Elizabeth Dillow

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Elizabeth Dillow is the author of The Scrapbooker's Almanac as well as a photographer and maker of many crafty things. A former contributing editor of Simple Scrapbooks magazine, she teaches photography, design, and scrapbooking workshops, operates a local design/photography/consulting business, and writes as much as possible. She lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, with her beloved family and rescue dog.

Average rating: 4.65 · 114 ratings · 28 reviews · 1 distinct work
Scrapbookers Almanac

4.65 avg rating — 114 ratings — published 2007
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Deirdre Keating You know more children's books than anyone I know so I'm wondering if you could help. We are hoping to give each of our young nieces and nephews a book were the protagonist has their name (ie: When You Were Small for our nephew Henry).

Can you think of a charming children's book with a main character named Maria?

Thanks!


message 2: by Kate

Kate I love your focus on family and storytelling. While you express this through helping people scrapbook, I do it through helping people journal. I co-authored 2 that help couples express love and appreciation for each other, 1 that makes it easy for elders (or anyone) to tell their life story and another for capturing family wisdom for the next generation. Whatever the format, it's all good! Best wishes. (www.marshallbooks.net)


message 1: by Michelle (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:24PM)

Michelle So happy I stumbled upon your list here. I have enjoyed perusing your books and just wanted to thank you for reminding me of the Betsy-Tacy series. I had forgotten all about them. I just love this site!


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