About Us

Steph

imageSteph is owner of The Daily Digi and has been a scrapbooker literally, almost her whole life. She started consistently keeping a scrapbook in 1989 and learned all about “archival” scrapbooking in 1994.  Even back then she used a lot of computer clipart on my layouts.

She started creating completely digital layouts on her computer in 2003.  After reading a special issue of Memory Makers Magazine in 2004, she discovered digi scrapbooking communities and all they have to offer.  She is a passionate memory keeper and has found so much joy in preserving her family’s memories digitally.  She has been honored to serve on creative teams for Michelle Coleman, Nancie Rowe Janitz, ScrapArtist, Hollie McCaig, Gina Cabrera of Digital Design Essentials, Dani Mogstad, Janet Phillips, and Shabby Princess.

She has also had layouts and hybrid projects published by Simple Scrapbooks, Digital Scrapbooking Magazine, and Creating Keepsakes Magazines.

During June of 2010 She joined with producer Israel Hyman as the host of The Paperclipping Digi Show!  In June of 2011 she took the show out on her own and became the producer as well as host. She has really enjoyed inspiring the digital community with her belief that there is a method of memory keeping that will make each heart sing!

Steph is the one on the show that typically says she WANTS to try something, whether or not it happens is a different story!

Katie

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Katie became a scrapbooker when she was only 14 years old and got her hands on a jar of rubber cement and a large construction paper scrapbook album. Later on she began using archival supplies and was a die-hard paper scrapper for more than 20 years. She created thousands of scrapbook pages for her friends and family to enjoy. In 2005, her Mom showed her an issue of a Simple Scrapbooks special digital scrapbooking issue and she knew she had found her “true love.” She haven’t created a paper layout since!

Her passions include; digital scrapbooking, photography, writing, reading, organizing, and Legos. She’s been a team member and a contributing writer at The Daily Digi since 2009. She’s Steph’s co-hostess on the show. She’s been blogging at scrapbookladypages.com since 2005. She pretty much eat, sleeps, and breathes scrapbooking!

Katie is the one on the show that has typically tried everything.

Peppermint

imagePeppermint is a designer, a blogger, a not-half-bad cook, a wife, a mother of one  — and her family’s personal historian. She has an irreverent, light-hearted and slightly neurotic approach to everyday life – and often times those qualities are in direct conflict with one another.

Peppermint has been a digital scrapbooker since 2005. She discovered digital when a fellow mom asked “if anyone had looked into this whole digital scrapbooking thing?” once on a forum she frequented.  She started designing digital products in 2010. You can find out more about her designs, sign up for her newsletter, and read her hysterical blog at OneLittleBirdDesigns.com

Peppermint is the one that is brave enough to honestly say that she’s not going to do something. She helps keep the discussions grounded, real,  and a tad bit edgy, which our listeners love!

One Response to About Us

  1. Kelly says:

    Hi, I am a relative newcomer to your show and have learned so much from you guys! I think it is such a helpful service you provide. I have a question (actually I have several, but will send others in separate emails). You talk a lot about using external hard drives
    And I have several of varying ages and sizes. I have always just used them as backup, although haven’t had a hard drive failure yet (knock wood). You seem to use them almost like flash drives, moving files around and opening them for regular use. Is there some trick to it? My backups on these EHDs don’t seem so accessible. I am fairly tech savvy so i am not sure what i am missing here. Your advice would be appreciated! Thanks, Kelly (ShortDrMom@comcast.net)

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