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Get a peek at the art work available June 1 in Heritage Makers Studio.
See the designs for the Party Brights by Katie Pertiet collection for Our Memories for Life.
Who needs a superhero when you have a dad?! At Heritage Makers, we know that all dads have special superpowers so why not remind them with one-of-a-kind gifts that really pack a punch this Father’s Day.
In honor of all the superhero dads out there, here is a brand new template series designed by Roxanne Buchholz entitled “We Spell Hero D.A.D.” From cards, canvases, and mugs, this design will capture all the adventures of dad (or granddad) and his little action-packed sidekicks. Shown here are “We Spell Hero D.A.D” 5 x 5 Greeting Card, template 134258; 11 x 14 Print, template 134253; 12 x 12 Wrapped Canvas, template 134250; and Love Mug, template 134249.
Don’t you love getting more out of something? It’s like finding money you didn’t know you had in your pants pockets! Today I want to share a layout I made using the Our Memories for Life Wedded Bliss by Katie Pertiet collection. But I’m shaking things up a bit.
Here’s the layout:
At Convention in March we announced the Youngevity Memory Keeping Ambassador – Lisa Bearnson. If you were at convention, you saw her on stage and heard her background (from Creating Keepsakes magazine founder to selling scrapbook products on QVC and HSN and everything in between!), which is impressive, to say the least. We wanted to get to know her on a more personal level, so we asked her a few questions that we’re sharing today. Let’s get to know Lisa Bearnson!
At Heritage Makers, our templates make it easy for family and friends to remember and celebrate their loved ones with storybooks, cards, and other keepsake products that will beautifully commemorate their lives in photos and written memories. Our storybooks can hold some of the most precious memories and life stories of a special person in your life that deserves to be remembered. Whether you want to make one for yourself or to give to a friend who is grieving, you’ll be amazed at the powerful effects it can have on those left behind. read more …
A few months ago I attended a class taught by Stacy Julian titled “Small and Simple Things” where she talked about how she used small things from her ancestors in everyday ways to keep their memories alive and to start conversations about their lives. This got me thinking about some of my favorite memories from my childhood and ways I could incorporate them into my life. read more …