This week, I'm talking to Heather Ulmer about a fun new company in the papercrafting industry: Wild Whisper Designs. Heather and her business partner, Suzy Dube, created this company after bonding over their shared enthusiasm for memory keeping. Heather and I also discuss her plans for documenting the upcoming holiday season and why scrapbooking gives us a reason to live and a fresh view on life! For more info on how to Live Inspired, visit tracieclaiborne.com! Due to my travels, Live Inspired will be on holiday until December. Look for a new episode 12/2.
This week, Victoria Marie tells us about her new class, The Holiday Project. This class will inspire you to tell some of your most important holiday stories in a doable way! Check it out at victoriamarieblog.com!
This week, the owner of Colorcast Designs, Jessica Upton, tells us all about how she started her business making acrylics and wood veneers. It is a fun and fascinating story that I know you will enjoy hearing. She also shares her story of getting started in the scrapbook business before she even knew how to scrapbook! Be sure to visit colorcastdesigns.com to learn more about Jessica's awesome products. Just a note: Beginning with this episode, Live Inspired will return to its original shorter format of 30-45 minutes to help with my overall podcast production time. For more info on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com!
This week, Crafty Jen Schow joins me to discuss our recent Cruise and Crop experience. If you've been wondering how it went or are just curious about what happens on a Cruise and Crop adventure, let us fill you in! To find out more about the classes we teach together called Ready, Sketch, Go!, visit tracieclaiborne.com or classes.craftyjenschow.com.
This week, I'm talking to the lovely Andrea Gray, better known as "Retrohipmama." We discuss pocket page scrapbooking, her personal 6x8 album, and the studio tour her filmmaker husband produced for her. Andrea shares details about something shocking she recently posted on Instagram, and we discuss what I think is the perfect job for her in this industry. This is a fun discussion that is sure to make you laugh. For more on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com!
This week, I'm talking to designer, Laura Vegas. We discuss her recent departure from Bella Blvd., her plans for the future and her love of double pagers. Laura has been scrapbooking for 22 years so we talk about getting rid of old layouts, redoing pages and how she feels about the big picture of her work. For more information on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, my good friend, Alice Boll, and I are discussing what to do when you lose your motivation and inspiration for scrapbooking. Alice, owner of the Scrap Happy group and leader of the Layout a Day project, also shares info about her community and what it's like to do a Layout a Day several times per year. This show is chock-full of great information so get a pen and paper ready to take notes! For more info on how to Live Inspired and a link to join Scrap Happy, visit www.tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to the super talented, Missy Whidden. Missy, well known for her awesome YouTube videos, designs for several major manufacturers and it's easy to see why her work is in high demand. Her mixed media style is fun, intricate and yet Missy makes it seem very easy to replicate! Be sure to follow her on Instagram to see a feed full of inspiration. For more on how to Live Inspired and a link to my online classes and podcast, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm interviewing one of my favorite designers in the scrapbook industry, Suse Fish. We discuss how she developed her style, how she gets those incredible photographs and what it was like to design a line for Felicity Jane. We also thoroughly discuss her simplistic lifestyle and her regular habit of disassembling layouts she has created. Find out more about Suse at susefish.com and learn more about how to Live Inspired at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, Crafty Jen Schow and I discuss making our process more productive so we can be more prolific. We discuss having everything at our fingertips and how we can examine each stage of our process and determine what works and doesn't work. We're both constantly creating for classes but perfecting your process is a good thing for any creative person. We hope you will be inspired by our conversation. For more on how to Live Inspired a link to our new class, Ready, Sketch, Go! Volume 2, visit tracieclaiborne.com.