We get emails like this from time to time and I was just feeling like I wanted to share this one. I appreciate such kind words…
Firstly, you should know that I only have one subscription online, and that is to Paperclipping…
…Noell has a wonderful way of giving substantial instructions to whatever she is demonstrating. She does it in a way that makes me feel as if she is in my craft room with me. Her voice is natural and calm. She does not repeat the same words over and over.
I thoroughly enjoy every video. The information is clear and the products she uses are often recycled or inexpensive. I have watched many videos in the past, but none that are as informative.
Please pass on my sincere thanks to your lovely wife, and tell her to keep doing what she is doing! I love to watch and learn! Congratulations on a job so very well done!
Thank you, Grace, and all of you others who make us feel very good about what we do.
CLICK HERE to learn about our video tutorials and the Paperclipping. Maybe you’ll agree with Grace! :)
Ever have a hard time finding the embellishments that match your paper choices AND your story?
We’re looking for two regular scrapbookers who don’t have a scraproom!
Do you scrapbook out of a closet? At the kitchen table? In the living room? At crops?
Do you ever cringe while someone looks through one of your scrapbooks because it’s not quite finished?
Do you find yourself making explanations about what is or isn’t in the album?
“Oh — that ugly thing is the back of a page. I still need to put a layout there.”
Would you love to hand someone a finished scrapbook in full smiles and confidence with no explanations or apologies?
Then play along with me and finish an album this month! I’m not talking about starting a whole new one and finishing it within a month. I’m talking about taking one that is pretty darn close, and completing it so it is totally viewer-ready.
I have a month of blog articles and video tutorials planned to help us along. You’ll see my own album ugghlies and what I do to pretty them up and make my scrapbook complete!
But I don’t want to do it by myself. I hope you’ll join me!
We start tomorrow with our first tasks. Be sure to come back so we can get going. If you work on multiple albums at once and you’re feeling motivated right now, you can choose which album you’ll focus on completing to be ready to start with the first tasks tomorrow.
See you then!
ETA: Our month is done, but you can still join us as your own page. Start at the first link and I’ll lead you from post to post to the end of our adventure:
Finish a Scrapbook Album in Less than 30 Days
Complete an Everyday Life Scrapbook
Do Scrapbooking Page Titles Really Matter?
How Story Can Make Your Scrapbook a Page-Turner
Scrapbooking 12×12 and 6×12 Two Page Layouts
Paperclipping Play Along: Did you Finish Your Scrapbook Album?
P.S.> Thanks for playing along! We’re going to have so much fun paperclipping this month!
While you wait for this week’s Roundtable episode, maybe you’d like something else that’s similar to listen to?
Every year Ranger holds a designer challenge where they give the artists and designers a handful of supplies and restrictions and challenge them to make something. In this video you’ll see gorgeous artwork from Anna Dabrowska, Tim Holtz, Dyan Reavely, Mackie Mulane, Kaz Hall, Jim R. Hankins — “the Gentleman Crafter” and more.
Which one’s your favorite?
See a demo from Julie Fei-Fan Balzer at CHA 2013. She shows some fun easy ways to layer with stencils.