Thank You to our Summer 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, 2011

August kicks off the end of the summer season here at Simple Scrapper. Along for the ride have been four fabulous sponsors. In today’s post I’d like to share a little more about each and invite you to check out their stores. Simple Scrapper’s sponsors are what make it possible to bring you new solutions for stress-free memory keeping each week!

Trixie Scraps Designs
Tracy is known throughout the industry for consistently developing attractive, versatile products for scrappers who love to create traditional, paper-style pages. 

Stuff to Scrap
Nicole’s shop offers a wide range of high quality products for the digital scrapbooker who loves fun, colorful pages and using cute, thematic products.

Bite-sized Scrapbooking
Kim’s innovative system for scrapbooking breaks down the process of creating a layout into three distinct steps, and guides you to work on one step at a time so you won’t waste time, get side-tracked, or feel overwhelmed.
Get 2 Scrappin’
Jacque has a fun blog where she invites you to have fun and scrap along plus offers a variety of services to digital designers.

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