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Paperclipping Roundtable #73: Scrapworthy Lives

This week, Stephanie Medley-Rath joins the Roundtable to talk with us about the dissertation that she wrote about the sociology of scrapbooking. We were also joined by Stacy Julian, who of course has been an influential thought leader in the past decade of scrapbooking. (Really, the discussion is much less snooze-inducing than the word “dissertation” makes it sound – I promise!)

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Online TV Network ‘My Craft Channel’ Announced

An online craft tv network called My Craft Channel will be debuting on July 11th, according to an announcement made to Scrapbook Update by channel founder & president Kristine McKay.

My Craft Channel will consist of broadcast-quality streaming video delivered online via Flash. The company is also working on an iPad app to deliver its content to that device, since it is not Flash compatible. Starting on July 11th, the company will be launching a 20 day media blitz in conjunction with Northridge Publishing and Provo Craft, called 20 Cricuts in 20 Days, during which they will reveal all 20 shows that will be featured in their fall line-up.

The new network’s shows will include a wide range of crafts, including sewing,scrapbooking, DIY projects, mixed media, stamping, digital hybrid crafts, photography, and party planning. Most of the network’s planned 20 new shows per week will be filmed in a central studio for the Utah-based company, with a few done on location.

Scrapbook Update can exclusively reveal the first two shows in the My Craft Channel line-up. They will feature Stacy Julian and Teresa Collins, who are both creating 12 episode series for the channel. Julian’s show will be titled “Photo Freedom” and will be based on her book of the same name. Collins’ series will feature paper and home decor projects each week in Collins’ signature style.

My Craft Channel is searching for fresh talent to host segments and join panels on their shows. To be considered, post a video of yourself doing a project tutorial to YouTube and mention My Craft Channel in the video. Send the link of your video to My Craft Channel. Contact information is on the My Craft Channel blog.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #67: Library of Freedom

Stacy Julian joined the Roundtable this week to talk about her upcoming Photo Freedom class (which was called in previous years Library of Memories). Based on the content in her Photo Freedom book, she explained the philosophy behind using her popular system of organizing photos for greater scrapbook creativity and productivity.

[Editor's Note: please note this is last week's show and the contest winner has already been announced]

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In case you missed them –

Paperclipping Roundtable #66: Thinking Inside the Box - Jess Forster, Molly McCarthy, Angie Lucas and Noell talk about taking your scrapping on the road to crops and other events.

Paperclipping Roundtable #65: As You Wish – Noell and I talked about scrapbookers’ hopes and dreams with Ana Cabrera.



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Paperclipping Roundtable #64: Long Projects Chronicled

Elise Blaha and Stacy Julian sat in on the panel this week to talk about long-term scrapbooking projects. (That’s projects that are intentionally long term, not projects that are long term because they are just unfinished like so many of mine!)

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Paperclipping Roundtable #58: You Forget

For this week’s episode of Roundtable, we were joined by Stacy Julian for a discussion about how to record all the stories that make up our lives before they disappear into the ether that is our memory.

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Paperclipping Roundtable #55: Almost Live From CHA

Stacy Julian and Ana Cabrera joined us live at the Roundtable in Los Angeles to talk about what we saw on the floor at the CHA show. This may be the most informative and most crazy show we’ve ever done – at the same time!

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