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In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Our format varies week to week, with a healthy mix of teaching, listener Q and A, roundtable discussions, and interviews with everyday scrapbookers. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper an ...
 
FaveCraftsRadio is a monthly podcast for crafters. Tune in once a month to hear your favorite craft, DIY and lifestyle personalities chat about your favorite topics. This lively lifestyle program treats listeners to creative ideas, inspiration, current events, product reviews, tips about projects on FaveCrafts.com and so much more.
 
Hosted by a robot (or Dr. Stephen Hawking if you'd prefer) and fueled by Vess strawberry soda, Fizzle Like a Flood is an aural scrapbook - an ongoing time capsule. Various life recordings, songs, stories, random sounds, etc. Many appearances by Doug's bestie, Trilety, his girlfriend, Megan and his cat, Cinder.
 
The Scrappy Sisters Podcast is an audio show where your favorite scrappy sisters talk about paper, photos, how we choose to document this crazy adventure and all the ways we can live a creative and fulfilled life. If you’re looking for motivation, inspiration, and all the tools to tell your own stories, we’re your girls.
 
Join Zoom as he flicks through his scrapbook and shows you the amazing countries and cities he's visited around the world! Scrapbooks are a cool way of keeping memories and Zoom's is packed with all the photos, tickets and souvenirs he's collected on my travels! You can fly to all the destinations featured from Birmingham Airport!
 
This podcast is about being present. It is also about playful creativity and other things like curiosity and connection. I’m your host Stacy Julian. I am a life enthusiast, a storyteller and a believer! Helping people document memories in doable ways is my jam and I love to talk about people, places, things and solutions and I want YOU to be a part of the conversation. I produce weekly episodes to inspire you to live life and tell your story—because you have exactly enough time!
 
Bob Marley once sung: One good thing about music is when it hits you, you feel no pain. Got the Sunday Blues? Worrying about the long week ahead? Well worry no more – Alex and Tom are here to help you feel no pain! Known for their exquisite music taste and averagely informative conversation, they have taken to the air waves with a new show. These two old friends bonded one stormy Newcastle night over their enthusiasm for music, real ale and inability to remember the simplest of music facts. ...
 
Presented by Hot Off The Press President Paulette Jarvey and Gail Booth, Paper Wishes Weekly Webisodes feature a new and different paper crafting technique each week-from the comfort of your own computer! Each video segment runs about 5-20 minutes and features the latest products, techniques, ideas and instruction—all at the click of a mouse. For the latest episode, visit PaperWishes.com every week. This podcast will feature some of our favorite episodes.
 
“Queering the Classroom” is an ongoing discussion about the trials and successes of queer students, teachers, and staff in American schools. If it’s a matter of representation, a question of legality, or an issue for advocacy, we want to cover it. This podcast is a sort of audio scrapbook of personal stories, interviews and reporting that is accessible for anyone interested in learning about why we can no longer keep what we affectionately term “the gay agenda” out of the classroom.
 
Interesting, inspiring, original conversations with women we love* about people, politics, fashion, food and more. *(and men, and non-binary people) We’re positive and honest online allies, providing content specifically made by us, for listeners like you. ~ Stay in the loop, join The Pool ~ Sign up to receive our daily email of exclusive stories and get access to our scrapbook, to save and record your favourite items http://bit.ly/signupthepool
 
Books and Cleverness is a new Harry Potter podcast where three enthusiastic fans board the Hogwarts Express back to school, and return to the world that enraptured us so many years ago. Starting with the very first chapter of the very first book, we’ll read and discuss Harry’s journey chapter by chapter. Not only will we talk about canon, but we’ll also discuss the movies, news in the Potter world, the supplemental books, Pottermore, J.K. Rowling’s thoughts, and the fandom. As we explore the ...
 
