Thursday, July 10, 2014

Studio 5 and an Album Giveaway

Today on Studio 5, I shared several album systems. Everything from the traditional, 12x12 approach to scrapbooking to clever gift displays. 



Win!
Want to win an album assortment, including a few of the ones featured on today's show? Simply leave me a comment between now and Monday, July 14 for your chance to win. Thanks for tuning in. I'd love to know what your favorite type of scrapbook album is. :)

Cheers!

82 comments:

Dale Anne Potter said...

I like all kinds of albums! GREAT segment & THANKS for this opportunity to win.

ETC's Mom said...

I had no idea of all the new choices out there. I was a traditional 12 x 12 scrapbooker. I love that size still but now do it digitally

Terry Jo said...

You have such fun and creative ideas!

Wendi said...

Thanks Megan for all the adorable ideas. Being in OR, I miss the influence of Utah's scrapbooking community! Thanks for the recharge!!

Kris Mitchell said...

My favorite was the art journal but I liked all the ideas! :)

TaLaisa said...

I'm an old school scrapbooker. My first scrapbook was Creative Memories and I've done everything in between. I do love full page and 2 page layouts and love incorporating project life style pages in for time sake.

ninarsku said...

I do only 12x12 and some minialbums, but lately i have also been interested about heidi swapp memory files and smaller pocket pages, thanks for the chance to win.

Cristy Kilpack said...

Love, love, love your segment!!! Thanks for all the ideas and info!!!

FunFunFun said...

Thank you Megan for the variety of ideas on using mini-albums!

lindsay weiser said...

I love all kinds of albums but I tend to do a lot of minis bc I can finish them quickly! Love everything Heidi Swapp!

Anonymous said...

I really like the traditional 12 x 12 and digital. However, the Heidi Swapp lines have really increased my interest in gift projects and mini albums. I also am loving Project Life. Always learning and trying the new opportunities in this world of memory keeping.

Hollybeth said...

Oops my post wound up as anonymous, 7/10/14 at 3:13 pm.

Anonymous said...

Great show and very informative I would be honored to receive the giveaway.

The Allen Family said...

Oh my goodness!! Loved all the things you shared. Thanks for the chance!!

violet said...

So many wonderful ways to keep track of your ideas and memories

Misty Hooper said...

I love all of your scrapbooking ideas and reviews! Thank you for the ideas on mini albums and the giveaway opportunity!

Crafts by Linda and Friends said...

Thank you! Great vibrant colors great ideas! Love your work.

Jenny McGee said...

Fun segment. I mostly scrapbook 12X12. But other sizes are fun to try. Thanks.

Miriam Prantner said...

What a great giveaway! I mostly use 12x12 myself, although I started a 6x8 album with my daughter last summer that we've used to document her summers. I'd love to win some albums and be able to try some additional sizes!

Ravejest said...

I've stuck with traditional 12 x 12 albums. I'd love to try some of the other sizes, especially some of the small mini albums.

Phyllis C said...

I have made albums different sizes,but my preference is 12 X 12. I am now starting to work on digital pages, but I still do the pages 12 X 12.

sskcraftshop @ Hooks, Needles and Brushes said...

I live your style of scrapbooking specially your craftsy class is one of my fav...thanks for the giveaway.

Debbie said...

I love the 12x12 3 ring!!

Nancy said...

I love all kinds of albums. There's no need to use them in the traditional way. You can take an idea and put it into motion with just about any album. Work outside your comfort zone and get your idea out there for others to see.

Kelly O said...

I loved the segment… you sure covered it all and gave everyone hope of finding something that suits them… thanks for a chance to win!!

sammygirl said...

Loved all the wonderful albums!!! Each has something to offer! Thanks for the chance to win"

Michele said...

Love a chipboard album....the possibilities are endless!

Karen said...

I love your ideas.

Cody Doll said...

I love the mini or art type books. The project life would be awesome but I don't have enough memories or pictures. Maybe a mini of that would be cool.

Cynthia B. said...

Is there a way to watch Studio 5 online? I'm interested in what you shared.
I've made a few minis - chipboard and album-style, but my go-to is the 12x12 album, with both traditional and pocket-style pages. The exception is my daughter's school album, which is 8 1/2 x 11 (but I wish I'd kept it bigger so I'd have more space to document!).

Kelly Koesters said...

Great segment on Studio 5! I like pocket scrapbooking and traditional 12x12 layouts!

Kelly

Pickerington, Ohio

Catrinatolman said...

I enjoyed the segment! Thank you! I love hearing about scrapbooking! I love the 12 x 12 but really want to try some mini albums!!!!

Tracy Bohman said...

Love watching the segment. I love all types of albums. I love doing mini books, Heidi Swapp's memory files, love using the pocket page concept in my traditional albums. I also do digital pages. Open to all types and love gleaning new ideas. Thanks,
Tracy

Amanda Schmidt said...

Great segment! Thanks for the opportunity to learn more about the different systems out there :)

Renee E said...

I just LOVE scrapbooking! My favorite is the traditional 12 x 12 album!

Anelsie said...

Loved the segment! It was very informative and fun!
I prefer 12x12 traditional scrapbooks. Thanks for the chance!

Laurie said...

I am expecting my first grandchild and excited to start some type of albumn for her! (Better than I did with my own) Thanks for doing the drawing!

Memories by Manda said...

Love all the different albums available now thanks for the chance

Linda said...

I prefer 12x12 3 ring albums. I love to change my mind on how I want them to look, and many times I don't scrapbook in order of events either!! Thanks so much for a chance to win!!

Helijeri said...

