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In the Pocket Talk podcast, Jess Forster interviews pocket page scrapbookers from around the world about their creative process. Designed to educate and inspire, Pocket Talk answers basic questions about how others complete their layouts.
Rank #1: Episode 33 - The Scrap Gals.
On today's show, Jess speaks with the fun and fabulous Tracie Claiborne and Tiffany Lowder aka The Scrap Gals. Living in Nashville TN and Bowling Green KY, these close friends have been creating scrapbooking podcasts for the past three years. In addition to inspiring conversations in their online creative group, they also host in person retreats with Crafty Jen Schow. This a fun cross over conversation where we chat about the logistics of taping an audio show, the secret to Tracie and Tiffany's friendship, what co host is the most organized and what is making them creatively happy right now. Enjoy the show!
Rank #2: Episode 32 : Cathy Zielske.
On today’s show, Jess speaks with scrapbook design guru, Cathy Zielske. Living in St Paul Minnoesta, with her husband Dan, daughter Aiden and son Cole, Cathy has been creating clean and simple layouts for more than a decade and has two books to prove it! Cathy has also been working behind the scenes in the scrapbook industry: first as Creative Director for Simple Scrapbooks magazine and currently as Art Director for Scrapbook and Cards Today. In our conversation, Cathy shares her motivation for updating her newest class, Design Your Life 2.0, shares how Stacy Julian impacted her teaching style and why card making is currently making her happy. Enjoy the show! Cathy's Digital Projects Cathy's Simon Says Stamp Products
Everyone has a story. Hear how people passionate about memory keeping record those stories through scrapbooking, blogging, journals and more. We dig into the motivations for memory-keeping, the rewards of it, as well as those little details like where, where, and how memory keepers present and preverve their life stories.
Rank #1: TMKL 017 | Jana Morton and Digital Photo Techniques.
Jana Morton talks about how she uses Photoshop and digital techniques for stunning Photo effects and scrapbook pages.
Rank #2: TMKL 020 Conversation with Scrapbooker Christy Stricker.
Christy Strickler talks about "her scrapbook evolution," how her scrapbooking and video game play are companion obsessions, her approach to learning with online craft classes, and her movement onto design teams and teaching her own classes.
An informal discussion between people who love scrapbooking and the scrapbooking industry.
Rank #1: PRT093: A Vintage Scrapbook Story.
What happens if someone writes a novel, but instead of it being a regular novel, the story is told in the form of a vintage scrapbook? Our special guest, author Caroline Preston wrote “The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt” and come listen as we talk to her about her unique novel. This is her book: The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt: A Novel in Pictures You can use this audio player to listen to the show: If you want, you can also right click this link to save the show to your computer manually. The Panel Caroline Preston Nancy Nally Noell Hyman Sponsors Log Your Memory: Click Her to visit their website and make sure you use the coupon code PRTCOMBO10 to get your 10% discount off the combo package. (Expires 12/31/2011) Big Picture Classes: Click here to see special offers from Big Picture Classes! SPECIAL OFFER FOR PRT LISTENERS!! – 10% off Stacy Julian’s new workshop: Twelve. Important: Please support the show when you use your discount by using this link to head over to Big Picture Classes. You can find Stacy’s class description and register by clicking: Online Classes > Workshops. Thank you! Promo code: prttwelve Expires January 5th, 2012 at 10pm PT. Can not be combined with any other offer. Discount only valid for the Twelve workshop. Not valid on previous purchases. One time use per-person. Picks of the Week Hero Arts – Stunning Snowflakes Itoya Art Profolio Evolution Prima – Crystal Palace Collection – Vine Embellishments – Star Burst (Affiliate links wherever possible.) How to subscribe… Did you know that when you subscribe in iTunes (which is free), you’re helping support Paperclipping Roundtable? It’s true. iTunes measures every subscription, so it’s like casting a “vote” for the show. It helps us move up the ranks and helps us grow the audience. iTunes is free. Subscribing is free, so why not use it to download the show? Subscribe in iTunes (iTunes link) right now so your computer will automatically download each new episode as they become available. Or you can always manually subscribe to the Paperclipping Roundtable RSS Feed.
