently accessible (and safer) anytime you want to revisit a happy occasion. Simply pop the disc into any Blu-ray player or computer with a Blu-ray drive and watch the memories unfold.

7.  Make quality time! The best home videos capture quality time that family members spend with one another. It doesn’t really matter what you do as long as the time is well spent, so make a point to tune out outside distractions (phones, texts, TV) and set aside time to bond. You can do anything: a family hike through a local park, a trip to get ice cream cones, or even a miniature golf tournament. More important than any technical tips is the essence of your adventures.

These are some really great tips. I especially like the one about maximizing storage. We have a Blu-ray burner and we have been slowly but surely burning our home movies from regular discs to a Blu-ray disc. As you know Blu-ray discs are a better quality and they are made to last. Unlike like other discs that can crack or get scratched and ruin precious family memories, a Blu-ray disc is much hardier and with stand a lot of use, being dropped and accidentally rubbed up against other discs (which would scratch a regular disc).

Since burning our home movies on to Blu-ray discs we’ve been able to make a lot more room in our cabinet. The Blu-ray discs have a lot of space on them. We’ve been able to burn several discs onto just one Blu-ray disc.

I can’t tell you how nice it is to have room in my cabinet again. We still have many more discs that need to be burned, but we’re going to get them all done (we just need to pick up more Blu-ray discs to burn on to).

Sometimes when you burn a home movie from one disc to another disc the quality gets compromised. We have not noticed any of that with the Blu-ray discs. The quality is great, just as good as the original. The audio is nice too. Nothing was lost during the transfer/burning process.

 

The burner that we have is a Sony Portable BD Writer BDX-S600U, BD XL. I’m so glad it’s portable. When I first learned of the burner I thought it was going to be big like our Blu-ray player. We have a burner that burns VHS tapes to DVDs and it’s huge. It also doesn’t work anymore. We just haven’t got around to unhooking it from the TV. The last thing I wanted was another big device on the TV stand.

The Sony Portable BD Writer is just a little larger then a Blu-ray case. It plugs right into your desktop or laptop with a USB port. The USB cable even folds up nicely inside of the unit so that you don’t have to worry about the cord getting kinked or in the way. You don’t need to plug it into an outlet either. It’s powered by your computer. Its a lot like a “plug and play” game. You simply plug it into your computer and you are ready to start burning.   

We had a little bit of a hard time figuring out the software but after some trial and error we figured it out. We’re using a different software then the one that came with the unit.

I could give you all the “technical” information but I figured it would be easier just to write about the burner in “layman’s terms” to make it easier. 🙂

The Blu-ray burner burns discs to Blu-ray rather quickly. I remember when my husband would burn home movies on VHS tapes to DVD, it would take a long time. The disc to Blu-ray seems to go by a lot quicker.

One of the things I really like most about burning our discs on to Blu-ray discs is that it allows my husband to burn several discs together on one Blu-ray disc (the Blu-ray discs have a lot of gig space). For example, we went to Disney World about 10 years ago. We have several discs (home movies) that we took on the trip. I believe there are 5 or 6 of them in total. My husband was able to burn them all on the SAME Blu-ray disc, in chronological order too! Now we don’t have to dig through cabinet to find all the Disney trip discs. All of them are now burned onto one Blu-ray disc, now marked Disney Trip.

We need more Blu-ray discs! I have to go and buy more. My husband can easily burn several discs on to Blu-ray in one evening from the convenience of his laptop while sitting in his favorite chair. It’s THAT easy!

For more information about Blu-ray discs you can check out the Blu-ray Disc Association, http://US.Blu-rayDisc.com.

Kimberly

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are entirely my own and not influenced in anyway.

 

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Belkin Wireless Dual Band Travel Router

Last year I did some traveling for several blogger events. Traveling is new to me. Even though I’ve done it a few times I’m still a bit of a “newbie”.

When I travel I like to have my laptop with me. I take a lot of pictures and I like to upload them right away, just in case something happens to my camera. If I have the time I also like to check my e-mail, update my blog and keep my friends and family up to date on my travels via Facebook.

I would like to bring my iPad with me. I find the iPad is a lot easier to use when I’m in a hotel room. I don’t like to sit at the desks you usually find in a hotel room. I find them uncomfortable. I also need to use a mouse and it’s inconvenient to have to bring a mouse pad with me. The touch screen iPad is much easier for me to use in a hotel room.

