4 Steps to Stress-Free Scrapbooking #1

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.

October 26, 2011

Step 1: Use Prompts for Guided Reflection

We all have memories stored within our hearts. Even yesterday’s joys and sorrows get tucked inside to make way for a new day. Photo and journaling prompts help jog your memory and allow you to uncover thoughts and feelings. They make it easier to draw connections across time and space and most simply, how to define do-able boundaries on a specific scrapbooking page or project. Prompts help you turn words and photos into stories.

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This week we’re baby-stepping our way to stress-free scrapbooking in celebration of the November 1st launch of our all-new Simple Scrapper premium membership. We’ve cleared out the cobwebs and created space for a super simple program to help you stay inspired month after month.

Membership Feature #1: Story Starters

Each month we’ll share a new set of photo and journaling prompts to guide you through creating meaningful pages and projects. Our 2011 Story Starters capture the changing seasons and 2012 will offer support for documenting important feelings and relationships.

Sample #1: Story Starters from January 2011
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