Flipping through family photos and munching popcorn together is almost as much fun as creating the memories.
Recently, I was contacted by KODAK Gallery asking if I would try out their new SMARTFIT technology for creating photobooks.
My first thought was to create a cookbook of family favorites. I wasn’t able to figure out how to use SMARTFIT to insert that much text though, so I went with the traditional family photo book.
I uploaded the folder of pictures from our latest Disney trip – a very quick process. SMARTFIT automatically sizes and inserts the photos in the book in the order the photos were taken. It’s easy to change things by dragging the photos to where you would like them. The whole process was much easier than other photo books I’ve created.
I’m so pleased with the final product. We’ve had a great time thumbing through it together and of course, we need snacks to go along with the fun – enter Orville Redenbacher’s!
Orville Redenbacher’s sent me 2 boxes of their microwave popcorn to enjoy. Of course, we love the butter flavor, but the Lime and Salt flavor was new to us. It has just a hint of lime and is a change of pace from regular popcorn.
I actually served both flavors as a side dish with our BBQ Chicken Sandwiches (recipe coming soon).
I’m not suggesting you make a habit of popcorn with dinner, but at this time of year it is nice to have a healthy snack to munch in the midst of all the cookies and fudge.
Orville Redenbacher’s would like to send 1 reader a variety of popcorns, mix-ins and a few recipes.
To enter, just leave a comment telling your favorite popcorn flavor or your favorite way to pop it (microwave, stove top etc).
Contest ends Monday night.
Disclaimer: KODAK Gallery sent me $50 to try out and review their SMARTFIT technology for creating photo books. Orville Redenbacher’s sent me two boxes of popcorn to review and is also providing the giveaway prize. KODAK and Orville Redenbacher’s are not affiliated with one another (as far as I know). I just thought they made a natural pair for this post.