Elise Blaha and Stacy Julian sat in on the panel this week to talk about long-term scrapbooking projects. (That’s projects that are intentionally long term, not projects that are long term because they are just unfinished like so many of mine!)
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Picks of the Week
- Cathy Zielske’s Blog Post on Project Life
- Russell and Hazel – One Day at a Time Notebook
- Little Yellow Bicycle Double Sided Decorative Edge Cardstock
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