The Land Of The Free

by Julie Vazquez Posted on May 28, 2012

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Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer with backyard parties and family barbeques. It’s also a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. In honor of all the soldiers who serve in our military we’d like to introduce our newest photo book, The Land Of The Free.

We offer distressed and rugged camouflage backgrounds with American flags that pair well with photos of men and women in uniform. Embellishments include dog tags, medals, and cover all the branches of military service.

Honor your soldier for the hero they are with embellishments such as “Welcome Home,” “Home Of The Brave,” or “United We Stand” photo books from Shutterfly.

Shutterfly would like to say thank you for your courage, generosity and spirit of service.


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  1. Joey Says:

    I noticed some of the stickers for the United States Armed Forces books.
    I think this is a perfect way to remember or acknowledge your solider servin our country now, or perhaps a memory keepsake of a solider who died dury duty.
    Thanks for sharing this.

  2. AnnAbbott Says:

    I am so glad to see Shutterfly is offering such wonderful new styles for our military, Wonderful!~

  3. mypetia Says:

    Love the new designs offered by Shutterfly! So many options for a photobook!

  4. BarbaraJ Says:

    I have been working on a tribute to a fallen hero. I can’t wait until we finish so I can share with you. I ask a while back about a patriotic book. I love them.

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I’m the mom of two grown boys and four feline fur babies. When I’m not working in Social Media for Shutterfly Inc.brands I enjoy the beach, camping, hiking, photography, food (eating it, not cooking it), and volunteering at my local animal shelter.

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