Rank #2: PRT061: Access Your Creativity.
Do you have routines that help you feel more creative? Come listen to our discussion all about our different modes of creativity… The Panel * Tami Morrison * Ana Cabrera * Nancy Nally * Noell Hyman
Join The Reset Girl, Cori Spieker, and Tracie Claiborne, for a weekly inspirational chat about faith and falling in love with Jesus.
Rank #1: 24 - 16 Awesome Resources for Your Faithful Life.
This week, we're sharing our favorite resources to live a faithful life. Tracie's List: 1. The Secret Power of Speaking God's Word by Joyce Meyer 2. Christ Church Nashville Online Cori's List: BibleStudyTools.com: Awesome resource for reading and studying the Word. Compare versions, devotionals, encyclopedias, word studies, Bible trivia and more. BibleBuyingGuide.com: Favorite place for Bible reviews, comparisons, shopping for Bibles. She Reads Truth: Bible studies read as a community. Revive Our Hearts: Calling women to freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness in Christ. Podcast, blog, books and conferences. They have an app for their podcast #ReviveOurHearts. Their ministry makes it possible for women in other countries to access Bible resources in other languages. Illustrated Faith.com: The original bible journaling site. Workshops, guidance and inspiration plus links to their community for bible journaling. ArabahJoy.com: Inspiring newsletter, bible study tools, Biblical Goal setting, awesome freebies StoneSoupforFive.com: Kari Denker. Creator of the Journal and Doodle Bible Studies. Offers a free Ephesians Bible study on her blog. Bible studies are available as downloads and there are studies and coloring sheets for kids. Her prayer binder posts are inspiring. GoodMorningGirls.com: Community for bible reading/study. Group reading plans/studies. Really good tools to help you dig in to the Word. Free Bible Reading Plan. Crosswalk.com: daily devotions, (Bible Study Minute) TonyEvans.org: listen to his sermons, watch videos (Saved by Grace) HopefortheHeart.org: featuring speaker June Hunt, (radio call in program archives for Hope in the Night and Hope for the Heart), free resource library, encouragement for daily living/problems. IntentionalByGrace.com: Great resources for Christian living, Bible reading plan, free e-course, encouragement for going deeper with God. Homeschooling mom Leigh-Ann Dutton YouTube Channel Playlist. 16 short videos to inspire you and encourage your Christian walk. Love her voice and her message. KathrynShirey.com: Free resources and challenges to improve your prayer life. The Prayer Toolbox $10. Free email challenges, great newsletter. CreativeHomeKeeper.com: Creator of the Goals with Grace program, emphasis on homemaking, routines and planning for Christians. If you have any feedback or requests, please reach out to us at email@example.com. Did you know Cori hosts a group for women of faith? Join for free and participate in our monthly scripture writing challenge. Thanks for listening!
Rank #2: 14 - Catching Up.
This week, Cori gives us a recap on her experience ministering to a leadership group on a cruise and tells us about her upcoming camp experience later this year. We touch on various topics and have a chat about what's been going on with us. We'll back to our series next week! For more info on The Reset Girl events, visit https://www.theresetgirl.com/events/ If you have any feedback or requests please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Did you know Cori hosts a group for women of faith? Join for free and participate in our monthly scripture writing challenge.
Crafty Ass Female is a podcast dedicated to helping women embrace and use their power and creativity. We believe you are a capable BADASS, who already has all the tools you need to make beautiful things and make beautiful things happen. We’re just here to remind you.
Rank #1: Episode 24: A + K Interview Ali Edwards.
In this episode, Ali discusses details about how she got started in the paper crafting industry, the inspiration behind her new Story Planner line, and her Week in the Life™ project - taking place next week, starting Monday, May 7th through May 13th. The ladies also chat about social media in their Patreon exclusive ‘After Chatter’ show, where you can sign up to watch a video of them three chat it up!
Rank #2: Episode 84: Finding Your Artistic Voice w/ Lisa Congdon.
