Who would you enjoy hearing from on the subject of everyday scrapbooking?

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NoellHyman
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Posted: 3/4/2013 9:27:06 AM
Joanne - I know what you're saying! It's the job of a creative design team member to show off product, so I understand it. But those of us not on a design team can get into trouble if we're looking at those layouts as models for how we want to scrap! That's a whole lot of product and money on one page!


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Posted: 3/4/2013 10:13:15 AM
I really this thread. I've found a lot of scrapbookers I hadn't heard of before.


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Posted: 3/4/2013 11:17:40 AM
As a mom of a tween and a teen, I've been following Scrappers that are able to capture the daily lives of their kids without the help of a lawyer, a tranquilizer gun, camouflage, and/or bribery:

Cathy Zielski
Deb Duty
Michelle Wooderson
Marie Lottermoser


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Posted: 3/4/2013 11:40:25 AM
Besty Sammarco would be another great choice.


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Posted: 3/4/2013 11:54:37 AM
Noell did a childless episode. I do not remember the name but I was really good.



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Posted: 3/4/2013 12:16:53 PM
Well, I have 5 little ones, but I'm really interested in seeing more without children and more "art" like mixed media (even stuff without using pics). I am just OBSESSED with Anna-Maria Wolniak and Wilna Ferstenburg!


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Posted: 3/4/2013 12:19:17 PM
I vote Mercy Tiara! Love watching her process videos and getting ideas from her.


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Posted: 3/9/2013 6:55:24 AM
Another vote for MercyTiara. Her YouTube videos are my fave.

Also, Drew Scott - he's a lot of fun, I think he'd be a fun guest, and I love the teenaged male perspective, having one myself (a teenaged son, that is).

Kirsty Smith at Journal of Curious Things - just discovered her yesterday, I think she has a great focus on storytelling and would be awesome to listen to. She just started her own podcast, too.

I think Jen Gallacher would be interesting to listen to, and has a deeper perspective on why it's important to document the every day.




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Posted: 3/9/2013 8:34:48 AM
I have another suggestion. How about someone who has special needs kids/teens? Sometimes our "everyday" is quite different from "the norm." I know Nancy Nally and Ali Edwards have touched on this a bit, but it would be great to hear from others too, especially parents of older kids. (How about an entire show on this topic?)



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Posted: 3/9/2013 12:36:24 PM
I love to see what is trending in other countries. How about an international show?

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Posted: 3/9/2013 4:23:02 PM

I would also love to hear from Jen Gallacher, Nancy Damiano, or Lynn Ghahary. Love their style and would love to hear how they get their ideas for their everyday layouts.


These are some of my favorites too. They do have such great ideas for capturing the little things with their kids.

Nichol Magiourk is still around and still scrapping and making her beautiful cards. Just have to check her blog.

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Posted: 3/9/2013 9:11:48 PM
I have to ditto the recs for Cathy Zielske, Heidi Swapp, Shimelle, and your other frequent guests, but what about Melissa Stinson? She doesn't have kids, and judging from her blog and layouts, she seems to have a good sense of humor.

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Posted: 3/9/2013 9:48:33 PM
I would enjoy hearing photography tips from scrapbookers/photographers, Karen Russell, Maggie Holmes, etc. Quick tips, actions they use, anything to help with photography.


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Posted: 3/10/2013 1:47:16 AM
I love the idea of the special needs parents show, as a Mum in that situation too, I would love to hear other peoples perspective. IT is something I find hard to share both in scrapbooks and online in general, a difficult topic to talk about often.

For suggestions for this show, can I suggest ScrappyJedi, Melissa Stinson, who does heaps of everyday scrapping on regular layouts and has no kids. She has been on before and is a fun guest.

Marcy Penner is all about the everyday too, and she hasnt been on the show before. She has kids, but so do lots of us, so you might want a mix on the show?

Another suggestion would be Geralyn Sy, she is a student and seems to scrap a lot of everyday without heaps of travel.

PS heaps of awesome people mentioned so far.

For empty nesters, what about Margie Aslett Romney or Debbie Sanders from Scrapbook Generations who makes the awesome sketch books with Allison Davis, both have girls are all grown up and working with them.

Another idea for an everyday scrapper is Laura Kurz, she has such a unique style and would be a great person to hear on the show.


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Posted: 3/10/2013 1:49:40 AM
@[Karen] You were asking for photography tips, in case you didnt realise, there have been several excellent episodes on this in the past, KAtie Scott has an awesome summary on her blog here:
http://www.kissandtellscrapbooking.com/my_weblog/2012/08/paperclipping-roundtable-link-list-for-photography-podcasts.html that should help you find some you might enjoy


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Posted: 3/10/2013 11:17:34 AM
Yay -- so excited to see some empty nesters recommended here! Thank you so much to those of you who came up with some. It's too late for this episode, but we can do this topic again with other people!

