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Paperclipping Roundtable #33: Uninterpreted Bits

What types of memorabilia do you collect/save/incorporate into your memory-keeping and scrapbooking? What kinds of items make it over other items? How do you actually use the memorabilia?

All this and more on this installment of the Paperclipping Roundtable!

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Paperclipping Roundtable #13: Taking It Beyond The Page

I had to miss Paperclipping Roundtable this week because I was traveling for a speaking engagement, but just because I missed it doesn’t mean you have to!

Episode #13 featured Izzy & Noell Hyman, Claudine Hellmuth, Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, and Lain Ehmann.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #12: Heart on Fire, Brain on Ice

Paperclipping Roundtable #12 was all about balancing scrapbooking for our families versus ourselves! This week’s panel consisted of Noell Hyman, Stacy Julian, Steph from The Daily Digi, and me (along with our resident non-scrapper Izzy).

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Here’s video that was taken with the Canon 5D Mark II camera that Izzy talked about:

Here’s the layout that I mentioned that uses the Tim Holtz paper pack and the Graphically Speaking cartridge:

Supply List: Paper – Tim Holtz Vintage Shabby Paper Pack, Marcella by Kay (Sophie); Punch – EK Success (Binding Edge); Ink – Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Pumice Stone); Spray Ink – Clearsnap Smooch Spritz (Vanilla Shimmer); Sticker – Grand Adhesions by K & Co (Hopscotch); Jewel – Prima; Flower – Prima Tea Roses (Peach Frost); Decorative Tape – Making Memories; Ribbon – unknown; Die Cut – Cricut (Graphically Speaking).

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Introducing Paperclipping Roundtable!

It’s time to share the new Paperclipping Roundtable with the world!

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We’ve made a few changes from the previous Paperclipping Newsbreak show. As the name suggests, the show each week will now be a panel discussion similar to the one we taped at CHA-Summer in Orlando. That episode was incredibly popular with our fans (and incredibly fun to tape) so we hope that everyone will love the new format.

Noell Hyman and I will be on the panel each week. A third panelist slot will rotate between Ana Cabrera, Lain Ehmann and Angie Lucas (and probably a fourth person to be named later). Then each week we will also welcome a guest for an interview segment.

Unfortunately, due to the technical difficulty of taping all of these participants, the show taping will no longer be able to be streamed live. But the audience will be able to continue to participate through the viewer mail segment and by submitting questions in advance for the interview segment.

The first episode is available now! It features our first guest Stacy Julian joining Noell, Ana and I for our discussion.

Stacy Julian is, of course, the co-founder of Big Picture Scrapbooking and the founding editor of Simple Scrapbooks magazine.

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We really hope that you’ll like what you hear and that you’ll show your support for the show by subscribing!

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