About

My name is Dianne and I’m a scrapbookaholic. I’m also a shopaholic, a Diet Cokeaholic, and a sportsaholic. My hobbies include scrapbooking (duh!), reading, stamping, shopping, watching sports and spending time with my family and friends. I have one son (6) and one daughter (3 years) and am currently a part-time media specialist at an elementary school in St. Paul. I am in grad school part-time working on my Library and Information Science degree and have worked as a teacher in both the middle school and elementary school settings.

4 responses to “About

  1. Susan

    Hang in there! I, too, could fall into the “scrappin’ librarian” catagory, only I got my MLS in 1988. Hope those classes are more practical than when I went to school!! I’ve been a children’s librarian for almost 20 years now, a scrapbooker for 5 years, a card maker for 12 years, a crafter and shopper my whole life.

  2. K

    Happy belated Birthday! Thank you for all the terrific ideas and for supporting my addiction, I mean hobby. You are VERY talented and I enjoy stealing all those great ideas! Take care and I’ll stop back soon.

    K-

  3. Hi Dianne

    I wondered if you would be interested in writing a Guest Post to publish on Scraps of Mind. Perhaps something on stamping.

    It would be an opportunity to promote your site and get a quality link back from Scrap of Mind.

    If you think you might be interested, read this article for further details.

    I hope you’ll join me.

  4. Mary Beth Crowell

    Hello Dianne,
    I am an avid rubber stamper and I am also doing the MLIS program. I have a daughter (8) and I thought I should introduce myself since we have two big things in common. I was just looking up examples of the “Emerging Color Technique” when I came across your website. E-mail me if you feel you have time to make a new friend. I would love to chat about library school, kids, and scrappin’.
    Mary Beth

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