Paperclipping Roundtable #79: The Personality Episode

After a bit of time off for summer vacation, the Roundtable is back…and we dove right back in and got into deep personality analysis and talked about how our personality types affect our paper crafting. This episode will make you really think – and in honor of back-to-school time, there’s even homework for the audience!


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The Panel


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The Personality Test

Click here to take the Meyers-Briggs personality test we all took for this episode.

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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #79: The Personality Episode

  1. Marissa August 18, 2011 at 12:18 pm #

    I think Britta Swiderski would be a great person to have on the Roundtable. I found out about her through one of the Papertrey Ink radio podcasts and have been following her since then. For me, she falls into a niche that isn’t on here very often and that is a younger, single person from the Midwest with no children. It would be interesting for me to hear what she scrapbooks about, and her stamped cards and weekly videos are great! Thanks for asking for input! 🙂

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