Paperclipping Roundtable #74: Polka Dots with Buddhist Temples

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2 Responses to Paperclipping Roundtable #74: Polka Dots with Buddhist Temples

  1. Ruth July 4, 2011 at 2:00 am #

    Hi Nancy,
    I am half way through this episode and just wanted to leave you a quick comment about the mail this week. You mentioned that you mostly just put your layouts away based on when they were scrapped and mentioned some of the reasons you like this. I wanted to say thanks for your honesty and how real you are. I put my layouts away after scrapping them because when I tried to do it any other way i just ended up with a pile of layouts not put in albums yet (cos they needed sorting or a new album or something else). I was feeling the typical guilt of not doing it quite right… and hearing you lay claim to the practice, with pride no less, made me happy.
    You make me feel one of the crowd when you talk about how you do things and it is just like me. Scrapping space that often gets left unused because i am moving into the family space – me too! You said recently (in the scrapworthy lives episode i think) that mainstream scrapper might be horrified at what you do and dont scrapbook. Well I guess I’m not mainstream, but I love the real life that you and Noell comfortably share with everyone, makes me feel like the way I’m doing it might just be ok. 🙂

  2. Heather D July 6, 2011 at 4:55 pm #

    I just had to pause while listening to comment about how and why I started scrapbooking. I didn’t start scrapbooking until after my kids were born, but it wasn’t so much to capture their lives, although I try to do that, but to tell my story and as many as my family’s stories as I could remember, because too many had already been lost. Well that, and as a selfish stamper I wanted to keep the pretty things I was making instead of mailing them away 😉
    There are so many reasons to scrapbook. Documenting your kids’ lives is just a very small part of it.
    Anyone who implies that that is the only valid thing to scrapbook has a very narrow approach to life. I feel sorry for them.

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