I like to make it up as I go along. Pull colours and embellishments from other kits, make my own and try to make them meld together. I'm a bit chaotic but I always get there in the end. Thanks for this opportunity.

Jodie Mason said...

I love all types of albums and think that each has a place in crafting.

Liz Harris said...

I'm getting ready to redo my craft room. I would love some new albums.

robinann17 said...

I love making mini-albums that are shaped. They are so beautiful when completed and such fun to go back and view. Of course I also love the 12 by 12 traditional album because it gives you a lot of space to create. Thanks for the opportunity to win! Love your blog and all your creative ideas!

MarshaB said...

I love mini albums, and yours are great! Thanks for the ideas.

Elise DeMille said...

Loved your segment! And love Studio 5! I currently use Project Life and have never enjoyed scrapbooking so much!! Thanks for all the great ideas!

Miss Abbey said...

awesome segment. i am absolutely ovine the mini albums :)

Diana Fleming said...

Loved your segment on Studio 5! Heidi Swapp has my heart...I love the idea of using scrapbooking albums as home décor as well as memory keeping.

Brittani Fell said...

Right now I am loving pocket style scrapbooking!!!

Vicky said...

I just wrote down a sketch of the page you did with the washi tape in the chevron pattern. I love that idea. And now I am a fan of your page. Thank you!

876fd676-091d-11e4-ad7d-278671ee6bed said...

So far ive only used 12x12 albums, but now im starting to get into card size pages, journalling and decorating all kinds of items, even picture frames! I´d love to win an album as mine is running out of pages! :)

Sandra Turner said...

Thank you for all the great ideas for scrap booking. Now to just get started. I think that I want to try the mini albums and Project Life. But I am willing to try all of the ideas.

Jayme said...

Always LOVE your segments!!!

Whitney H. said...

I pocket albums since I'm not the most creative people. It makes it look awesome without too much effort.

Shambray Matthews said...

Oh man! I want one of each of these. These are all wonderful!

Anonymous said...

I like all kinds of albums, Thanks for the chance to win.

Katie said...

Great ideas! I like all different size albums. I have not tried the newer pocket style yet... Thank you for the giveaway.

Katie B.

Kelly Massman said...

I love 12 x 12 but any shape and size are interesting to me because I love books, books, books thanks kmassman gmail

Renee said...

I love albums of different sizes and even shapes. 'Love all of the inspiration and the chance to win some goodies, too!!

Leisa said...

Thanks for sharing some of your scrapbooks-like you, I do a variety....LOVE Heidi Swapp premade albums -they're so fun!!! Trying PL this year & so glad to be able to look back at this year & remember fun, little things that happened. Also LOVE Simple Stories-they make scrapbooking the bigger events in life so easy!! Thats what I use for travel and Christmas.

jengd said...

I tend to be a plain and simple 12x12 post-bound album type of gal though I do occasionally use a 8.5x11 and a 6x6. Thanks for the chance!

Annette Stewart said...

Small quick books are my favorite.

Tatum said...

Hi Megan! I always love your segments on studio 5 but this was one of my favorites! I've always done the standard 12x12 albums but now I can't wait to try pocket albums. I think they are a better fit for me now. I loved all of the products you showed and can't wait to try them! I love your blog too ;)

Mandi said...

I love all sizes of albums. I normally do 12x12. I started in 8x8. I also love minis but I have a hard time of completing them. LOL

Mandi said...

I love all sizes of albums. I normally do 12x12. I started in 8x8. I also love minis but I have a hard time of completing them. LOL

Lb Scrapgirl said...

Just found you at Creative Live, waiting on the 23rd for class.

Jean Fitch from jlfstudio said...

Thanks Megan for sharing the cool products and offering a chance to win.

Eloquence said...

I really like digital scrapbooking in a 8x10 or 8.5x11 format. Thanks for the chance to win!

eloquent [at] live.com

Joanne said...

Just discovered your blog through introduction by Creative Live--love your creative projects & these albums! Bookmarking you now!

Jennifer said...

For myself I typically scrapbook a traditional 12 X 12 but for gifts I branch out into different and fun sizes.

{VICKI} said...

My fave is 3 ring
all sizes

Kim said...

I love studio 5 but I get really excited when I see a segment with you!

bretom said...

Just found you through Creative Live- so excited about your upcoming class! I like the 12 x 12 albums but also saw the instagram ones & I love the small sizes. Have to find your studio 5 session to watch -wonder if its just local? Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Jeanne Kelly said...

I love all kinds of albums!

Janis T said...

Love the 4 x 4 albums! Please keep Instagram ideas flowing.

Angelica Chambers said...

Oh fun! Love the chipboard albums!!! Fun and exciting possibilities here! Thanks for sharing.

scrappinmommom said...

I usually use the 12x12, 8.5 x11 and 6x6. Thanks for the chance to win.

Renee Pagenkopf said...

I am such a traditional scrapper i usually go for the 12 x 12 (have for the past 48 years). But I am trying to break out of that square...i love the new journaling and mini scrapbooks!

Kailash said...

You have such fantastic ideas. I really like the traditional album but find the 8x8 size so much more versatile:-)

torri said...

I missed it, but want to try anyway. I love the project life albums!

Betsy said...

What nice opportunity! Thank you

Jannette C said...

I like different albums for different purposes. For my personal use I prefer the 12x12 size but I am open to new possibilities, specially thinking about better use of shelf space.

Erika Hayes said...

WOW! Megan you did a spectacular job on that class! I learned sooo much! Your creative mind is just inspiring! I am soooo going viral with this-- every scrapper needs this class.. talk about bringing us into the digital age of scrapbooking Your integration ideas were priceless.