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Kim and I are back for another fun catch up on our memory making and memory keeping experiences. You'll hear how I solved two family mysteries, how we're both staying on track through the summer, and what we're eager to tackle next. Plus, this episode offers permission to change a specific scrapbooking behavior! See the full show notes for this epi…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade Podcast we chat with Heba Alsibai! Heba shares the details of her crafting journey and advice on documenting the smallest moments. Hear her explain the importance of finding your own style and how it can inspire others! To see the show notes, visit this episode's page here! It's Christmas in July at Scrapbook.co…
 
Episode 27 features lace, in the form of a brooding shawl and a successful bra sewing projects, and a spot of tool making. You can find me on Instagram as Mrs_M_Curiosity_Cabinet. More detailed show notes are available at Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet and theres also a snippet of footage on YouTube to accompany this episode. Music: As I figure by Kevin…
 
One of the main reasons I started a podcast is to share ideas. Sometimes these ideas just happen to also be products and today I have an amazing idea and story-based product to share with you. I am chatting with Drew Vernon, marketing director for Tonies, USA, but this is not a sponsored episode. Drew and I have similar passions for creative play a…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 098. The world we live in can feel confusing and uncertain. So how does one find hope during such a crazy time? In this episode, we talk with David Butler (scripture guru, professor, author, speaker, popular Instagrammer and YouTuber) about how to find hope and keep our eyes focused on what will help us get thr…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 015. So many of us are caught up in the busy-ness of life and feeling burdened or overwhelmed. It’s time to get more intentional than ever — and it is NOT about adding more to what we already have going on. We’re talking about eliminating things from our life in order to increase our happiness and feel more pea…
 
We’re kicking off Season 2 with a conversation about how we can go above and beyond the expected to create truly unique customer experiences. Host Kristen Meinzer talks with Tina Roth Eisenberg, a successful entrepreneur who epitomizes an imaginative and intuitive approach to business. Her diverse collection of enterprises include a co-working spac…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to J. Robert Lennon, author of numerous short stories and novels. In the interview, Lennon discusses his daily writing practices, the importance of revision, and the creation of his new novel, Subdivision, which features a supernatural world with its own unique makeup and logic. Lennon also talks about his recentl…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 114. Everyone has a story. Sometimes we agree with them and sometimes we don’t. But surprise! We don’t have to take sides! Isn’t that a relief!? We can just listen for the sake of understanding, and sit with our feelings for a while. In this episode, we chat with Brooke Romney and learn how to be a better liste…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade podcast, we are taking a peek at some of this year's Christmas and holiday collections from some of your favorite brands! It may be hot out, but these new Christmas and holiday collections are even hotter! You can get a head start on your Christmas cards and projects with these new products! See the show notes o…
 
Nancy Damiano is a long-time scrapbooker who rekindled her passion for the hobby in smaller formats. In this episode you'll hear how she uses a combination of memory planning and smaller spreads to tell her stories. Our conversation focuses on a variety of Nancy's techniques, especially the use of full-page photos. We talk photography, layout compo…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to photographers James and Karla Murray, who are on a mission to capture the unique charm of New York City’s storefronts and advocate for small businesses. In the interview, James and Karla explain what it was like to teach themselves the basics of photography while juggling multiple jobs. They also discuss the pro…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 118. Who are you at the core? Do you even know or have you ever thought about it? Clarity in knowing who you truly are is essential so you can bring your best self to every part of your life: marriage, parenthood, community, work, school, and beyond. In this episode, Becky Proudfit explains four ways you can be…
 
Christine is a graphic designer and the one woman show behind Everyday Explorers Co., line of clear stamps and paper products designed to help you document your everyday life with a sense of discovery and adventure. Originally from Manila, Philippines, she now lives in Berkeley, California with her husband. You can find out more about Christine and…
 
What role does creativity have in your mental health and wellness plan? In this episode Amy Melniczenko shares her journey of moving past personal challenges to embrace the work of becoming more herself. I reached out to Amy because I had noticed a big shift in her memory keeping and wanted to peel back the layers of that beautiful blossoming. Amy …
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to the multitalented singer/songwriter Yola. In the interview Yola breaks down her songwriting process from the first seed of an idea to the final product. She also discusses her forthcoming album, Stand for Myself, and the collaborative work that went into it. After the interview Isaac and co-host June Thomas mar…
 
