Paperclipping Roundtable #104: On Blogging & Scrapbooking

This show we were joined on the panel by two amazing and successful bloggers – Ali Edwards and Elsie Larson – to talk about the relationship between blogging and creativity!

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3 Responses to Paperclipping Roundtable #104: On Blogging & Scrapbooking

  1. HeatherC March 7, 2012 at 9:00 am #

    Also posted this over at the Roundtable — but was at work yesterday ans saw that Michaels now carries a selection of 6×6 paper pads by My Minds Eye! They are $5.99 and you can use a 40% off coupon — yahoo! Cute designs — you should check them out — but then again you may already have them! 🙂

    • Nancy Nally March 8, 2012 at 10:17 am #

      Thanks for letting me know! You know I’m going to have to check those out! 🙂

  2. deb duty March 8, 2012 at 1:35 pm #

    Hi Nancy, I wanted to make sure you understand something about instagram in case you decide to join in at some point! You can take the picture with your regular camera app. Then you have the option of accessing your camera roll from within the instagram app. After you apply a filter to your photo, you will have both of them saved to your camera roll, the original version and the altered version. I use instagrams on my project life layouts along with my regular photos a lot. I thought at first it may bother me to have them all together, but I ended up liking the eclectic look even though I normally like clean and simple styles.

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