Paperclipping Roundtable #67: Library of Freedom

Stacy Julian joined the Roundtable this week to talk about her upcoming Photo Freedom class (which was called in previous years Library of Memories). Based on the content in her Photo Freedom book, she explained the philosophy behind using her popular system of organizing photos for greater scrapbook creativity and productivity.

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Picks of the Week

In case you missed them –

Paperclipping Roundtable #66: Thinking Inside the Box – Jess Forster, Molly McCarthy, Angie Lucas and Noell talk about taking your scrapping on the road to crops and other events.

Paperclipping Roundtable #65: As You Wish – Noell and I talked about scrapbookers’ hopes and dreams with Ana Cabrera.


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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #67: Library of Freedom

  1. Kim May 18, 2011 at 7:45 am #

    Would love to take Stacy Julian Photo Freedom Class. I have old pictures for my genealogy and then I have pictures of my girls years growing up. But the pictures are not like the ones like today. I love scrap booking, I can do a layouts with out pictures. I find it very frustrating to try and find the pictures to go with the layout. I am in the midst of organizing my craft room but I am dreading organizing my photos. I have tried several times to try and organized my pictures but it is too much. One way or another I will be taking this class. Thanks for sharing.

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