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Big Picture Classes Acquires Ella Publishing

Big Picture Classes announced today that it has acquired ebook publisher Ella Publishing Co..

Ella Publishing was founded in 2009 by former Simple Scrapbooks magazine personalities Lain Ehmann and Angie Lucas. Co-founder/CEO Lain Ehmann departed the company in January 2010 and was replaced as CEO by Co-founder Angie Lucas. Former Simple Scrapbooks staffer Wendy Smedley stepped into a management role at that time as well. Ella Publishing’s library of offerings currently includes 32 ebook titles on scrapbooking and photography, by such well-known industry figures as Stacy Julian, Renee Pearson, Rebecca Cooper, Courtney Walsh and Elizabeth Dillow. Former Simple Scrapbooks graphic designer and personality Cathy Zielske is responsible for the signature “clean and simple” graphic look of Ella Publishing’s line of titles.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #106: Scrapbook Procrastination

We finally couldn’t put it off any more….and decided to bring you a show all about procrastination! May Flaum and Angie Lucas joined the panel to talk about how we can put off doing something that we enjoy so much – and why.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #100: CHA, Baby!

Our 100th show happened this week at CHA, and we had an all-star panel of Ali Edwards, Stacy Julian, and Angie Lucas join us (along with a cameo from Shimelle Laine) for the event to discuss what was the latest and greatest in scrapbooking at CHA Winter 2012.

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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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Paperclipping Roundtable #71: For Big Scrapbooking Projects (And Grocery Lists)

This time around, the Roundtable was joined by Angie Lucas and Scrapbook Update’s own Melissa Stinson to talk about how to tackle planning for large scrapbooking projects (and because it wouldn’t be the Roundtable without a rabbit hole or two, we threw in a few grocery shopping tips while we were at it).

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Ella Publishing: Purchase four $10 gift certificates and save 15% through June 30th! Click here to view more details and the coupon code.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #57: The Closet Trendsetter

[Note: Today you get a Roundtable two-fer! This is last week's episode. This week's episode will be posted later this evening!]

This episode, I led a discussion about whether the role of albums was changing in scrapbooking. Wendy Smedley and Angie Lucas joined Noell, Izzy and I at the table to delve into all our volumes of opinions about albums!

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