Paperclipping Roundtable #12: Heart on Fire, Brain on Ice

Paperclipping Roundtable #12 was all about balancing scrapbooking for our families versus ourselves! This week’s panel consisted of Noell Hyman, Stacy Julian, Steph from The Daily Digi, and me (along with our resident non-scrapper Izzy).

To listen to this week’s episode, you can click here.

Here’s this week’s show notes:

Links from this week’s show:

Product Picks:

Here’s the layout that I mentioned that uses the Tim Holtz paper pack and the Graphically Speaking cartridge:

Supply List: Paper – Tim Holtz Vintage Shabby Paper Pack, Marcella by Kay (Sophie); Punch – EK Success (Binding Edge); Ink – Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Pumice Stone); Spray Ink – Clearsnap Smooch Spritz (Vanilla Shimmer); Sticker – Grand Adhesions by K & Co (Hopscotch); Jewel – Prima; Flower – Prima Tea Roses (Peach Frost); Decorative Tape – Making Memories; Ribbon – unknown; Die Cut – Cricut (Graphically Speaking).

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2 Responses to Paperclipping Roundtable #12: Heart on Fire, Brain on Ice

  1. Cyndi March 30, 2010 at 1:45 am #

    I’ve listened to the Paperclipping Roundtable from the start. I love the concept and enjoy downloading the segments and listening to them on my IPod during my work breaks, when I’m scrapbooking or unwinding for the night. This last segment (#12) is my fav. I love how you are all peeling back the layers and engaging in discussions in different nooks and crannies of the scrapbooking world. Kudos! I am a Fan! (and a Paperclipping Member)

  2. Jennifer Earley April 8, 2010 at 9:46 am #

    I’m listening right now to #12…I’ve falling behind! It’s taking me 3 different days to listen to this in it’s entirity! I love listening to you guys. Just an FYI…I’m a HUGE Cricut user and I’m so glad that Nancy is embracing hers 🙂 I order my Cricut cartridges from various stores online and I hope it’s ok that I post them here…,, Happy Scrapping…and Cricuting!

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