As for some of the other topic suggestions --

International -- somebody wonderful in Asia is helping me put together a show of Asian scrapbookers (who live in Asia, not the US). Can't tell you how excited I am to do this topic!!!

Special Needs children and scrapbooking -- this has been requested by others and I do want to do this topic. I was thinking of having Nancy and Ali on, but didn't realize Melissa Stinson is also in this situation and we'd love to have her back on the show.

Ali's child is the oldest special needs child of a scrapbooker that I know of, so if anyone can come up with a scrapbooker who has an older one, please share!!

The Peas are awesome -- thanks so much you guys!!! I'll be coming here more often for this kind of help!


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Posted: 3/10/2013 8:48:08 PM
Noell, you have PeaMail.



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Posted: 3/10/2013 10:04:57 PM
I would like to here about more "realistic" scrapping. I don't have all the latest. I am a stay at home mom on a budget. Sometimes it's hard to relate to the professionals that seem to have access to everything. For instance, some people call Kiwi Lane old-fashioned but their ideas are very budget friendly without the need for extras, but still pages that look super nice. They would be good guests.

I would also love to hear a show on sketches. How you use them, organize them, etc.

I do love the show!!


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Posted: 3/11/2013 2:09:06 AM
Noell - sorry I wasn't clear. Melissa would be good for the everyday episode.
I have ideas for the special needs show, it's a topic close to my heart! Let me double check when I get home from work, I have a a couple of terrific crafters in mind but can't remember how old their kids are now, I'll check and comeback


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Posted: 3/11/2013 3:05:51 AM
OK, Crafters who would be great for a topic about having special needs kids include
Lauren Meader - she has her own designing business now, and used to be on the Papertrey DT and has a teen daughter with special needs. She is very inspiring about this topic and seems very passionate about it.
http://laurenm.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/
Tara Whitney, who is more photographer thank scrapbooker I guess, I think she used to scrap in the past though, she has a teen daughter with special needs as well, and she is always full of insightful ideas, she would make an awesome guest too
http://tarawhitney.com
Shelley Haganman - She has an older special needs son (21), I dont know her as well as the others, I found her through the creative therapy site that Karen works at, she seems quite inspiring though, so I wanted to suggest her as well. (she owns the etsy store "a flair for buttons" too)
http://scrappergirl.typepad.com/


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Posted: 3/11/2013 3:07:24 AM
PS for Scrapbookers in asia:
What about Sasha Farina, she is in Singapore and she seems really awesome and fun!


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Posted: 3/11/2013 8:50:06 AM
Shimelle. I don't want to hear from anyone who only does kids layouts.


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Being a mom of a tween and teen, this seriously made me LOL:


As a mom of a tween and a teen, I've been following Scrappers that are able to capture the daily lives of their kids without the help of a lawyer, a tranquilizer gun, camouflage, and/or bribery:




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Posted: 3/19/2013 6:38:54 PM

Special Needs children and scrapbooking -- this has been requested by others and I do want to do this topic. I was thinking of having Nancy and Ali on, but didn't realize Melissa Stinson is also in this situation and we'd love to have her back on the show.

Ali's child is the oldest special needs child of a scrapbooker that I know of, so if anyone can come up with a scrapbooker who has an older one, please share!!

The Peas are awesome -- thanks so much you guys!!! I'll be coming here more often for this kind of help!



Noell, it was just awesome being on the Roundtable today! I really enjoyed discussing the topic of scrapbooking special needs children with you, Ali, and Izzy. You all made me feel very relaxed and comfortable. Thanks so much for covering such a wide variety of topics on the Table.



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Posted: 3/19/2013 8:27:55 PM
You made a great guest, Janny, I am just listening to it now.


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Posted: 3/20/2013 12:19:37 PM
Wonderful episode!

If you do another photography episode, I would also recommend Kathrine Kennedy.

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Posted: 3/20/2013 12:42:23 PM
Thanks, ladies. I really enjoyed it. I'm glad you both liked the show. It was a very good topic, and Noell and Izzy really know the questions to ask. Ali is very easy to converse with too.



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Posted: 3/20/2013 2:25:10 PM
Looking forward to Izzy's new scrapbook line! :lol:

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Posted: 3/20/2013 6:52:58 PM
Really enjoyed the past two episodes! Love mercytiara so that was great hearing from her. I don't have special needs children but I still got a lot out of this weeks episode. It reminds me to celebrate every part of my children! Thanks Noelle and Izzy for making such quality programming!
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