This week, I'm talking to Amy Sorensen about telling our stories on the pages of our scrapbooks. Amy has some great tips for us on how to change our mindset and develop confidence in our storytelling skills. I love what she had to say and I know you will too! For more information on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com!
This week, Victoria Marie joins me to further discuss organization! She is currently hosting a Spring Cleaning Challenge and she has a lot of great ideas to share about organizing 1) your studio area, 2) your layouts and 3) your photos. I hope you're inspired by this show and you'll do a bit of organizing yourself! If you do, let me know! I love to hear feedback from this show. Leave me a comment at tracieclaiborne.com!
This week, I'm talking about one of my favorite topics: organizing! As you may know, I recently reorganized my entire studio and when I was done, I had a lot of thoughts about the best way to organize for maximum creativity and productivity. If you're feeling overwhelmed by your stash, this is the show for you: I offer six easy tips to help you tame your stash. For more on how to Live Inspired, visit tracieclaiborne.com!
This week, I'm talking to Amy Tangerine about her amazing new book, "Craft a Life You Love." Amy's book offers proven tips for boosting your creativity. This inspiring workbook is a step-by-step guide to help you work through your creative obstacles. In this show, Amy and I discuss my favorite parts of the book and why it's so important to find time for creativity. For show notes and links, visit tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to Kellie Stamps owner, Kellie Winnell about her prolific scrapbooking. Kellie shares how and why she makes time for memory keeping and why her personal Project Life album makes her happy. We discuss scrapbooking in a planner, random Traveler's Notebook inserts, Project Life in 9x12 and tips for remembering to take photos daily. For show notes and more on how to Live Inspired, visit me at tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to designer, Jen Carlson. Jen designs for Ali Edwards, Kelly Purkey Shop and One Little Bird. Her striking and minimalist designs are truly inspiring. Jen and I discuss scrapping 6x8, her love for pockets, how she developed her style and her carefully curated Instagram feed (jecarl). To leave a comment about this show and find more episodes, visit tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I'm talking to Lindsay Weirich aka The Frugal Crafter. Lindsay has an astonishing 300,000+ subscribers on YouTube so when I saw her channel and heard her enthusiasm for crafting, I knew I had to talk to her! We discuss her video titled "Is Scrapbooking Dead?" and Lindsay offers some very wise insight into the decline of interest in our hobby in recent years. She also gives us lots of practical tips on living a life of creativity. For links and more info, visit tracieclaiborne.com.
This week, I am so honored to have as my guest, the always inspiring, Stacy Julian! If you've listened to me for any length of time, you know that my approach to scrapboking is very influenced by Stacy's philosophies and writings on the subject. We chat about her scrapbooking journey from taking a beginner's class to teaching core composition to becoming the Founding Editor of Simple Scrapbooks magazine and Creator of Big Picture Classes. We'll find out what she's up to now and hear some words of wisdom from her about making our memory keeping more meaningful. Happy 50th episode Live Inspired! Thanks to all of you who have listened and supported me on this journey and thanks to my darling husband for my lovely new theme song! Great things are ahead in 2017!
This week, Crafty Jen Schow and I discuss documenting 2017 with Project Life. We also share our thoughts on social media: the role it plays in our life and how we can use it to inspire us. We invite you to join us in February 2018 on a crafty cruise to the Caribbean! It's gonna rock! Visit tracieclaiborne.com for more info!
This week, I'm talking to Laura Rahel about using memory keeping as a way to encourage self-love and positivity. Laura tells us about her new class "Hello, Gorgeous" which offers more information on this topic. We also discuss how to live your best life in 2017, documenting the everyday stories of our life, what format Laura is scrapping in this year and much more! For more on Laura Rahel, visit laurarahel.com or visit tracieclaiborne.com for links and comments about this week's show.