Giveaway Winners

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.

December 1, 2012

Congratulations to the winners of our Memory Logbook giveaway!

The winner of a 2013 Memory Logbook: Page-A-Day Edition (Print-Only PDF) is… #9

Sheri, who said “My journaling tip is to figure out a way that works for you and just do it. It could be a daily calendar where you write your thoughts, an online journal to type in notes every day or OhLife a daily email reminder. I had to discover which form worked the best for me and then make a habit of just doing it!”

The winner of a 2013 Memory Logbook: Page-A-Day Edition (Fillable PDF) is… #56

Gina L, who said “My tip is write it down to remember, but when putting it in your scrapbook, use your own handwriting at least sometimes. Future generations will love to see your handwriting, whether good or bad. It helps make a connection to who you are.”

The winner of $5 credit toward any 2013 Memory Logbook: Page-A-Day Edition is… #34

TJ Jay, who said “I write letters to my children several times each year. This becomes the journaling for one of my favorite photos.”

Don’t forget to use the coupon code SIMPLE2013 to take 10% off any version of the 2013 Memory Logbook: Page-A-Day Edition. This code expires 12/5/2012.

You May Also Like…

Book Review & Giveaway: Crepe Factor by Laura Childs

I'm an avid reader of non-fiction, as evidenced by our Book Club selections. I love gaining new insights on personal growth, business, and wellness that I can apply to my life. But sometimes I just want to check out, to rest my mind and get lost in...

Simple Instagram Photo Books with Artifact Uprising

I could tell just from the name that Artifact Uprising was going to be a different kind of company. The brand has a boutique, modern feel but the prices say "This is for you, too". You wouldn't know it from the quality though. + + + Right before...

Workshop Giveaway: Quizapalooza with Angie Lucas

You love telling stories, but sometimes the act of journaling can get in the way. How can you get memories out of your head and on to paper? Prompts can make journaling so much easier. And really good prompts, they can make it feel like the words...


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.