I'm excited to announce that I am a guest on the popular scrapbooking podcast The Paperclipping Roundtable this week.
If you aren't familiar with podcasts, they are basically audio recordings that are free to listen to and typically follow a particular format and cover a specific theme. I've been a big fan of The Paperclipping Roundtable for a long time and I was honored and excited to be a guest.
The topic of this episode was scrapbooking crops; which is when a group of scrapbookers get together for an afternoon or a few days and work on their scrapbooking projects. I've been lucky enough to attend a number of different crops and I told about my experiences during the podcast.
One of the stories I told was about my first weekend long crop which was in 2001. It was a three day event, and I was so busy watching and listening to everyone there that I only completed one page in three days, and that was only because my friends helped me because they didn't want me to leave without accomplishing anything. The above photo was taken on the last day of the weekend and I'm holding my one and only completed page.
If you are visiting my blog for the first time after listening to the podcast, WELCOME! Take a look around and browse through my previous posts.
If you are reading here and haven't listened to the podcast before, you can hear the episode I participated in here: http://www.paperclipping.com/prt252-were-talkin-croppin/
I really enjoyed it, and hope that you will too!