WPT#25: You Don’t Have to Save it All (VIDEO)

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.

July 22, 2013

The Weekly Pep Talk is a video podcast series designed to help you find more time for scrapbooking and use it well. To be notified when new videos are posted subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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In this week’s pep talk, I’m sharing one example of simplicity in practice and encouraging you to find an opportunity to take a similar, somewhat radical step.

Your Weekly Pep Talk

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It’s your turn to talk! How do you use artwork and other memorabilia in your scrapbooks? Have you ever or would you consider cutting up some artwork, like I have?

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2 Comments

  1. Amy M.

    What a great reminder! I have a stack of my children’s artwork that I need to scan in order to include in their albums in a more manageable way … and allow me to let go of some of the paper gathering in our home!

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  2. Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever

    Great ideas Jennifer!

    I’ve already planned to do some scanning, but I also have art work and penmanship on notepad sized paper that will be perfect to trim down a bit and slip into a 4X6 pocket! I may even adhere it to a thin piece of card stock to strengthen it a bit 🙂

    I really like the idea of cutting a larger document into pieces to cover multiple pockets in my PL pages too. Thank you for this week’s Pep Talk! I am still settling in and getting my new computer/scrapbooking area set up for some much needed playtime!

    Happy Monday and have a most splendid week! XO

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