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Update | 11.12.2012

Wow, the news has been coming fast and furious this past week! We’ve got a little bit of everything – including new products, a big sale, a design team call, and a big industry retirement – to talk about.

(And did you notice the new name? Noteworthy is now “Update”!)

In case you missed our big announcement last week, Nally Studios is the new owner of Craft Critique, the craft industry’s leading product review website. We have exciting plans for the website and hope that both existing Craft Critique readers and our Scrapbook Update audience will like what they see as we grow the site.

Digital diva Renee Pearson is having a creative team call for 2013 for her online education website. Creative team members will gain free access to classes and workshops, and participate in creating layouts, photographs and projects to be used as class samples. They will also be expected to take part in promotional activities via blogs, social media and other venues. Deadline for applications is November 20th. Continue Reading →

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Paperclipping Roundtable #98: Hoard Them On Your Hard Drive

This week the Roundtable is going digital, and we are getting digital divas Katie Pertiet and Renee Pearson to tell us what is the latest and greatest in the tech-y side of scrapbooking!

Important – We need more listener voicemails for our 99th episode! Please take a moment to call and leave us a voicemail. Here’s the number: 1-888-363-8250

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Paperclipping Roundtable #43: A Look At Different Scrapbooking Styles

We were joined at the table this episode by two ladies with wonderfully distinct scrapbooking styles, Renee Pearson and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer. Which was appropriate…since the discussion was all about style, and where we get ours from!

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The Panel

Sponsors:

Graffiti of My Life – Art Journaling with Dina Wakely from GetItScrapped.com: Click here for the course information, and make sure you use coupon code dwgoml4prt at checkout.

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Picks of the Week

Disclosure

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Paperclipping Roundtable #8: Tools & Lain, Are You There?

Paperclipping Roundtable episode #8 is available for download! This week the panel consisted of me, Noell Hyman, Lain Ehmann, and Renee Pearson, and we talked all about our favorite (and least favorite) tools!

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The Contest

We announced in the show that we’re starting a contest. The prize is a chance for you to be on the Paperclipping Roundtable as a guest panelist. Wouldn’t that be fun?

Here’s how to enter (this is available to anyone):

1. Write your own opinion about a topic we’ve discussed in any episode of the Paperclipping Roundtable and post it online somewhere. This could be on your blog or in a forum. (Make sure you link back to the Papercliping Roundtable episode that had the topic you’re discussing to ensure you qualify.) Note: while we like reading reviews about the show help us to improve it, we are not looking for reviews of the show for this contest.

2. Add a comment on this blog post letting us know you wrote about the Roundtable, and include a link to what you wrote — so we can see it.

3. Wait for us to select our favorite reviews and choose someone to be on the show.

It’s that easy. We can’t wait to read what you write. And we’re thrilled to have one of you on the show with us!

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