Lisa Congdon starts off by telling A + K about her “early mid-life crisis” and what her really intense desire to be creative manifested into. Lisa then goes into the greatest lesson writing her first book Art, Inc. taught her. Teaching is also a big part of Lisa Congdon’s creative life. She goes into what she loves about teaching and letting go of the preciousness of her work when teaching students how to “art” using her techniques. Lisa and the girls discuss copying vs. ‘being influenced by’, and how to embrace your own voice, ideas, and “wonkiness”. Amanda + Kristin pick Lisa’s brain about being personal & political, and using her voice/platform to talk about topics she cares about. The girls discuss putting out messages of self-love, worthiness, self-care and being an influencer vs. being an impacter.
Ideas + Inspiration + Support For Your Everyday Photography
Rank #1: That Time I Wanted To Quit | CY365 Podcast Episode #25.
Right click on Download to save to your computer. Available on iTunes. Sponsored By The RETURN TOUR of Your Life Captured Through The Lens. Class starts June 15th! Notes From The Show Timehop App What Does 365 Mean To You? The video from the day we launched CY365 What It Means To Be An Everyday Photographer David DuChemin, The Created Image Video The Place of Craft | David Duchemin blog post Daily Rituals: How Artists Work Can you relate? Have you lived through your own epic funk? Share in the comments below.
Rank #2: Meet The Creative Team: Carol Elliott | CY365 Podcast Episode #26.
Right click on Download to save to your computer. Available on iTunes. Sponsored By The RETURN TOUR of Your Life Captured Through The Lens. It’s not too late to join! Register before it’s gone FOREVER. (For REAL this time!) Notes From The Show The Mick-A-Matic Camera that started Carol’s photographic journey. Carol’s Black Coffee | White Cup Carol’s Flickr Stream Black dog photo tips: Shoot in the shade Spot meter right between her eyes Use Mr. Green Jeans if it’s really green Use whatever the dog likes Blurb Photo Books Cathy Zielske Design Anna Aspnes CY365 Flickr Group Do you love Carol’s photos and writing? Has she helped you learn more about photography? Share in the comments below.
Learn to live a creative lifestyle, tell your story and explore your world through conversations with artists, adventurers, and people creating good in the world.
Rank #1: Ep 225 Bringing Your Vision To Life.
Do you have a PERFECT vision in your mind of what your artwork should look like? Are your crippled by fear because the real life translation of it might not match up? Today Lauren is walking you through how to work past that fear and start bringing your creative visions to life. Sign up for the newsletter here for more helpful creative essays each week.Add your voice to the conversation using the tag #howshecreates and by following me on instagram @laurenlikesblog. If you love the show + creativity, please leave a review on iTunes!For full shownotes visit http://www.lauren-likes.com/how-she-creates-ep-225-bringing-your-vision-to-life/
Rank #2: Morning Routines with Megan Dowd Ep 309.
Striving to create the most perfect morning routine? In this interview, Megan Dowd explains how she allowed her creativity to expand by making her OWN rules. Megan explains how you don’t have to be up before 5 AM every morning to be successful. Rather, she highlights the importance of not changing everything about your life at one time and listening to the needs of your body. Whether its brushing your teeth every morning or going for a jog, Megan encourages you to feel accomplished for achieving even the most seemingly simple tasks. 21 Secrets Course launches July 9: http://www.lauren-likes.com/21secretsTravel Journals are on sale through June 30: http://www.lauren-likes.com/journalSign up for the newsletter to get more info about the retreat: http://www.lauren-likes.com/newsletterFor shownotes, links and to connect with our guest visit: http://www.lauren-likes.com/how-she-creates-ep-309-megan-morning-routine/
Making scrapbooking fun, fast and fabulous
Rank #1: Ep 108: Scrap Different with Layout a Day – Stamp Me Up, Baby!.
Welcome back to Layout a Day! The best part of True Scrap is getting to work with fabulous people, whether it’s our amazing students or our incredible instructors. And after being in the scrapbooking industry for over a decade, connecting with another “long-timer” is especially wonderful for me. This is Bev Kramlich-Grey’s second appearance at a True Scrap event (she taught at True Stamp in March) and I am thrilled to work with her again! It’s always fun to compare notes on the weather, the latest and greatest trends in scrapbooking (apparently, cardstock is passe! Who knew?!), and just connect. Listen in as we chat about the latest and greatest from Technique Tuesday, and what you can see in Bev’s class at True Scrap 5, “Stamps, Dies and Punches – Oh My!”You’re going to love this discussion of photography, technology, and the merging of the two.LAST CHANCE to sign up for True Scrap 5 and save $50 with code LUCKY50. This discount expires TONIGHT at midnight!Links in today’s episode:True Scrap 5True Scrap 5 Two-Pay OptionTechnique TuesdayStay tuned for more True Scrap featured interviews before the big event on October 11-12!
