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Paperclipping Roundtable #24: I Did It But I Hid It

I sadly had to miss the Roundtable this week for personal reasons, but the discussion was all about journaling and Scrapbook Update’s own May Flaum sat in!

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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #24: I Did It But I Hid It

  1. Amy Muse June 20, 2010 at 8:58 pm #

    Love your show. Love your guests. Love the highly talented, skilled, and obviously very handsome and strapping young Izzie. I LOVED your topic this week. I also used to have trouble fitting my pictures and journaling on the same layout until I discovered Flip Flaps by Close To My Heart. (Yes, Nowell, it is a direct selling company where I am an Independent Consultant and WAY better than Stampin’ Up! or Creative Memories!). Go to http://www.amymuse.com/p/new-campaign.html to see the corporate version from May using Flip Flaps.

    Anyway, I also wanted to thank you for podcasting the Paperclipping Roundtable. I listened to it from your very first episode when I was in Iraq. I just simply couldn’t justify downloading your video tutorials over Gray’s Anatomy! It would take like two days to download the MP3, but it was well worth the wait. I dedicated time on Sundays to scrap and listen to the table whenever mission allowed. Sweet!

    I must say though, I don’t appreciate the negative undertones when you mention direct selling companies. Close To My Heart consultants are truely the only girlfriends I have, since I am in the Army. We all create and blog and FB and really connect online and at team meetings. These are some of the most supportive and amazing women I have ever met. Consultants are awesome for rural areas that don’t have a scrapbook store.

    Huggles,
    Miss Scrappy Britches

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