August’s Sponsors

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

August 1, 2009

This month, Simple Scrapper is kicking off some new advertising opportunities for designers and shops. The goal with these changes is to further help scrappers connect with great resources in the digital scrapbooking community.

To kick off August, I’d first like to thank Sara Ellis and Heritage Scrap for another month of simple scrapping!

Coming soon from Sara:

New at Heritage Scrap:

So who are the fresh faces at Simple Scrapper for August?

Color with Caryn brings you kits, templates, styles, text paths and more! If you love whimsical scrapping with a touch of realism, then check Caryn out!

The brand new SuzyQ Scraps shop will launch at Polka Dot Plum very very soon! One thing on your MUST BUY list should be this super basic alpha!

You can find something for everyone at Stuff to Scrap. I just love the “Leave an Impression” Mega Kit!

As friend of Simple Scrapper, we’re so excited to have Scrapper’s Workshop officially on board. Check out the upcoming trainings and stay tuned for a new site design! Plus, don’t forget that Scrapper’s Workshop is the home of ScrapKitty Design.

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