Tutorials & Tips Party and Photobook Giveaway {$50 value}

Welcome to the Tuesday Tutorials & Tips party where any tutorial, room reveal, DIY project, craft, recipe, and tip is welcome! This party’s focus is on inspiring others through step by step tutorials and tips. If you have something to share that fits into that humungous category, then I hope you’ll link up! I will feature the best of the best in a few posts throughout the week.

This week, I have a new sponsor to introduce you to that I think you’ll enjoy!

Heritage Makers is an online, digital scrapbooking/publishing company, where you can simply upload your photos onto their secure site, drag & drop them into any of the 7,000 pre-designed templates or even use your own creativity and design a project from scratch. When you’re done, you simply publish your project and Heritage Makers does all the work! Your finished masterpiece will be delivered to your front door in a matter of days.

You have endless project possibilities! Look at the photo below to see some of the ways you can record your family’s heritage for generations to come! I am great at taking photos, but horrible at printing them out. As many of you know my hard drive crashed and I lost all of my photos. Sob! This is such an easy and attractive way to make sure you are saving your family’s history off of your hard drive!

Our Heritage Maker consultant, Melissa, is generously offering one Home Stories reader an 8×8 photobook!  If you’re interested in participating in the giveaway, simply follow the directions in the widget below. (If you’re reading this in a feed, please hop on over to the blog to enter.)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Please read the rules and link up and link back!

Party Rules

  • Any tip or tutorial is welcome! Decorating, holiday ideas, room makeovers, cleaning tips, recipes, crafts, and sewing all count.
  • Keep content fresh! Please do not link the same projects week after week. I will delete posts that you’ve linked up here several weeks in a row.
  • If your post has been featured in a Tutes & Tips Not to Miss, please do NOT link it up again.
  • Link back. I only feature those who link back to me within your post.
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  1. Allison says

    i would make a photobook for my 3 year old’s birthday. i made one for my other daughter when she was 3 with the “I Love You Through and Through” story in it, with pictures of her telling the story. it’s a favorite book at our house!

  2. says

    Thank you so much for hosting this party, Beth! I started a new linky party last week, and I have new respect for people who host big parties. It’s a LOT of work!

    I made a simple Easter wall hanging, so I’m sharing that tutorial. I can hardly believe that Easter is less than two weeks away–it’s about time I got things decorated around here!

    Have a great day and thanks again.

  3. says

    I make a photobook every summer to document the 2 weeks we spend at our lakehouse, then leave the books at the cabin. It’s so fun to look back at our previous summers when we are there!

  4. Sara says

    Hope I’m commenting in the right place. I’ve never made a photo book though I’ve wanted to give it a try. I have 8 little grands that I’d love to feature :)

  5. Anu says

    Would definitely make a book of my kids, for my parents, who are so far away in India.
    What a great giveaway … Thank you!!!

  6. Sally Gee says

    I would love to win this! My oldest grandson is graduating this spring and this would make a wonderful gift for him.

  7. says

    Thanks, Beth for the amazing giveaway and hosting for us once again. I am always amazed at the creativity people have! Love it!

  8. Peggy W. says

    This is so awesome! I would make this scrapbook for my granddaughter, Dakota, who lost her older sister last year. I think it would be a wonderful keepsake.


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