Beth Price, Creative Team Member

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Beth Price is a Stay At Home Mom, married to her husband Steve for 8 years.  Steve and Beth met after both moved to the East coast for career changes.  They soon grew their family to 3 girls, Claire, Jillian and DeAnne.  Recently the Prices moved to the Midwest, where Beth is originally from, in order to be closer to her family and to start their own business.

Beth began scrapbooking just before their first daughter was born, and it’s been a constant source of escape and relaxation since then.  Her girls are the center of most of her work, although Beth’s mother has researched a large amount of their family’s genealogy and is looking to get it down in albums.  They have recently begun the job of  putting the research on scrapbook pages but have several albums ahead of them.  Beth’s style is classic, with anything new or fun thrown in as she feels the need.  Don’t look for anything too dramatic or serious in her pages though – to Beth scrapbooking is her happy place and all the other stress of life gets to go away for a while.  “It’s supposed to be fun and I like to keep it that way.  Someday I’ll address some of the not so pretty stuff, but right now I just want pretty.  It makes me happy and it’s a lot less expensive than a weekly spa treatment.”

Digital scrapping was a natural next step, since Beth
has worked in technology and thinks of her computer as her other right hand. She experimented with the format in 2005 and now really likes it, however sees it more as an extension of her work on paper, not as a complete replacement.  Her work reflects a basic style.  She uses Microsoft’s Digital Image Pro, and while DIP is not as feature-filled as the more popular Adobe products, she’s found it moves quickly and lets her play with digital products as much as she likes.  

Beth currently teaches at a local scrapbooking store
and is on the Design Team for Memoirs in Carmel, Indiana.  She enjoys the teaching aspect of scrapbooking because it brings people together and really gets the creativity flowing.  

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