Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Heritage Makers

So, last night I went out to eat with my best friend Christy, we went to Washoe, a steakhouse, and I think it was probably the best steak I have ever had, it was perfect and delicious. But, that's not what this blog is about.
Christy is a consultant for Heritage Makers and they make personalized books, cards, calendars, and other cool stuff, so while we were at dinner she showed me her latest book which is about her pregnancy with her son Joshua, and it was very cool. Basically, if you want to make a book you use this program they have to custom-make everything or use already made templates, and then they send you your book! Or if you are into digital scrapbooking, but want to put your 12x12 pages into a traditional scrapbook, you can just print out your 12x12 digital pages. They are perfect if you like the idea of scrapbooking but don't want to deal with the mess, and they are also beautiful wonderful quality hardbound books. I love these books, and wanted to put out a little blurb for Christy and what it is she does. She does workshops to teach other people how to do online storybooking, and does them online and at people's homes.
I will be hosting a workshop sometime in November (just in time for the holiday season, I think these books can make a perfect gift for family members and friends), depending on when baby comes, so if you are interested please let me know and I will let you know when it is. Anyways, Christy will do a much better job letting you know what it is she does, so here is a link to her storyteller blog and her heritage makers website to see what it is all about! I also have a link to her own blog on the left side of my page.
http://beastoryteller.blogspot.com/
http://www.heritagemakers.com/245975

3 comments:

Leserlee said...

Man, that company is everywhere. I know of at least two other people who work for them too. I wonder if you could have them turn your digital scrapbook pages into a book, instead of using their templates, etc. My printer doesn't fit 12x12 paper.

Kari and Steve said...

I would think you could, you can go to her page and ask...

dacjohns said...

I have seen their products. And they are'nt cheap. I couldn't afford them. But they are very nice.