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Totally addicted, Noell and Israel discuss movies, television, books, and podcasting. Our tastes sometimes are different, so we end up debating the quality of shows like "The Family Guy", "Wedding Crashers", and "The Sopranos." Some shows we agree on. For example, we both love "Six Feet Under", "Weeds", "30 Days", "24", "The Apprentice", and "Survivor". It's true. We're addicted to the media. We love it. And podcasting is the perfect way to talk about it. Please subscribe and enjoy our podcast.
 
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Zeldyy took bold leaps after being raised religious, she created a new path for herself to live her fullest life. She opens up about religion, parenting, and how to open lines of communication with all those around you when you create your own path. I admire her Courage and amazing perspective and I know You Will Too. Great Podcast for Single Moms,…
 
Could MDMA be what you need to open your heart and become more present with yourself and others? This podcast will give you all you need to know on MDMA psychotherapy which Eliezer calls Open Heart Medicine. ✨ #mdma #healing #judaism #psychedelics #ayahuasca #spirituality
 
Do you want to learn how a Director of Photography thinks? Want to know how they approach a scene, make decisions on lights, or tackle difficult problems on set? One of the best ways to find out is by talking to one. Once again I have something new to share with you. I recorded this audio interview with Art Adams, a knowledgeable Director of Photog…
 
How do you create dramatic lighting? And how do you light for video in a small room? This video will answer these questions. In the tutorial, I show you the tools and techniques to create high-contrast, dramatic lighting. And the great thing about this technique is that it’s ideal for shooting in a small room. If you need to shoot interview-style v…
 
Album Details Album: The Tinkering Ink Peekaboo Album I used doesn’t seem to be in stock anymore. Hopefully you’ll use something you already have anyway but if you’re looking for a mini with shapes punched out like mine, the closest thing I can find to it is this one, which is on clearance right now. Album Color: By experimenting, I got a lovely mo…
 
This week’s video is for members only. In this tutorial, you’ll see: * How to use a stamp to add dimension to your layout * How to position your stamps after you’ve already stamped them * Examples of the concepts in action You can download the trailer, or you can become a member to see the full version of the video. Also, if you’re not subscribed t…
 
This new episode of Paperclipping will show you how to do something that many people struggle with – how to design an interesting layout without using a photo as a focal point. In the video, you’ll see: * How to create a focal point in the place of a photo * How to place the focal point * How to anchor the focal point * A fun example of the concept…
 
This week’s episode is the last for 2009! Many thanks to all the Paperclipping Members, whose memberships make it possible for us to produce these tutorials. This week’s episode is for members only but anyone can click on the video above to see the trailer. There’s also a Quicktime version of the trailer here. If you are new here, you might want to…
 
Personal family videos are all over the internet these days. We put such an emphasis on photos in the scrapbook industry, but videos are just as much a part of our stories as pictures are. We’ve now released this week’s episode to the Paperclipping Members and in it I share some different ways Izzy and I started to incorporate the fun videos we tak…
 
If you’re not a Paperclipping Member, you can click on the video above or download the Quicktime version to get a look at my two holiday tables for this year. The full tutorial has already been released to our members. Because I get so many emails asking where to get the supplies I use, I am trying an experiment. I just signed up as an affiliate wi…
 
I get questions all the time about where I got this product or that product that I used on a project. Since you, the Paperclipping audience, are from all over the world, I never know how to answer that. I either get things from my local scrapbook store or I order them online. Scrapbook.com impresses me with their huge inventory. So far they seem to…
 
For those of you who don’t have a Membership, we are pulling a Quick-Tip video from the archives. The idea I present is a great way to go back to all those past Halloweens you never got around to scrapbooking, while adding a little decorating (storytelling-style) to your home.By Israel Hyman
 
This week’s episode has been released for the Paperclipping Members. If you’re not a member, you can watch a trailer of the tutorial by clicking on the video above. In this in-depth video I show you step-by-step in Photoshop Elements how to… 1. Isolate a subject in your photo so you can give it/him/her special attention. 2. Boost the color of your …
 
Today’s episode, for the Paperclipping Members, is a fun way to use up your extra three-dimensional flowers to make some really cool ornaments (or embellishments if you choose to scrap with them instead!). If you’re not a member, you can click on the window above to get a preview of this tutorial. You could also watch the Quicktime version of the t…
 
Today’s episode is free, which means you don’t have to be a Paperclipping Member to watch it. Just click on the video above or download the Quicktime version. Note: The scissors I used in this episode were given to me by Melissa Laverty. They are the Close to My Heart micro-tip scissors. (Thanks, Melissa!). If you’re looking for a pair you can visi…
 
