International Scrapbooking Day is May 4, 2013 and it’s still one of my favorite days of the year! New kits, loads of savings, and scrap-heads united in celebration of this most awesome hobby of hobbies. I’m getting verklempt again! Talk amongst yourselves. I’ll give you a topic, a peanut is not both pea and nut, DISCUSS!
As part of my annual hoopla tradition that is interNational Scrapbook Day at Pixels & Company, the designers collaborated their efforts into a new kit collection called More Or Less:
Paula Gilarde contributed to Everyday Storyteller volume 1: 100 tips, tricks and techniques for capturing moments, telling stories and creating memories. Volume 2 is scheduled for release this week just in time for iNSD. Attend the virtual VIP launch on May 3rd and enter to win more than $1400 prizes — including some from Simply Tiffany!
Hi Paula! Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I’m a 40 something (I honestly have trouble remembering my exact age; I guess I’m in denial) wife and mom of two kids.
I started scrapbooking when I got married to create a wedding album. As soon as I had kids I was hooked on the concept. I started digital scrapbooking in 2005, and although I mostly digi-scrap, I still play with paper every now and again. I enjoy hybrid crafts that merge my love for digi and paper.
Well hi there! Time for another Q&A Wednesday and today’s Q&A is the second part in the DIY DigiCrafting Techniques series! Two of my monthly Q&As will specifically show you how to build your digital scrapbooking papers and embellishments! And true to Q&A, they’ll still be based on questions y’all have submitted!
Hello Mindy! Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios! Can you tell us about yourself and your scrapbooking?
I am a 33 -year-old homemaker, mother to three girls, wife to one guy who is incredibly supportive of me and my obsession with various hobbies. He’s stuck with me for 13 years so far!
I have been a scrapbooker since I could cut and paste, saving all those little bits of life that were so important to me (I still have those fabric covered binders). I recall being very excited when acid-free stickers and pens showed up on the market.