Tag Archives: Scrapbooking Norms

Becoming a Scrapbooker

This entry is part 15 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 15 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post the comes from my study about scrapbooking. Ultimately, once someone becomes a scrapbooker, they begin viewing the world through the eyes of … Continue reading

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A Collection of Posts on Scrapbooking Norms

This entry is part 16 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 16 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsOver the past few weeks, I’ve discussed the sources of scrapbooking norms, including the internet, idea books and magazines, scrapbooking celebrities, television shows, classes, industry workers, manufacturers, and … Continue reading

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Do You Scraplift?

This entry is part 13 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 13 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. In academia, to copy another person’s words directly or to take another person’s idea and fail to attribute it … Continue reading

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Being Caught Up is Overrated

Occasionally, I’ll hear scrappy friends declare they are caught up on their scrapbooking. I have no interest in being caught up. If I am caught up, then I have nothing to scrapbook. The idea of that depresses me. I think … Continue reading

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Stigmatized Scrapbookers

This entry is part 10 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 10 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Not only do handcrafters hide their “stash,” but Stalp (2006a; 2006b) finds that quilters hide their identity as quilter … Continue reading

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Do You Have Any Contraband in Your Stash?

This entry is part 11 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 11 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Many handcrafters (e.g., needle crafters such as quilters, paper crafters such as scrapbookers, and others) refer to their supplies … Continue reading

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Hello. My Name is Stephanie and I’m Addicted to Scrapbooking.

This entry is part 8 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 8 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Many scrapbookers consider themselves addicted to scrapbooking. Newspaper reporters commonly describe scrapbooking as addicting, an obsession, and a passion. … Continue reading

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Scrapbook Inspiration from Twitter

Last week, a couple of interesting topics trended on twitter: #childhoodmemories and #teenagememories. It got me thinking about my own memories from these periods of my life. I’ve created scrapbooks for both time periods but they were photograph and memorabilia … Continue reading

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Scrapbooking is Deviant?

This entry is part 9 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 9 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Is scrapbooking deviant? No. I suppose sometimes it could be considered deviant. I suppose sometimes a person could be … Continue reading

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Handwritten or Typed Stories

This entry is part 7 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 7 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsLast week, I told you about the importance of writing your story. Your story can be written in your own handwriting or typed up and printed out from … Continue reading

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