Meet our Sponsors for April

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.

April 1, 2010

Scrapbooking doesn’t have to be hard. Our fabulous sponsors help Simple Scrapper bring you no-fuss tips month after month. Let’s say hello to the great businesses supporting us in April!

Audacious Designs
Audrey Neal is a scrapbook industry veteran with a focus on authentic storytelling and designs that are eclectic yet streamlined. Her blog, Be Audacious, is a source of daily inspiration for uncomplicated memory keeping. Audacious Designs can be found exclusively at Design House Digital.

Design House Digital
Design House Digital is a new digi site focused on bringing fresh new designs to the digital world. This boutique shop has 10 talented designers who have many combined years of experience designing paper & fabric in addition to digital! DHD also features an awesome blog with tons of tutorials, projects, and inspiration. Add to that a fun community full of challenges and a beautiful layout gallery and you have a great place to hang out and create!

$5 off a purchase of $15 or more
Code:  simpleDHD5
Valid April 1 – May 7th 2010

Digital Designer Shop
Digital Designer Shop will be having our first quarterly sale April 10th-17th and the entire shop will be 30% off. Look fornew 99cent & 50cent items daily, drawings for 2 ‘Digital Designer’ Tutorials and a $15 Gift Certificate and more! And don’t forget to check out For Chloe With Love

Julie. It. Is. Designs
Keep your eyes peeled for lots of new spring goodies!

Kiki Halbert Designs
Kiki Halbert, an industry veteran from Canada, celebrated her third anniversary as a digital scrapbook designer last fall. She has a full time job in addition to a store at and feels blessed to earn a supplemental income for staying true to her passion.

She is often inspired to create her “Elegant Grunge”  styled kits when a color palette jumps out at her from everyday life. She never knows what will happen when she opens up Photoshop and loves that it is like having a fresh box of crayons. One thing is certain, something beautiful always emerges, kit after kit.

Log Your Memory
Log Your Memory is all about real life scrapbooking. Buy the Logbook, join the community and get connected with scrappers just like you. There’s a brand new product coming to the shop, so make sure you sign up for the newsletter to be the first to know (and get a discount)!

Shabby Princess
Spring has sprung at The Shabby Shoppe. Check out Sprout, the latest from Shabby Princess!

Stuff to Scrap
Come join the Stuff To Scrap community where there are lots of fun challenges.  Earn points for free store products.  Become a Facebook fan and get even more free products.  Recently upgraded with a new improved forum and gallery.  Lots of designers and lots of fun.  Stuff To Scrap, where we are Simply Scrapping Stuff.

SuzyQ Scraps
Check back tomorrow for an awesome giveaway from SuzyQ Scraps!

Say thanks so much to these designers and shops by visiting their links and considering a purchase!

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