Less is More | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Leontien van Veen

Hello, Leontien, and welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you began digital scrapbooking?

I’m from the Netherlands where I live with my husband and 4.5-year-old son. I’m a fontaholic and love photography.

I started digi scrapping in 2008 when my son was born. The first year wasn’t easy (he didn’t sleep much and cried a LOT!). To keep me sane and occupied with something else other than feeding and trying to soothe him I would scrap in the few short naps he would take.

Your screen name is Jippo. Does that have anything to do with the Finnish football club?

Lol! No, it’s named after a cat I once had!

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Making the Most of Very Little | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Wendy Bretz

Hi Wendy! Welcome to Simply Tiffany Studios. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and your scrapbooking?

I’m a single, full-time working mother to an amazing little girl named Hannah. She is my everything and provides me with inspiration everyday to create my layouts. I began scrapbooking almost 10 years ago creating paper layouts and just recently switched over to digital a couple years ago.

I have been published in Scrapbooks Etc., Creating Keepsakes, Simple Scrapbooks and Scrapbook Trends magazines. I am a 2007 Creating Keepsakes Hall of Fame winner and was previously a Garden Girl at Two Peas in a Bucket. I am currently on the Creative Team at Pixels & Company, Karla Dudley Designs and Making Memories.

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

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The Master of Quiet Spaces | A Scrapper’s Style Interview with Liz Tamanaha of Paislee Press

I’ve “digitally” known Liz for about three years — she was the first designer I collaborated with for a class. And to this day, her style STILL amazes me. Her pages are soft and inviting and she has an amazing gift for subtle, but unmistakable, design. I’d love to learn the secrets of how she brings just a few photos and pieces together so elegantly. ~ Tiffany Tillman

An Interview with Liz Tamanaha

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