Heirlooms Can Be New Too!       The Heirloom Registry https://www.heirloomregistry.com
Recently for my birthday, I received a great gift: a       painting from an artist friend . . . .
I knew I’d hang it in my office as inspiration: the robin’s eggs represent ideas and I use my office as a     “nest” to in...
On the rear of the painting was the artist’sinformation but I wanted an innovative way to tell the           story behind ...
The solution: identification stickers from        The Heirloom Registry!
I had received a sticker at a recent genealogyconference, so I placed it on the back of the painting.
Next, I went to http://www.heirloomregistry.com,   set up a free account and then entered the               registration n...
I provided as much detailed as I wanted about the           heirloom, including a photo.
I also had an option of keeping some information“private” such as the location of the item or the value.  You can also set...
Once registered, I had a great way to share the   information with others using the links toFacebook, Twitter and other so...
I can also save a PDF version of the record, a “Registry     Certificate,” to my hard drive for safekeeping.
Now I plan to order more stickers from The Heirloom Registry and start telling the story of other family                  ...
CreditsThis slide show was produced by Thomas MacEntee.    I received a complimentary sticker to try out                Th...
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Everyday heirlooms with heirloom registry

  1. 1. Heirlooms Can Be New Too! The Heirloom Registry https://www.heirloomregistry.com
  2. 2. Recently for my birthday, I received a great gift: a painting from an artist friend . . . .
  3. 3. I knew I’d hang it in my office as inspiration: the robin’s eggs represent ideas and I use my office as a “nest” to incubate new ideas for my business.I also know that I had received an item that could be a family heirloom and passed down to future generations.
  4. 4. On the rear of the painting was the artist’sinformation but I wanted an innovative way to tell the story behind this new heirloom.
  5. 5. The solution: identification stickers from The Heirloom Registry!
  6. 6. I had received a sticker at a recent genealogyconference, so I placed it on the back of the painting.
  7. 7. Next, I went to http://www.heirloomregistry.com, set up a free account and then entered the registration number.
  8. 8. I provided as much detailed as I wanted about the heirloom, including a photo.
  9. 9. I also had an option of keeping some information“private” such as the location of the item or the value. You can also set a “year” for this information to be released, sort of like setting up a time capsule!
  10. 10. Once registered, I had a great way to share the information with others using the links toFacebook, Twitter and other social media sites!
  11. 11. I can also save a PDF version of the record, a “Registry Certificate,” to my hard drive for safekeeping.
  12. 12. Now I plan to order more stickers from The Heirloom Registry and start telling the story of other family heirlooms.
  13. 13. CreditsThis slide show was produced by Thomas MacEntee. I received a complimentary sticker to try out The Heirloom Registry. I have not been compensated in any way for this review.
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