Rank #2: Ep 109: Scrap Different with Layout a Day – Make a Joyful Noise!.
Do you sing in the car? Sing in the shower? Sing to your kids? All of the above? Well, if you’re a frustrated American Idol, then Monica Bradford’s True Scrap 5 class is going to be right up your alley. In “Greatest Hits: The Music of Your Life” she shares fun and inventive tips for letting your favorite tunes guide your memory-keeping! In today’s podcast interview, she tells us about making the transition from True Scrap student to instructor, and also shares some hints about what might be included in her True Scrap 5 class.Links in today’s episode:True Scrap 5True Scrap 5 Two-Pay OptionMonica’s BlogStay tuned for more True Scrap featured interviews before the big event on October 11-12!
Inspiration, tips and tricks for documenting your Disney memories.
Rank #1: Episode 13: Oh Snap Gonzo.
This week, I'm chatting with fellow podcaster, Sandra Gonzales, about her upcoming trip to Disney and how she'll document it. After our chat, she made a page I suggested so be sure to check that out at magicmemorykeepers.com!
Rank #2: Episode 11: From a Kid's Point of View.
Due to some technical difficulties, this week, I have a special guest on for a quick chat and to announce the winner of the "My Favorite Things" giveaway. MMK will be back next week with a full length show.
Weekly podcast all about digital scrapbooking and using technology to document memories.
Rank #1: TDS120 Memory Keeping On The Go.
Chari from Persnickety Prints joins the panel to discuss apps and tools we use to help document on the go. We also share a little in the mail section about podcasts we are listening to. Go ahead and have a chuckle as Steph's podcasting pet peeve comes back to haunt her. It's pretty ironic!
Rank #2: TDS118 Are They Geeky Enough?.
Join Just Jaimee, Jennifer Wilson and the Digi Show gang on this week's episode of The Digi Show, where they are talking about what digi scrappers should look for in a computer. Breaking it all down and making it easy to understand
The podcast that gives everyone permission to be an artist, and elevates the enormous benefits of regular people making stuff in daily life. Hosted by Amanda Wilder. Weekly updates, and fun surprises. A word of caution, listening while making something may cause happiness, creative freedom and possibly bouts of unfettered inspiration. Are you ready!
Rank #1: Creative Living with Brandi Kincaid.
Brandi Kincaid is an illustrator professionally and also an epic everyday artist. She includes a wide variety of genres in her own creative identity, including memory keeping, capturing words, sewing and her popular commonplace books in which she captures quotes, illustrations, pictures, and words that speak to her. Her work often speaks to the value of being an observer of “the good”, and the value of magnifying the the small details of life as a creative act of self care. In this episode, Brandi chats with me about her creative routines, the value of making for the sake of making and scratching the itch to create in order to keep some sense of balance. She talks about her previous One Little Word, grace, and creating with a sensitivity to the world around her. She shares how observation shapes her creative life, and how she uses single words to deepen her creative well. We also get her take on some previous episode themes like creating just for yourself as an act of self care, and the value of creative play that sometimes shows up for her in the form of “thrifting” and then making with found treasures. We talk about the positive results of creating just for the joy of it, without the pressure of expectation or approval. She also takes us into the history of her common place books and the uplifting practice of coming back to and reflecting on what you previously captured or created as a self care practice more rejuvenating than a bubble bath! Episode References (Google Doc Link) Episode Table of Contents (Google Docs Link) Hashtag CHALLENGE! Share your “Letter to Self” using the stories template or incorporate it into your own art/craft and share with #everydayartistmyletter
Rank #2: Crafty City Living With Tahziana Gordon.
