More creative inspiration from the new Simple Pages / Simple Projects collection

Jennifer Wilson

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January 22, 2011

Just a week ago, we launched our first ever collection for Simple Pages / Simple Projects – an entire year of scrapbooking prompts and supplies to help you get inspired and be more productive. The January collection contains instructions for an easy accordion mini album, 3 brand new layered templates and themed story starters for scrapbooking January memories.

Simple Pages / Simple Projects is designed to get you scrapbooking in new ways, with more motivation. We’re proud of this product line because it:

  • encourages you to use what you have in your stash
  • reduces indecision and overwhelm from too many choices
  • creates a deeper community of like-minded scrappers

Today I wanted to share a few more examples from our creative team, to illustrate the versatility and uniqueness of Simple Pages / Simple Projects and the January collection.

To shop, visit the January collection in the Simple Scrapper store. Each collection is just $8 or $6.50 with a monthly subscription. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below.

Credits: (1) Shannon | (2) Jean | (3) Jess

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1 Comment

  1. Kim

    ahhhhhhhhhh this has me itching to get into my room tonight & create!!! its been too long!!


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