I have a new friend to share with you today. She is Chanelle Neilson and she is a life coach who helps women and particularly moms with a side hustle who want to organize their day and find balance between family and personal goals. As a mom of 5 kids, Chanelle knows that motherhood has its challenges—that’s why she is passionate about helping moms…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 039. She’s a creative genius, paper crafting innovator, and a fellow “pioneer” in the scrapbooking world. Heidi Swapp and Becky Higgins have been personal friends for a couple of decades with parallel careers. This entertaining and heartfelt conversation between Heidi and the Beckys is filled with all the emoti…
 
Kate Smith is an artist obsessed with making humans smile. Every joke, piece of art and product she creates is meant to be shared—meant to give you a small, simple and fun way to put joy into the life of another. She wants to remind you how good it feels to make another human happy. She wants to show you it doesn’t take much. And she wants to encou…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas. In the interview, Jose discusses the origins of a piece he wrote for the New York Times Magazine titled “My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant.” He also talks about his organization, Define American, which aims to influence how immigrants are depicted on TV, …
 
I have this cute air freshener that hangs in my car that says, “Do more of what makes you forget to look at your phone!” The other day I was thinking how absolutely absurd that would have sounded to someone living before the year 2000. I mean why on earth would they be looking at their phone or perhaps not wanting to look at it too much? As we dail…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 026. You know we love to travel, but how do we document all of our travels so we can enjoy and remember them for years to come? In this episode we share how we do it! We debunk the myth that documenting a trip takes away from the experience and we share all sorts of simple ideas of how to document your travels …
 
More about Nicole Stevenson: Nicole Stevenson is a multi-passionate creative, middle-aged first-time mama, impostor syndrome warrior, cake and Korean BBQ connoisseur, confessional journaler, second-hand shop scavenger, deep dive conversationalist and the CEO and creative director at Dear Handmade Life. She can't recall a time in her life when she w…
 
In this month's catch-up conversation with Kim we talk planners, products, and more. We share what's new in our lives this summer as well as how we're using this time to think about what's ahead for us in the second half of 2021. This episode also features a peek at what we're planning for the Photos creative journey, including the July 8 session o…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to intimacy coordinator and director Marcus Watson, who oversees the performance of intimate scenes for film, TV, and theater. In the interview, Marcus discusses the increasing prevalence of his role in recent years, especially since the beginning of the #metoo movement. He also details the conversations he has wi…
 
This is an encore presentation of Ep. 040. Many of us make summer bucket lists with our kids, but have you ever made a bucket list for YOU? Join entrepreneur and body positivity advocate, Ashley Reeves, as she talks about this practice she did so she can show up as a better mom and as a better person in all areas of her life. Ashley shares the thou…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade podcast, we are joined by Scrapbook.com family member, Zelda Cogill! Zelda shares how crafting was a refuge as she left her native South Africa and settled into her new home in the United States, and how connecting with a community of crafters helped her as she entered a new phase of life. This episode was recor…
 
Nicole Stevenson is a multi-passionate creative, middle-aged first-time mama, impostor syndrome warrior, cake and Korean BBQ connoisseur, confessional journaler, second-hand shop scavenger, deep dive conversationalist and the CEO and creative director at Dear Handmade Life. She can't recall a time in her life when she wasn't making something. At 24…
 
When photography becomes a passion, you see your hobby, your life, and yourself with new perspective and possibilities. In this episode you'll hear from Ettiene Rickels, one of our creative team members, about her journey in this creative medium. From the experience that changed everything to her favorite sources of supplies, our conversation is fu…
 
Join us on a trip back to 2019 and a review of some summer movies, including one with a tiny detective hat PLUS occasional segment, Now It’s Time for Gina’s Transport Opinions! You can listen to it on iTunes or online This week’s songs Jessica picked I Hear Them All by Old Crow Medicine Show, while Rosie went for an Upbeat Inspirational Song About …
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Spanish-language journalist and broadcaster León Krauze, who works primarily as a local news anchor in Los Angeles but also hosts a radio show and writes for outlets like Slate and the Washington Post. In the interview, León discusses the process of figuring out which topics and stories matter most to his commun…
 
