paperclipping roundtable…

hey bloggers!  hope you’re having a great week.  today i was a guest on the paperclipping roundtable with fellow crafters jennifer mcguire, laura denison, and noell hyman.  this week’s topic was a fave of mine because we are “talking technique“.  be sure to check out and listen to this week’s discussion on paperclipping.com.  this was such an opportunity and i thank noell and izzy for asking me to be a guest once again.  hope this inspires you to get our your supplies and try those techniques you’ve been wanting to try, c’mon you know you want to…t!m

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  8. Sara Grafton says:

    This was a fabulous episode! I learned so much and listened to it twice. I am really glad that you shared more about the Creative Chemistry class. I was not able to take it live, but now I look forward to taking it at my own pace.

  9. Vicki says:

    Thanks so much for all the information you AGAIN shared with all of us that listened to the radio program on Paperclipping.com. You do such an amazing job of sharing.

    One thing in particular that you mentioned really got my interest. Where do I go to purchase that larger sized Craft Sheet? I went to the Ranger site but didn’t fine it there.

    Thank you again for all that you do. And I also wanted to mention that your Creative Chemistry 101 series was simply amazing. So much information!

  10. Kerstin Eisenbrandt says:

    I just listen to the Roundtable podcast. Great tips and so inspirational. Thank you so much……Kerstin

  11. Can’t wait to listen…thanks for taking the time to participate!

  12. linda williamson says:

    I listened to the round table discussion and enjoyed it very much. You all were great to share your tips and techniques with us,Thanks so much,Tim.I sure hope they will have more of these.

  13. Janintucson says:

    I loved the conversation and felt I was in the same room with you all. Thanks again for all the inspiration!

  14. THANKS for sharing!! Loved the technique conversation!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  15. Jane S says:

    Tim, I enjoyed the roundtable. Such a interesting topic, techniques. I had to sign up for your Chem 101. Can’t wait to dig it to my supplies.

  16. Thank you!! It was so nice to listen to this…alot of tips!
    I had a wonderful time making my 12 tags of 2012 – August when I listen to it…( really LOVE to make these tags)
    You are the BEST teacher…really LOVE the online class Creative Chemistry 101…the BEST online class I have taken.
    again…THANK YOU!!!

  17. Julie S says:

    I’m just starting to take baby steps into art journaling. Can’t wait to hear some new techniques. Off I go…

  18. Terri says:

    I will listen after work tonight!

  19. […] we was respected to be a guest on a Paperclipping Roundtable with my crony Tim Holtz, crafter Laura Denison and a always fun Noell Hyman. The topic? Techniques! My favorite. Just […]

  20. julie says:

    How fun to be on the round table it also sounds like you had a great time. I’m on my way over there to check them out. Thanks for sharing, God bless happy crafting.

  21. AsilisA MaM says:

    nspiration event, can’t wait

  22. Of course we want to…. I thought you’d like to know that you are part of the creative inspiration for a project that my altered book group is undertaking. We are going to fill one of Strathmore’s visual Journal, Mixed Media with techniques we take turns teaching. It’s going to be a real treasure when it’s filled. Thanks for the creative inspriation to do this
    Linda S in SC

  23. Sue says:

    I listened to the show and really enjoyed it. Thank you for turning me on to paperclipping.com!

  24. […] I was honored to be a guest on the Paperclipping Roundtable with my friend Tim Holtz, crafter Laura Denison and the always fun Noell Hyman. The topic? Techniques! My favorite. Just […]

  25. Jayne K says:

    I’m not really a scrapper, but I enjoyed the discussion. Thanks for letting us know about it. I’ll be checking it out more often.

  26. Julie Heyer says:

    Loved this episode. Listened to it all last night!
    Great job everyone. Loved all the technique talk. 🙂

  27. Doris Cote says:

    This was very helpful.I got a lot of ideas, thanks.

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