Paperclipping Roundtable #97: Yes, Yes and Yes

This week, the Roundtable is joined by Ali Edwards and Kristen Rutten to take on the term “memorykeeping” – its rising importance to the industry and its meaning.


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One Response to Paperclipping Roundtable #97: Yes, Yes and Yes

  1. Stephanie Vetne January 17, 2012 at 2:22 pm #

    Loved this week’s Project Life conversation! And thanks for the kind mention – I have been digital scrapbooking for 7 years now and have just recently gone back to my paper roots by using Project Life and I appreciate your mention of my blog. I’m doing my project as a hybrid project and am in love with such an easy, less-overwhelming way to create a paper scrapbooking album. Kudos to Becky Higgins for such a wonderful creation. But what I’m truly loving so far this year is all of the digital products that I’m seeing being created for either Project Life or Project 365-type products. Most of the major digital sites are producing coordinating products and I truly think that we’re seeing the digital and paper scrapbooking paper worlds meld together in a way that we haven’t seen before. It’s inspiring. 🙂

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