Saturday, May 5, 2012

Product of the Month, 7 x 5 Storybooks

For a delightful, purse packable or desk displayable gift, check out Heritage Makers 7 x 5 storybook. It’s the May product of the month, an additional 10% off your already low Club HM prices and the perfect present for May celebrations.

You’ll find a wealth of templates in the gallery for friends or family members and for every occasion. Note too, the 7 x 5 story books in our other May articles: “100 Reasons Why Dad is King” by Marin Barney, template 86585 and “100 Things I Love About You, Dad” by Lynda Angelastro, template 59414, are wonderful Father’s Day gifts. And Sandra Dovre’s “A Bit of Advice-Son,” template 34717 and “A Bit of Advice-Daughter,” template 34832 both make meaningful graduate gifts.

Storybooks for Dad

To celebrate a fishing enthusiast dad, make a "Rigby Family Fish Tale" by Tanja Rigby. Fill it with photos of his proudest catches along with the legacies he’s building with family and he’ll take everywhere! It’s template 33968 and would make a treasured gift for Father’s Day.

For another Father’s Day idea, try Jennifer Stratton’s template 61486, “My Heart Belongs to Daddy.” Designed for photos of Dad and the kids, this personalized present is sure to be a winner.

For the Graduate
Celebrating a high school graduation? Customize this K-12 school memory book from Michelle Bell in your son’s or daughter’s school colors. Called “Happy Graduation - 7x5 Storybook,” template 21494, your child will cherish this easy-to-make book.

And if there’s a party going on, check out Sandra Dovre’s “A Guy Kind of Guest Book.” Template 13151, it’s designed for those boy-style, riding lawn mower, car and tractor photos while allowing plenty of room for guests to sign in and wish the graduate well.

For the Younger Crowd
Your child’s friends and accomplishments will only be remembered if they are preserved while the memories are fresh. Ask any grandma and she’ll tell you, while you may think you’ll always remember your daughter’s 6th grade best friend or your son’s first crush, the years have a way of dimming even the best of memories. Give your child a lasting legacy by keeping a written and photographic record of those priceless times. For school friends in the teen or tween age range, start with Lori Mar’s bright and easy memory book, template 14482, “My Fantastic Friends.”

And for a priceless look at your preschooler’s year, check out Tanja Rigby’s template 49178 “Hello Goodbye 2010.” Used for toddler-age accomplishments, it’s a delightful way to mark your little one’s milestones.

The 7 x 5 Storybook
Sized right for smaller hands, packing in a pocket book or displaying on a desk, Heritage Makers 7 x 5 storybooks are one of our most popular products. From Grandma brag books to bridesmaids’ thank you gifts and from Father’s Day to graduation, these inexpensive gems are a meaningful way to say you care. Make a couple for your loved ones this May while they are an additional 10% off.

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