I am FAR from a “techie” kind of person. I leave all that up to my husband. He’s the computer tech in the family.

I was sent a Belkin Wireless Dual Band Travel Router to review. Unfortunatly I haven’t had the opportunity to try it at a hotel room yet. I haven’t gone on any blogger trips. I was able to use it around my home to try it out.

The Belkin Wireless Dual Band Travel Router is small and compact in size. I could easily tuck this into my suitcase or travel bag and not have it take up valuable space or add weight to my bag. It even comes in a handy travel kit so you can keep all the components together, plus it protects it against being knocked around in your bag. The kit includes the travel router, power supply with USB cable, user chargeable power plugs, Ethernet cable, installation guide and of course the travel case.

I had my husband set it up for me. It seemed easy enough to do. I have the instructions in the travel case to refresh my memory when I finally get to try it out in a hotel. It took my husband just a couple of minutes to set up.

When you check into your hotel room (or other location like a meeting room), simply connect the Belkin Dual Band Travel Router to the hotel’s Internet connection port, do some simple configuration, and ta-da – you are able to use your laptop, iPad or other wireless device from anywhere in the room.

This set up would be ideal if you are at a conference where multiple people need Internet access. Or if you are in a hotel room with your family and they each want to do something that requires a wireless signal.

My husband hooked it up in our home to try out. The kids were able to use their iPod Touch devices and I was able to use my iPad with no problem. I played around with NetFlix and it streamed the movies just fine. My kids had no problems with their iPod Touches as far as I know. They text and use Face Time and Oovoo a lot and it didn’t seem to effect those sites either.

I have read other reviews on this travel router and people mentioned a dropped signal or slow streaming. I didn’t notice any of those problems. It worked just fine for me. Maybe those people were using it in a larger area or had too many devices using it at one time?

Even though this is a travel router I think you use this just fine at home or even at college.

I’m looking forward to trying this out at a hotel. When I have a chance to I will update this post and let you know how well it worked.

For more information about this and other Belkin products please visit www.Belkin.com. The unit retails for around $79.99. For information about this specific product please visit http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=577751.

Kimberly

*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own.

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Get in shape in 2012 with the Fitbit XBOX 360 Kinect bundle

 

Now that we’re stuffed ourselves with turkey, ham, tons of holiday cookies, cocktails and other tasty goodies, it’s time to get back on track and think about our health again. The start of a new year usually turns to thoughts of health and nutrition. I bet if you surveyed 1,000 people more then half would be planning on starting an exercise routine and eating healthy in the new year.

If you are someone who is planning on getting healthy in 2012 you might be interested in this information.

On December 27, 2011, Sam’s Club Game Hub is launching a new holiday bundle with XBOX 360 Kinect to help shoppers and their families actually keep their New Year’s fitness resolutions. The Fitbit XBOX 360 Kinect bundle, includes an XBOX 360 Kinect, a FitBit Activity Tracker and “Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012“, the sequel to the #1 fitness game on Kinect. 

The FitBit Trackeris like a super advanced pedometer that tracks your real-time activity stats, including: steps, distance, floors climbed, and calories burned. People using the FitBit claim that because they are aware of their daily movements, they walk 43% farther and lose an average of 13 pounds. 

The Fitbit Ultra uses a MEMS 3-axis accelerometer that measures your motion patterns to tell you your calories burned, steps taken, distance traveled, and sleep quality. A built-in MEMS altimeter measures your vertical climb up stairs and hills.

The FitBit also gives users valuable information on sleep patterns, helping you figure out better habits. Sleep is an important factor when it comes to weight loss. Studies have found that people who get an adequate amount of sleep each night tend to lose more weight and keep it off compared to those who don’t. I sleep an average of 4-5 hours a night, which could explain why I have a hard time loosing weight and keeping it off.

The “Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2012” fitness game is a social and fun workout experience, totally customizable. Your Shape includes over 90 hours of activities to suit you and your family’s taste and fitness goals. It also has a feedback system that guides you on how to improve your technique and results. 

Your Shape will take players into a stimulating world showcasing an array of captivating visual effects and an environment that will transform as their workouts evolve in the game. The improved player projection will allow players to see themselves in the Your Shape universe and keep a close eye on their workouts.

