This week we’re talking about scrapbooking people we’ve lost…
Technical difficulties prevented us from being able to record the show this week.
We apologize if you’ve been hitting the refresh button on your iTunes account. We had the show and the guests all ready, but a temporary bandwidth problem prevented the guests voices from coming through. We will be back on our regular schedule next week!
Thank you for your patience.
A Season of Scraproom Organization Videos:
Do you love content about organizing for scrapbooking?
What about scraproom video tours?
Whenever I watch videos of people’s scraprooms I always wish I could look in the drawers and containers and see how it all works, down to the little details.
I want to see them use their space and know how it helps the actual process of scrapbooking.
Doesn’t this sound like a dream?
No single video really has time for that kind of detail.
Plus, a good quality video with that kind of detail is not easy to shoot.
It requires a level of expertise…
Wait!…expertise that the producers of Paperclipping have.
Yeah, that’s right.
We are starting a season of videos that combine scraproom tours with organization help and a view of the process of using the organized space for easier, faster, and more inspired scrapbooking.
My room is not quite ready for a general overview tour.
When we do that video, we will share it for free for anyone to see.
All the rest — the ones that really dig into the drawers and containers and the process — will be Paperclipping Member videos.
In fact, the first one is already waiting for you!
We added it to the Member’s Area on Saturday.
We’ll continue to add two more every month and, for this season, with a special focus on up-close and
extra-personal organization and process.
I cannot wait for you to watch the first one.
Click here to learn about a Paperclipping Membership so you can see all the videos and be a part of the detailed tours of my scraproom.
Do you have a journaling problem?
Is it hard for you to find and/or tell the story?
Here’s a fun and easy way to share a lot of good details about your life without having to think or try very hard at all…
Whip out a Top Ten list.
Don’t think hard about it.
Each item doesn’t have to truly be your top ten favorite things in all the world.
The idea is to jot down ten things that you’re enjoying right now.
You can do this again and again. A few years from now you’ll have lots of, “Oh yeah!” moments as you remember little everyday details that ended up being a phase that came and went.
- Are you into wearing peach lately?
- Are you obsessed with the Into the Woods soundtrack?
- Are you in love with the new Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore?
- Are you prepping for a big Super Bowl party this weekend?
Those might be your current top ten.
In another month or two you’ll have a whole new list of things you’re enjoying.
A year or two from now you’ll be surprised by how much this little list says about you and your family.
Want some fun layout ideas? I put together two pages — one with a top ten list I made a few weeks ago, and another with a list I made way back in 2006!
I put both layouts together on video in the newest Paperclipping episode.
Click here if you want to know how to get this video.
Paperclipping Members will find the tutorial in the Member’s Area and on iTunes.
After the first, and then the second blooper for the very first two CHA videos, Tim Holtz made a lovely suggestion…that we share the bloopers with you. After all, we are all about being authentic.
So here it is, a blooper reel for your entertainment. At my expense, of course. :)
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