Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Top 10 Signs of a Storybooking Addiction

10.  You're in a fender bender and your first thought is, "I wonder if there is an HM template for this event?"
9.  Your three year old wants to know if her coloring book is "archival quality."
8.  You decide to give your child piano lessons so you'll be able to use the musical instrument embellishments that are in the art gallery.
7.  You redecorate your family room to coordinate with your storybook covers.
6.  Your child is the only one in agriculture class who thinks "crop" is to cut your photos.
5.  You buy a new pink swimsuit because it coordinates with the new Cocoa Couture art collection.
4.  You try to claim your premier membership as a medical expense because storybooking is such good therapy.
3.  A regular sandwich is no longer acceptable--it must be cropped or cut with decorative edges.
2.  You are more likely to have a camera on your shoulder than your purse.
1.  You're the only one at a social gathering yelling, "Just one more photo; I don't have enough for a two page spread!

Hello everyone! My name is Yolanda and I'm a Storybooking Addict!


  1. Love this post. And so creative too. I would say it is the best Heritage Makers consultant blog post I have seen. :)

  2. Love this post. I would say it is the best Heritage Makers consultant post I have seen. I'm definitely linking this on the Facebook fan page.

  3. Hi my name is Amanda and I'm so quilty at doing #3, lol... Thanks for sharing!

  4. Great post! I just became a consultant for Heritage Makers and I'm hooked. It is addictive.

  5. Welcome to the team!! That's wonderful! It's really a great company and an amazing product. I was a scrapbooker for a long time and I converted and OMG, preserving memories has never been easier! I got 11 pages in yesterday and caught up on my son's toddler book. It took me only an hour to complete. I still have a TON of scrapbooking supplies though. I have decided to use the embellishments to make some hybrid pages.

  6. Amanda,
    I would have to say, I have been guilty of almost all of them within the past year. I had a fender bender in the Starbucks parking lot end of last summer and didn't have my camera in the car (of course the accident wasn't my fault). I used my cell phone to take pics, then I thought am I a little addicted? My biggest ones are #1 and #2. My kids totally think they live with the paparazzi!

    Glad you enjoyed the post!

  7. great post--i get it just from a blogger's point of view ;-)

  8. What a great site! I found you on twittermoms.com and I'm following you now.