It’s All in the Details | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Karla Dudley

Hello and welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Hi! I live in Encinitas, California with my five children and “gamer” husband. :) I have been scrapbooking ever since 2003 shortly after my son, Kody, was born. I started out with traditional paper scrapbooking and a layout called “Bubble Time.” Years and two sets of twins later I’m now a digital scrapbooker and designer.

What three words would you use to characterize your current style?

Hmmm… If I were to pick three words to describe my scrapbooking style they would have to be:

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The Project Lifer | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Heather Johnson

Hi Heather! Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got started in digital scrapbooking?

I am an almost 40-year-old mom who lives in Minnesota with my husband and two girls, ages 5 and 1. I began paper scrapping about thirteen years ago, but truthfully I bought more supplies than I ever used. And the big black rolly-cart? Had two!

In 2008 I made my first photo book online, which led me to discover there was something called digital scrapbooking. After that I gave everything paper-based away. Digital scrapbooking had me hooked from the start because there was no mess involved, I could travel with it easily and nothing was permanent. I am prone to changing my mind a lot while I create which didn’t work so well with adhesives (even if they said they were “semi-permanent”).

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Capturing the Everyday | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Jennifer Hignite

Hi Jennifer!  Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios.  Tell us a little bit about yourself and your digital scrapbooking.

I am a 33-year-old single mom of three (not so little) boys who keep me very busy, are the love of my life and the reason I scrapbook.

I started scrapbooking traditionally back in December of 2001 with the birth of my first son, Dylan, and a copy of BHG Scrapbooks Etc. magazine.  I was looking for a way to document all of the photos I was taking at the time and fell in love with the layouts in the magazine.  With the birth of my second son in 2003 this simple pastime turned into a full fledged obsession!

I found online scrapbooking websites like Two Peas in a Bucket, and fell even more in love with the creative side of memory keeping.  As my boys got older, my scrapbooking took a backseat to everyday life, and the amount of my memory keeping sadly dwindled.

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