Monday, March 23, 2015

Episode 60: The Freebies Show

This week, we're sharing loads of fun freebies for your scrapping! We'll discuss free downloads, printables, fonts, templates, cut files, videos, classes, supplies, inspiration and more! 

Here are three ways to listen...

1) ScrapGals on Podomatic
2) ScrapGals on iTunes

3) Right here on this player...



Links:


Illustrated Faith's newsletter with weekly freebie - sign up in black bar

Christy Tomlinson's free printable for March 2015 (Tracie is using in her planner.)
Happiness is Homemade - free printables
Pumpkins and Posies
Kevin and Amanda
Allison Kimball
Page Maps (sketches)
Scrapbook and Cards Today Magazine
One Velvet Morning
Love Paper Crafts
Cocoa Daisy
Paper Crafts Magazine freebies

Sherry Coogan on YouTube
Kristina Werner on YouTube
Jennifer McGuire on YouTube
Jann Gray on YouTube

Scrapbook.com's Free Classes
Craftsy.com
Skill Share
Snap Guide
Creative Live
Sean McCabe Lettering Course (sign up for free tutorials at the bottom of page)

Coffee Time with Sandra and Lisa

Tracie's New Podcast - Magic Memory Keepers


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We'll be back next week with a show all about our favorites!! Thanks for listening!

Tracie and Tiffany


6 comments:

  1. I loved this episode. I've listened several times this week. Thanks for putting on such an informative and entertaining podcast week after week. What will we do when Tiffany goes to Paris?!?

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  2. Thank you Dawn!!! We've been meeting extra and taping loads of shows so we'll be covered! No worries!!!! :)

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  3. Finally had a chance to listen last night, and totally enjoyed the detour into talking about those little packs of ephemera, because I can relate. Like you my stash is organized - in my case by theme rather than colour - and like you, I want the coordinating product together but hate having a bunch of little packs to open and refill while I sift through for the pieces I want. Plus, those little packs get lost in my drawers of themed embellishments as they're so small. But I had an idea while listening: I'm going to get some of those 4x6 plastic photo holders that are divided into sections. Creative Memories used to make blue ones and there are some on eBay, if I can't find something similar elsewhere. I'm going to take the pieces out of the cellophane pack and use a different section in the photo holder for each pack, which will make them easier to get out/put away. Not sure how many packs I have, but if I need to I'll use a different photo holder for different themes; could be sorted by manufacturer or colour or however you like to organize.
    So thanks for the discussion which spawned an organization solution I've been looking for, for awhile now.
    Keitha

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  4. Just want to thank you for your podcast and say how excited I am to go listen to your Disney memory keeping podcast. There used to be one I listened to a long time ago, but they quit podcasting and I really miss it since we love Disney and also like to make sure we document our trips.

    Love listening to the dialogue you both have and am enjoying finding some new resources from your links. Thank you!

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  5. I wanted to thank you for your kind words and the link to my blog. What an unexpected and delightful surprise this morning! As I listened as you talked about 2peas, mini albums, and layers I was transported back to a time that I hadn't thought about too much recently. Thank you for the memories and yes I am the one with the huge family. We have added a few more children since the 2 peas day totaling 9. It's wild and crazy at our home, but I am so grateful to each one of the children. Thank you again. Allison Kimball

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  6. Just listened to this show this week and it was a lot of fun. I wanted to add this link that I came across today if you haven't seen it as it is Midori inserts free printables created by an established digital designer: https://mydigitalartstudio.squarespace.com/blog/2015/5/19/midori-notebooks-free-printables

    Keep up the amazing work you do!

    Shay.

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