We’re celebrating three years of Paperclipping with an extra episode this week for the Paperclipping Members. If you’re not a member, you can watch the intro to this video by clicking on the image above. You can also watch any of the free episodes located in the left-hand column (scroll down a little). For access to all of our tutorials, please cli…
 
Today’s episode is free for anyone to watch, no Paperclipping Membership is necessary. We’re going to apply a number of the design principles we’ve discussed throughout Paperclipping to completely renovate an old layout I made years ago. You’ll see the huge difference it makes to know a few key principles. Enjoy!…
 
Do you wish you could break away from the matchy lines of paper products so you can more easily come up with your own color palettes for scrapbook pages and other papercraft projects? Today’s episode is free (you don’t need a membership to watch it) and I’ll take you through my process of picking out the colors for the layout below……
 
Today’s episode goes out to the Paperclipping Members. If you like cute embellishments but don’t like how expensive they are, especially if you already have too much scrapbooking stuff to justify buying more, this episode is for you. Last week’s episode was free, so if you missed it, here’s a link to the tutorial on mini-books. It was originally re…
 
We decided to pull one of the Members-Only episodes out of the archives to share with the rest of the Paperclipping audience for this week’s free video. If you’re one of our members and this episode sparked some ideas that you never completed (or started?) maybe you’ll get some renewed motivation after watching this again. If you’re not a member an…
 
This week’s episode is for the Paperclipping Members. As you’re sending your kids off to school, hold onto those new clothing tags and back-to-school shopping ads because today’s tutorial should give you some fun ideas of how to incorporate them as story-telling pieces onto your pages.By Israel Hyman
 
This week’s episode is free. You don’t need a membership and you can watch right here in the player or download the high-quality version. This is another Paperclipping Flexible Template. These templates should give you a good kick-start on a layout without being too explicit as to where exactly to put what, or how many and what size your photos sho…
 
If you want to commemorate the culture of a place you’ve visited or plan to visit, you might want to consider the topic of this episode: create a book with an authentic item that portrays the place and culture. Below are a few pictures of my own book, which I made to showcase photos and items from Rocky Point, Mexico……
 
We’re taking you behind the scenes for today’s free episode on building your own embellishments. I think you’ll enjoy this one because it’s…well, you’ll just have to watch and see for yourself. Just click on the player above or to download the higher-quality episode, click here.By Israel Hyman
 
Need some tips for the outdoor family photography you’re doing this summer? We took today’s episode outside so I could share some simple tips with you. This one is for the Paperclipping Members so if you’d like to have access to it and all the other videos in the archives, please head over to the Membership Information Page to find out what it mean…
 
Need an easy way to scrapbook all those multiple-photo layout-opportunities that summer time is providing you? Today’s idea is fun, easy, and will still allow you a lot of flexibility in terms of photo numbers, placement, and the tone of your story. And, it’s a free episode! You don’t have to be a Paperclipping Member to watch. So what do you think…
 
While there is nothing wrong with a vacation album or minibook that simply highlights the trip’s activities, there are some trips that add up to more than just that list. Some vacations impact you at a deeper level than the exciting agenda can show. For today’s free episode, I’ll share a vacation minibook I made for a trip like that. I’ll share how…
 
Here is the free trailer for today’s episode of Paperclipping for our Members. This episode is all about color and how to mix your own colors from acrylic paint using just a handful of base hues. Even if you’re not into paint, this episode should help you with color in general. One thing to note is that video is not able to pick up the subtleties o…
 
How often do you stare at your table, with no idea how you’ll scrapbook a set of pictures? I used to do that all the time, and it was the one thing that sometimes made me not want to scrap. Fortunately that hasn’t happened in years, and today I’ll show you why.By feedback@idlemindspodcast.com (Israel Hyman)
 
Today’s episode is for Paperclipping Members but if you don’t have a Membership you can watch the trailer we’ve provided above. For this episode I show you the steps to take to make a window with a grouping of photos and to create a flower planter underneath that window. The idea is to create the feeling of peeking into my kitchen window to see the…
 
If you don’t have a Paperclipping Membership you’ll be happy to know that today’s episode is free for anyone to watch. In this tutorial I introduce my idea visual memoirs using mini-albums where we can tell a more complete story than what typical scrapbook pages and albums allow. If you enjoy today’s episode, you might want to consider getting a Me…
 
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