Thank you to my focus group

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During June, I gathered a small group together to help me tweak Simple Scrapper and design the blog’s future. I wanted to take today’s post to thank all of them.

Athena has been digiscrapping for almost two year, but recently took the plunge into the online world in April after she took 2nd in a design contest. Athena sells under the name Digilicious Designs. Her kits can be found at Digi Scrapbook Mania and Digital Design Den. You can also visit her at her blog.

Nicole Seitler is a 33 year-old stay-at-home wife and mother to three beautiful children. She is originally from Florida, but now lives with her family in Columbus, Ohio. Nicole is owner of The Digi Chick and the design shop Sugarplum Paperie.

Cammy-Jo Plummer is a crafter from Dawson Creek, British Columbia. She has dabbled in sewing, knitting, wire jewelry making, and rubber stamping. However, she always returns to photography, writing, and scrapbooking. Cammy has been published in Creating Keepsakes, the former Simple Scrapbooks, Scrapbooking & Beyond, and Canadian Scrapbooker. You can read more about Cammy at her blog, Mrs. Messy (

Jennifer McDonald (aka littlekiwi) is 21 years old and lives in Auckland, New Zealand. She works part time as a customer service representative and is a full time university student as well. Jennifer has been scrapping for 12 years, 10 of those in paper scrap. After taking a web design course in high school, she converted to digital scrapbooking.  She designs quick pages for Simply Susan Godfrey and writes a personal blog.

Other focus group members included Heather (cool_zebras), designsbyvickie, Marie (msawyer428), ramsfam13, Shannon (shanknits), and tulip8578 – thanks girls!

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1 Comment

  1. Athena


    Thanks for the kudos. I hope all of our comments helped your already wonderful blog. Keep up the good work!


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