Hi everyone finally I was able to create something in paper, this layouts were pretty fast because they are very simple.
This is part of my 8x8 album for Lucas that is a more simple one, without journaling, that would be here in my living room or that I can carry around. Just basically photos of his month by month growth.
And I'm so so late in this album , I will try to catch because the pages come really fast.
I saw this contest of a Review for Paperclipping RoundTable and thought would give it a shot, anyway is fun to give our insight and have people listen to our constructive ideas.
I've been listening to it since started and so far the podcast has been great to me.
This one in particular was not my favorite one, and I will point out somethings I think would increase the quality.I think in this particular show 69 minutes talking about tools it was too much. As said in a previous show one of the things that most prevent people of scrapbooking is the huge amount of tools.
So it would be better to see podcasts that talk about creativity, journaling things that would help scrapbookers to improve their scrapbooking and non scrapbookers to maybe start scrapbooking.
The show had Renee Pearson as a guest, one of the best digital scrapbooking teachers in my opinion, but they took no advantage to talk about the growth that digital scrapbooking has been having, the surging of paper like digital scrapbooking very clean and simple , about hybrid. I think hopefully in the future they talk more about that.
I would like more time for news. Nancy Nally always have some interesting news as a example on this episode she gave the scoop about Splitcoast Stampers been sold again.
More diversity of topics that would appeal not just for scrapbookers but also about card makers. Card making today is a huge industry full of interesting insights and fierce competition happening but not many people talk about that part of the craft industry.
Overall is good to have a podcast out there that is willing to talk about the craft industry with interesting guests and giving us a a broader view of our hobby.