You, dear listener, likely know how much we value taking the time to pause in a variety of ways in life — and we very much advocate for taking proper breaks. For the remainder of this summer, we’re doing just that! We’re pushing pause on our podcast recording for a couple months. Have no fear; we won’t leave you hanging! We’ll be rereleasing some o…
 
In truth this episode is about so much MORE than summer reading. What memories do you have of your local library? Who taught you to hold a book and how to read? Think about the way you use reading, writing, listening and learning to engage with the world? Would you like to more easily find books for your child/teen and help them fall in love with r…
 
Parents and kids today are facing the unique challenge of not just existing in a world filled with technology and social media, but of having that access literally at the tips of our fingers. It can be difficult to know how to best help our children navigate the social media waters and help them find a balance in those interactions. Michelle Rigby …
 
Taylor and Katie Smith are sisters who have a top 1% Etsy shop where they sell vinyl and planner stickers. Katie designs the stickers and all the stickers are printed on site. The Smith sisters are two totally different humans (and that's one of the reasons Kristin was so excited to talk to them — the other that she's been friends with Katie for al…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with Joi McMillon, an award-winning film editor and longtime collaborator with filmmaker Barry Jenkins. Her latest project, The Underground Railroad, tells the story of a woman’s escape from a Georgia plantation in the 1800s. They talk about how McMillon came to be an editor, her approach to her work, what it’s like to…
 
My friend Paige happens to LOVE paper—a LOT—and that will make more sense after you listen to my intro, but truly, you are in for a huge treat today because I am sitting down with Paige Taylor Evans to talk about her journey to here and her amazing and distinctive memory keeping style. Image from Paige’s Pages #18 at Big Picture Classes Paige Evans…
 
The unknown of what happens after our life on this earth can be scary and even the thought of eternity or life after death can feel overwhelming. In this week’s episode we are joined by our friend and author, Wesley White, who has extensively researched and recently written a book about this topic. Through his tireless research about what really ha…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade podcast, we are joined once again by Chari Pack of Persnickety Prints! Chari shares helpful tips and answers the most popular questions she receives when it comes to mobile photography! Listen as she shares apps, editing, sizing recommendations, and so much more to help you get the best prints for your projects!…
 
In this episode I'm interviewing Diane Dziuban, our June featured artist, for the My Way series. Diane's creative style served as inspiration for our current member challenge! Diane dabbles in a range of sizes, loves Disney, and enjoys keeping her stash organized. I loved hearing about her passions, motivations, and more in the latest episode of ou…
 
In this latest episode I talk about a sock experiment with a twist and a couple of practical, needs-driven sewing projects. I also whip up a bathroom concoction, making use of some prunings from the garden in the process. You can find me on Instagram as Mrs_M_Curiosity_Cabinet. More detailed show notes are available at Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet. Mu…
 
In episode 138, Rosie and Jessica have…well, still not much, but a little! Rosie has moved house and got fully vaxxed and made chilli. Jessica has sown a lot of seeds. They also discover that some long-running mystery series are better than others and that your local library won’t have them all anyway. You can listen online or through all good podc…
 
This week host Rumaan Alam talks to literary magazine editor Brigid Hughes, who started her career as an intern with the Paris Review and went on to be its executive editor before leaving and starting her own magazine, A Public Space. In the interview, Brigid explains what the editor of a literary magazine does and how she works with authors to une…
 
Who wants to have ✨MORE FUN✨ with photos this summer? Awesome. This listen is for YOU! I have FIVE ideas to share. Let’s go! Create a Re-Take This is my number ONE idea because it is EASY and can be entirely hilarious. Your kids or friends and family members are almost always “game” because it feels like a game. Start by looking back through older …
 
Summer is here! And with this glorious time of year can also come the pressure to plan the most perfect summer ever. We are here to tell you that perfect is not the goal. Being intentional about the type of summer that is right for your individual family is so much more important than trying to make what you perceive “everyone else is doing” fit in…
 
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