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Pocket Talk

In the pocket talk podcast, Jess Forster interviews pocket page scrapbookers from around the world about their creative process. Design to be inspire and educate, this podcast will answer specific questions you may have about pocket page scrapbooking.
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Jan 15, 2018

On today’s show, Jess reconnects with Jessica Upton, scrapbooker and business owner of ColorCast Designs. In our conversation, we reflect on the projects and layouts we created in 2017 as well as our crafty intentions as we move forward in 2018. Jessica and I both reveal our One Little Word as well as discuss our thoughts on the Patone Colour of the Year and what trends we hope to see in the scrapbooking industry in 2018. This is a great show for memorykeepers who are curious how others deal with their Project Life albums at the start of a new year if they are, air quotes, not caught up from the previous year.

Enjoy the show! 

Jessica Upton Instagram

Colorcast Designs

Becky Higgins Project Life

Elle’s Studio

Ali Edwards One Little Word

Ali Edwards December Daily

Ali Edwards Story Camp

Scrapbook & Cards Today Crop & Create

Jennifer S Wilson / Simple Scrapper : Core Habits for a Happy Creative New Year

Kelly Purkey Traveller’s Notebook Kits

Patone Colour of the Year: Ultra Violet

Creativation

Jennifer McGuire Organization

Meghann Andrew's Blue / Purple Layout

1 Comments
  • almost eleven months ago
    Jessica
    Thank you so much for this discussion. I just have to say that I was so excited to hear that I also do something similar as Jessica Upton for Project Life. I place all my pictures on the page digitally. Then I have page printed. Finally, I add the cards and embellishments. I may or may not cut out the pictures and slide them into pockets or just keep the 12x12 page intact and add directly to the page. I am so excited to hear someone else does this. Yay!!
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