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Paperclipping Roundtable #6: How To Deal With All That Stuff

In case you’ve missed it, Paperclipping Roundtable #6 is available for listening! Join Noell Hyman, Ali Edwards, Ana Cabrera and me for the show!

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After discussing in episode 5 how so many scrapbookers don’t scrapbook because they are overwhelmed by their stash of stuff, in episode #6 we had organizing expert Aby Garvey on to talk about how to overcome that. Garvey is the co-author with Wendy Smedley of The Organized & Inspired Scrapbooker.

My pick for this week’s show: Technique Tuesday Organized & Inspired and Technique Tuesday A Little More Organized stamp sets.

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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #6: How To Deal With All That Stuff

  1. Evelyn Hutson February 15, 2010 at 10:00 am #

    The way I am dealing with the overflow of product is one I hope might be adopted by others.
    Our son is a Battalion Commander in Iraq. There are between 500 & 600 men and 12 women in the Battalion. They are in the boonies and have no access to cards to send home. Supplies and mail only come in every ten days.
    The men have gone through the cards I have sent and are asking for more. I have invited friends to come make cards using my supplies. My plan is: many women=many cards=less stuff.
    I have printed clear return address labels for the salutations – Happy Birthday etc – and have larger labels to be printed with sentiments. The soldiers can personalize their card.
    Our son has an identical twin who was a Blackhawk pilot and has retired. Both sons have been in Iraq at the same time.
    If readers are interested in supporting this effort the cards can be sent to me at 215 Golf Rd, Summerville, SC 29483. I appreciate it in advance.
    Evelyn (pronounced EVElyn)
    Army Brat
    Army Wife
    Army Mom

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