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Back to Basics: Reader Selections

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 31, 2009

Some of the most popular posts here are about basic supplies every scrapper should have in her (or his) arsenal. In 7 Essential Supplies for Digital Scrapbooking and 6 More Essential Supplies for Digital Scrapbooking, I share some of my favorite items that are timeless and multi-purpose. Now it’s your turn.

This will be a two-part shindig. In this entry, please leave a comment with a link to your most well-loved digital scrapbooking item. It should be something you turn to often to make your life easier or to give a page that perfect finishing touch. Next week, I’ll return here and post a list of Simple Scrapper Reader Favorites: Fall 2009.

My (Current) Favorite Item
Bad Sewing Machine IV: Don’t Be A Square by Traci Reed


So tell me, what digital scrapbooking supply could you simply never live without?

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  1. amymom24

    I’m a border girl, too. My fav. sets are the ones from Gina Marie Huff at Weeds & Wildflowers:

    I also have a couple favourite kits, and they are the ones I’m always drawn to when not doing a CT layout:

  2. Shannon

    I can’t point you at any of my favorites, as they were pretty much all from favorites were from We Are Storytellers. Sad. I’m a paper girl, so paper packs are my bread and butter. I love solid colored textured cardstock and kraft paper packs.


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