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Paperclipping Roundtable #118: Not A Themey Person

Tami Morrison joined the panel this week for a discussion of one of the best parts of summer: vacation scrapbooking!

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Special thanks to Kelly Purkey for setting aside time for the show as well even though we had technical issues with her audio and were unable to record with her. We will be sure to get her on the show again soon!

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2 Responses to Paperclipping Roundtable #118: Not A Themey Person

  1. Dawn Cheshire June 14, 2012 at 4:26 pm #

    I found myself shouting at the laptop today whilst listening to the show.
    The simple stories album you were talking about is called mix & match ad is 6×8 in size. It has page protectors with different combinations and different sized pockets and memorabilia pockets and journalling inserts!
    I’ve always planned to take a mini book with my on holiday each year to include memorabilia and other stuff and then add photos when I return except it’s never happened yet! I take the book with me but it never ends up complete. Will have to decide whats the plan this year!

  2. Kerryanne Reddy June 20, 2012 at 11:07 am #

    Hello: all my many thousand photos are on my computer and hard drive!
    I’d love to put them say 5K or all if iPad will hold em? at a time onto my iPad
    So that I can delete duplicates and begin to categorize photos so I can make
    several I dunno chronological or themed photo books!
    Help! Can this be done?
    Sorry if this is in the wrong place to ask this question
    But I’m a bit computer illiterate!!
    Thanks a million!

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