With Your Shape you can choose how you want to play. Do you want a personal trainer to help meet your set fitness goals? Or do you want to focus on a specific muscle group? You can also build a program around the time you have to work out.

These technologies are meant to help people stay on top of their 2012 fitness goals from home, easily allowing all family members and friends to be involved. The Fitbit is like a friendly personal trainer that goes where you go!

If you would like to learn more about this bundle please visit www.SamsClub.com/GameHub. There you can also watch a video that explains more about the bundle.

It does sound like an interesting fitness package. Most people can’t afford a gym and often walking or using exercise DVDs can be boring, especially if you do them every day. This special fitness bundle seems like it would be a nice change of pace from a regular routine, and dare I say it sounds fun too.

Kimberly

*I was compensated for this post however any opinion expressed is my own and not influenced in any way.

 

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LG’s Air Your Dirty Laundry Contest

A few weeks ago I posted a contest for a $250 AMEX gift card giveaway from LG. The mandatory entry requirement was to leave a comment “airing your dirty laundry”.

I have to say that many of the comments were hysterical. There were a few that left me feeling sort of creeped out (LOL) but most of them were pretty funny.

The contest was set up to help promote LG’s Front-Loading washer and dryers. They have been industry leaders in this market in the U.S. for four years. They were also named the most reliable brand for Front Load laundry as well as dryers in the U.S. by a leading consumer magazine. 

LG’s Ultra-Capacity Steam Washer with 6Motion Technology are Energy Star rated and can help consumers to save energy costs by 1/3 and water costs in half. LG’s Ultra Capacity Steam Washer is one of the most energy efficient washers available in its category. It’s roughly 86 percent more energy efficient and uses up to 40 percent less water than conventional top-load. That adds up to a lot of savings (upwards to $900 in energy and water costs) over the life of the machines. 

LG’s True Steam technology actually uses LESS water than traditional washers. Not only that they help to reduces allergens, wrinkles and odors. 

The washing machines are powered by LG’s state-of-the art Direct Drive motor, which operates without belts or pulleys, meaning you get increased efficiency, reduced noise and vibration, and a guaranteed longer lifetime backed with an unprecedented 10-year warranty.

If we had a house where we could have a washer and drye of our own (and not have to share with the rest of our condo building) I would love the new LG Ultra-Capacity Steam Washer. Not only do I appreciate that it’s energy efficient but I’m also sold on the odor and wrinkle reduction.

You can learn more about the LG Ultra-Capacity Steam Washer with 6Motion Technology or other washers that LG offers here,  http://bit.ly/t2Hxvq (the link is shortened to make it easier).

There were a lot of great “dirty laundry” comments but I had to leave it up to the random number generator at www.Random.org to pick the winner. Congratulations Alicia. She has already been notified and her gift card is on it’s way. 🙂

All of this talk about laundry reminds me that we have laundry to do. We only do our laundry on Sundays. Since Christmas is this Sunday I’m pretty sure we won’t want to do laundry. I guess this means we’ll be doing a few loads on Friday.

Thanks to all who entered.

 

Kimberly

*I was not compensated for this post. This was a companion post to an earlier post. Any opinions expressed are my own. LG will be providing the gift card.

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New High Tech Products from Crayola (Giveaway)

One of the greatest gifts I ever received when I was a young girl was a brand new box of crayons. Usually every holiday season my mom would give me a  new box of crayons and a couple of holiday coloring books. For such a simple gift it gave me great pleasure.

Even though I’m not longer a child I still enjoy coloring. Believe it or not my husband and I have been known to sit down at the coffee table and just start coloring. We have several holiday coloring books and I think my husband and I must have colored in more pages then my kids have. We especially like images that have a lot of details to them. We also share the same box of crayons, which is in pristine condition, compared to the crayons my kids use (they always break them).

Did you know that Crayola crayons have gone high tech? It’s true! Crayola has a new application for the iPad called ColorStudio HD. It turns your iPad into an interactive coloring book and features some of the most beloved Crayola crayon colors.

I have a couple of coloring applications on our iPad, but NOTHING compares to the Crayola ColorStudio HD application. With this application things come alive and it features music, sound effects and other special surprises. 