This week we are chatting with everyday artist Tazhiana Gordon! A twenty something with a busy work/school life, living in Brooklyn, NYC, Tazhiana shares the value of her creative identity and the creative habits that keep her growing. Scroll down to listen. MORE SHOW NOTES TO COME!
Talking arting every other week.
Rank #1: 032: Jane Davies’ Collage Journey.
I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! Our guest today is Jane Davies. Jane is a full time artist working in collage, painting, and encaustic. She offers workshops at her studio and nationwide, focusing on helping people to find a personal and playful approach to art. Beginning as a potter in the early nineties, selling her colorful hand-painted ceramics at craft shows, Jane gradually transitioned into freelance art, designing tableware, fabric, paper goods, stationery, and other products, using painting and collage as her medium. For the past several years, Jane has put most of her efforts towards teaching, writing, and making art. You can find Jane online at Jane Davies Studios and purchase her work at Jane Davies Art Gallery. On the podcast we discuss teaching, abstract art, creating art in a series, Jane’s studio, and failure. We hope you’ll add your voice to the conversation by leaving a comment or a question! Thanks for stopping by! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.
Rank #2: 039: Jodi Ohl Paints.
I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast! Today’s guest is Jodi Ohl. Jodi Ohl is a self-taught mixed media artist, originally from Dunkirk, NY, who now resides in Aberdeen, NC. Having recently left her day job to pursue her artistic career full time, she is has built a body of work that is known for its distinctive texture, bold color combinations which are often whimsical or abstract compositions, as well as motivational in nature. Her art appeals to those that seem to be young at heart and who appreciate the positive side of life whether communicated through words, colors, or composition. Published in over 23 international mixed media magazines such as Cloth Paper Scissors, Somerset Studios, Artful Blogging, Artful Journaling, Somerset Holidays and Celebrations, and Cloth Paper Scissors Studios, as well as a contributor to five mixed media books. In 2014, Jodi’s painting, “It’s Not Complicated” (part of her Pod and Portals collection) was juried as one of the best of Mixed Media and featured in “Incite 2″ by Tonia Jenny of North Light Books. Jodi enjoys writing about her art and sharing the love of healing and motivation through creativity. She is represented by regional galleries in North Carolina and several others along the East Coast. In addition, Jodi is a popular mixed media art teacher online and in person, teaching at both large and small local and national workshops around the US. When not painting, she enjoys time with her two sons, Josh, 15and Zach, 21as well as other friends and family. Look for a new book written by the artist scheduled to be released by North Light Publications, in the latter part of 2016. Jodi welcomes visitors to her blog Sweet Repeats www.sweetrepeats.blogspot.com where you can find a full listing of classes, weekly musings, and additional artwork for sale. Find Jodi online: Website: www.jodiohl.com Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JodiOhl Blog: www.sweetrepeats.blogspot.com Instagram: jodiohl Twitter: JodiOhl Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jodiohl/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JodiOhl On the podcast we discuss teaching, working from home vs. a separate studio, painting in public, getting into galleries, that “no’s” are not really “no’s,” Yupo paper, and a bit about Jodi’s new DVDs (also available as instant downloads): Colorful Canvas Exploration, Graffiti Grunge Art, Expressive Watercolor on Yupo Painting Flowers, Yupo Exploration, Collage Characters, and Tandem Techniques. Be sure to leave us your comments and questions! We’d love to add your voice to the conversation! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.
We will be exploring and demystifying the crafting industry's greatest mysteries! From how to increase your sales, finding your card making style to getting out of your creative rut.
Rank #1: Bullet Journal with Helen Colebrook from Journal with Purpose.
