Category Archives: Studio Design Tips
The April Studio U class focused on weddings and all the wonderful projects you can create for this happy occasion. We also added a slight twist by showing how to adapt templates designed for weddings to use for other occasions. You can watch the class for all the details or keep reading for a quick look at some of the projects we shared.
Brag Bags are not only a cute way to share your favorite photos, they are sturdy and hold up well. I spoke with a couple ladies this weekend that said they’d had their Brag Bags for over three years and they were in amazing condition – especially since they used them every day. The bottom wasn’t torn up. The handle wasn’t ragged. Other than a little dirt here and there, they looked brand new! If you don’t have a Brag Bag, this is definitely the time to get one, so let me show you how fun these bags can look.
The new 10 x 10, 11 x 14, and 8 x 10 Wood Prints from Heritage Makers are a gorgeous way to showcase your favorite photos. The wood grain of the natural maple veneer adds a lovely touch to any project, but it is important to understand that the amount of wood grain visible will vary, depending on the design of your project.
We often get the question, why do storybook templates have page one on the right side and not on the left to create a spread? Today, we’re going to explain a few things about storybook templates that we hope will help you as you create your storybooks, specifically the blank page and Copyright page you see in the Manage Pages section of Studio.
I love decorating my home, especially when it’s something that I’ve made. The home decor items in Studio are so easy to customize and some you can print as is, which is even easier!
Last Thursday was our Studio U class for February. The topic was Digital Scrapbooking 101 to help those wanting to start digital scrapbooking or for people who needed a refresher. The class had two sections: working with templates and starting from scratch.
There are so many ways to spread holiday cheer and the Studio U class on November 19th was packed with ideas! From cards to gifts, you’re sure to find something you can use in the coming weeks. And make sure you order now so you have them on hand when you’re ready to share.
We all love the feeling of a well-coordinated spread in our cherished family storybooks. But have you ever had questions about how to properly align the items from one page to the next? While it is true that there is currently not a way to work on a two-page spread all at once inside the Heritage Makers Studio editor, there are a few ways to go about designing that perfect spread. read more …
The very last page of your Heritage Makers Storybook is the Copyright page. In the page listing, it is often labeled as “C.” The Copyright page can be designed, just like any other page in your Storybook, except for a small white strip at the bottom of the page. read more …
We loved meeting so many of you at the Youngevity Convention last week! We interacted with people who have been involved with Heritage Makers for years, some who knew nothing more than the name of the Memory Keeping brands, and many people in between. No matter how long you have been using Heritage Makers for preserving your memories, undoubtedly questions will arise as you work on projects and you may not always know where to find the answers. read more …