Crayola even has a really cool device called an iMarker that is like a marker for the iPad. It doesn’t leave a mark on the iPad, it just works within the Crayola ColorStudio HD application.  

You can choose from 64 colors in the digital Crayola crayon box and then use the iMarker to create the look of Crayola crayons, markers, paints and colored pencils as the stylus interacts with an iPad. The digital coloring pages respond with movement and sound as the pages come alive as kids color. It’s really cool!

Your child can save their artwork and can e-mail it to family and friends, print it out or upload it to Facebook (with a parent’s permission of course).

Children can even play games, draw free hand or create their own coloring pages that they can print out and color with “real” crayons.

The application is free at the iTunes App Store with the purchase of the iMarker for $29.99 at Toys R Us, Best Buy, the Apple Store and www.griffintechnology.com. The iMarker is recommended for children ages 3+. It comes with batteries and a FREE download of the ColorStudio HD application. 

Another cool “high tech” product that Crayola has available is called Crayola Story Studio. The Crayola Story Studio turns your child into a coloring book character. It’s the coolest thing!

Currently there are three different Crayola Story Studio “kits”.

 Crayola Story Studio: Spider-Man lets kids upload a photo and transform themselves into a superhero that stars with Spider-Man in personalized comic book they create and color. A free access code inside the kit unlocks the Story Studio application at Crayola.com/storystudio. Kids can choose a super power, story-line, and one of six villains to battle alongside Spider-Man in their own web-slinging adventure. When they finish their story, they can save it, share it or print and color it. The kit includes paper, glossy cover sheets for printing comic book-style covers, binding strips and 15 Twistables colored pencils to create three complete books.

– Story Studio: Disney Princesses lets kids star in a fairytale with a Disney Princess. Crayola Story Studio: Disney Princess lets kids create fairytales starring them and a Disney Princess! Kids upload a photo to transform themselves into a character, then create a story with their character and a Disney Princess! Story Studio includes everything kids need to create personalized storybooks and unlimited coloring pages – just print, color and bind the pages. They can choose storylines from Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, the Little Mermaid, Tangled, Sleeping Beauty, and Princess and the Frog. With the free on-line access code that comes inside, Pip-Squeaks markers and glitter glue, blank sheets and binding strips, kids create three complete story books!

– Story Studio Adventure Maker: Cars 2 lets kids join the pages of a story with Lightning McQueen, Mator and the Cars 2 characters form Disney Pixar. The set includes 10 Pip-Squeak Skinnies markers, 3 Pip Squeak broad line markers, 2 Pip-Squeak glitter glue tubes, 30 story sheets, 6 glossy cover sheets and 3 comic binding strips to make three complete story books.

How much would you pay for this awesome technology? $40? $30? $25? How about only $9.99 per kit! WOW!

These kits would make a perfect holiday gift AND it won’t “break the bank” either.

I’m currently trying to make a book for my nephew with the Story Studio: Spider-Man kit. I am making him a coloring book. It took a bit to find the right photo to use but I think it’s going to turn out perfect when I’m finally done with it. I think a personalized gift like this is a lot more enjoyable then some random toy I picked up from the toy store. Plus he can keep it and read it like a book too.

I love that the kits have everything you need to create a fun coloring book, including the binding strips (they are a little tricky to work with but I finally got it right).

I love all the little Pip-Squeak accessories. They are basically miniature versions of markers and glue. 

All of the new Crayola products are a lot of fun. It’s nice to see that Crayola can move forward with the technology while still holding on to the products we grew up with.

Crayola products are sold at many retail locations across the country. 

To learn more about these and other Crayola products visit www.Crayola.com.

Crayola and MyBlogSpark have generously offered an awesome prize package featuing these high tech products. The prize includes:

– Crayola Story Studio: Spider-Man

– Crayola Story Studio Disney Princesses

– Crayola Story Studio: Cars

– Crayola iMarker for use with the iPad

– FREE download of the ColorStudio HD application for the iPad

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This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on December 22, 2011 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply with a name and mailing address (no PO Box). Failure to do so will result in a new winner being chosen.   

Other great giveaways can be found on the right side bar under “Win It”.

Kimberly

*The Crayola High Tech Holiday prize pack, product information and prize pack for giveaway have been provided by Crayola through MyBlogSpark. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own.

   

 

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