Welcome to week 2 of our Planner Series! Today, we are talking with Helen Colebrook from Journal with Purpose and how she uses her Bullet Journal to plan her days. When I first found Helen on Instagram, I was completely enamored of her simple layout style, the way she combined work with home and her blog post on Using Your Bullet Journal to Get More of the Good Stuff Done. I have always wanted to use a bullet journal since the first time I saw a picture of my friend, Krys Salvetta using hers. After my interview with Helen, I am happy to report that I finally bought not one but TEN bullet journals, I am seriously addicted. During our interview with Helen, she takes us through what she loves about using a bullet journal for her planning, how she stays organized, tips and tricks and some of her favorites. SHOW NOTES The Bullet Journal is referred to as an "analog system for the digital age" by Ryder Carroll, the creator of the Bullet Journal. According to Helen, she loves its simplicity, because you can use it anyway you want. If you want to just use it for lists, keeping track of your schedule, using it as an art journal or a combination of all the above, the bullet journal is a true reflection of you. It's peaceful, not a chore. Helen Colebrook - Journal with Purpose Helen's System Check out how Helen uses her Bullet Journal with her Traveler's Notebook. Plus, her fabulous Tip-in card that she uses for her main goals for the week. Traveling Bullet Journal See the pictures of the Traveling Bullet Journal, the spreads from the people involved and where it is now. Traveling BuJo Updates You can also search for #thetravelingbujo on instagram. Helen's Favorites Favorite Pen - Staedtler Multi Pigment Liner Favorite Ways to Decorate - Washi Tape, Planner Stickers and doodling Favorite Use - Gratitude and Memory Pages Important Tips from Helen Use your last page in your Bujo as a pen test page to make sure it works nicely in your bullet journal. Recommended Supplies Rhodia Bullet Journal - Heavier paper and allows for more art journaling, watercoloring, Tombow Dual Brush Pens work GREAT! (Personally, I like the A5 size) Staedtler Pigment Liners - great for writing, but also for watercoloring and using with Tombows Links Referenced Using Your Bullet Journal to Get More of the Good Stuff Done Traveling BuJo Ryder Carroll Ninja Traveling Where to Find Helen and Journal With Purpose Blog Instagram YouTube Pinterest
Rank #2: Jessica Marie Design - Printable Planners.
Welcome back to Week 4 of our Planner Series with Jessica Marie Design. Jessica designs and creates Printable Planners that you can simply download and print or if you need something custom, she can design planner pages that work for you and your needs. I have been using Jessica for several years and she never fails to wow me with her ability to take what's in my head and make something invaluable for my planning needs. Plus, she shares with us a few of her planner hacks on how YOU can decide which planner is best for YOUR lifestyle. Special thanks to our sponsors: Quo Vadis and Paper Clip Planet
Podcast by Jessie McKinley
Rank #1: Episode 3: Dani Oldroyd.
Dani is a wife of 16 years and a mother to 4 kids ages 2 to 11. She has loved stories since she was young and fell in love with reading. She began learning about family history at a young age since her grandparents both worked doing Extractions (Indexing) as their church calling for 40 years. Her Grandma always had a family story to tell us kids growing up and for so long she thought many of her stories were just legends. She learned as she began doing Genealogy herself that they were true. She loves adding names to her family tree, but even more she loves finding stories behind those names. Those people lived and their stories became lost and she wants to find a story for each person that she can. She has learned faith, joy, forgiveness, patience, and love from her ancestors and their experiences. We all have a story to tell and in each story there is usually pain somewhere. We can all learn and grow from experiences in the past and present. Her motto @Roots2Blossoms is "From our Root
Rank #2: Episode 8: Allison Kimball.
Allison's awesome bio didn't make it in the final recording (so sorry!) but here it is. Basically, she's amazing!!Allison Kimball specializes in telling the stories around her. She is owner, writer, artist, and amateur photographer at allisonkimball.com. She is the mother of 9 children and always has a story to share. Follow Allison on Instagram: @kimball_allison & @asimpleinspirationLIGHT KEEPERS (come, come!) https://www.rootstech.org/lightkeepers
Interviews with digital scrapbooking designers that are current contributors to The Digi Files at The Daily Digi. We are talking to the designers about their lives, designs, careers, and their contributions we will see during the month on The Daily Digi.
Rank #1: DDD079 D4 Answering Your Questions.
Steph, Peppermint and Katie answer your questions about OhLife alternatives, layout storage solutions, iPhoto and Lightroom, and more in this D4 episode of The Daily Digi Digest.
Rank #2: DDD060 Everyday Bouquet.
I had so much fun visiting with Michelle and learning about her life (she works at a museum for her day job), her designs (and her love of mixed media), and some really fun tips for scrapping.