Storyteller with Stacy Julian!

We’re pulling out all the stops this National Scrapbooking Month with a visit from one of our all-time favorite story tellers! Stacy Julian is here today to share with us the newest addition to the Story by Stacy™ line, Storyteller. Click on the video below to learn about this impressive guidebook from none other than Stacy herself! Pay extra close attention and you might just find that she is offering a little more than just two new story telling techniques! 😉

 

Thanks for stopping by Stacy! ❤

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Storyteller with Stacy Julian #ctmh #closetomyheart #storybystacy #storyteller #storytelling #memorykeepingStory by Stacy™ Storytelling Pack

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Storyteller with Stacy Julian #ctmh #closetomyheart #storybystacy #storyteller #storytelling #memorykeeping #storystarter #album #minialbumStory by Stacy™ Story Starter Workshop Kit—Heart

 

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214 thoughts on “Storyteller with Stacy Julian!

  1. I prefer 12×12 generally but the smaller albums make such great gifts! They’re also really fun to scrap a small trip.

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  2. I love using other sizes in my 12 x 12 Albums. I always have extra photos and more story or memories that I just cant fit so 6 x 12 and 4 x 12 is just a perfect way to do this. I loves how they all work together.

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  3. I LOVE working in smaller albums. I love the ‘finished’ quality. It’s great to know some aspect of memory keeping is done while I am working on bigger 12×12 projects.

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