This week, I'm talking to my new friend, Mandy Elliott aka Turquoise Avenue. I recently discovered Mandy's work via Instagram and spent hours looking at her projects and feeling inspired. I knew I had to have her on the show to have a fun chat about scrapbooking. More info on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to my new friend, AesaLina Compton, owner of Freckled Fawn. AesaLina shares the story of turning a small store on Etsy into a thriving business of embellishment kits. This is a great behind the scenes look into a small business in the scrapbook industry. AesaLina is so interesting and fun to talk to, it's easy to see why Freckled Fawn is a success. Stay tuned to the end of the show for an amazing opportunity for one lucky listener! Visit tracieclaiborne.com for more on how to Live Inspired.
This week, I'm talking to one of my favorite designers, Amy Heller. I have loved Amy's work since she was a Garden Girl for Two Peas in a Bucket. She has a fascinating story to tell about how she came to work in the industry and what she's up to now as the Marketing Director for Bella Blvd. I hope you'll check out her website,amyhellerdesign.com for some amazing inspiration and visit me at tracieclaiborne.com to learn more about how to Live Inspired.
This week, I'm talking to scrappy rockstar, Nancy Damiano. When I say her name to other scrapbookers, the response is always, "She's my favorite!" or "I love her!" Nancy and I discuss her journey in scrapbooking, from owning a scrapbook store for six years and teaching hundreds of classes to designing for multiple manufacturers per month. Nancy has a very specific process and she shares a lot of her creative strategies in this episode. For more info on how to Live Inspired and a link to Nancy, visit tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to the amazingly talented Jess Robyn: Illustrator, Memory Keeper and Lettering Artist. I am blown away by her incredible art and humble attitude toward her talent. I hope you'll check out her amazing Instagram feed at @bumbleandbristle. For more on how to Live Inspired, visit tracieclaiborne.com and be sure to check out my new class, Journal Your Life!
This week, I'm talking to my good friend, Doris Sander, about the ebb and flow of creativity and how her memory keeping has changed through the years. We discuss her creative journey, including her work for many years as Marketing Coordinator for Jenni Bowlin Studio aka JBS Mercantile. Find a link to Doris and more info about me at tracieclaiborne.com. Join us in The Scrap Gals Community on Facebook for the best message board in the creative community!
In this bonus episode, I'm recounting the details of traveling to Texas over Father's Day weekend to teach at the Scrap Happy Reunion. It was an amazing experience and I wanted to share my joy about the trip before I forgot any of the details! If you'd like info on joining Scrap Happy, visit scraphappy.org. To learn more about how to Live Inspired or to find out more about my classes, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week's episode begins a new series in which Crafty Jen Schow and I will discuss our current sources of inspiration. Chime in at the show notes on this episode at tracieclaiborne.com and let us know what's inspiring YOU right now and maybe it will inspire us too!!
This week, I'm talking to former Two Peas in a Bucket Garden Girl, Lilith Eeckels. Lilith and I discuss why she stepped away from design teams for a while, how her mood affects her scrapbooking style, why Project Life didn't work for her and documenting our journey through life with meaningful memory keeping. For links to Lilith and more about how to Live Inspired, visit www.tracieclaiborne.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please let me know by leaving a comment on the post for this episode.
This week, my friend, Heather Greenwood, and I talk about her contributions to the new book, "101 More Mixed Media Techniques" and her work with Shanna Noel and Illustrated Faith. We also discuss how Heather stays organized using multiple planners, her recent wellness journey and saying "no" unless you can say "heck yes!" For more info on how to Live Inspired and show notes for this episode, visit tracieclaiborne.com.