What is Stash Bash?

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Registration is open for the October 14-18 Stash Bash event. This is the first time open enrollment has been available and I’m excited to formally introduce Stash Bash to you!

What is Stash Bash?
Stash Bash is a one-of-a-kind five day virtual event to help you use, declutter, and organize your paper or digital scrapbook stash. Here’s a short video introduction:

How is Stash Bash different?
Stash Bash is not an organizing 101 class, though you will take away new knowledge and ideas. Instead it uses a series of fun challenges to help you streamline your stash and be energized to tackle even more.

What will I get out of Stash Bash?
After successfully completing the challenges, you will have a smaller stash, a cleaner workspace, and more motivation to make organization a habit.

How do I participate in Stash Bash?
Stash Bash takes place entirely in a private Facebook group. Since many people are already on Facebook multiple times a day, this makes it easy to check in and stay engaged in the event on your own time.

Why is Stash Bash during the week?
I want you to spend your precious weekend time making and keeping memories, not managing your scrapbook supplies. Each challenge takes less than 30 minutes to complete, so by the weekend you’ll be ready to get creative.

How much does Stash Bash cost?
I wanted to make it easy for anyone to participate in Stash Bash because it gives you a taste of what Simple Scrapper is about and my teaching style. Stash Bash is only $16.

How do I register for Stash Bash?
Click here to get further details and sign up.

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  1. Renee Toomey

    Just signed up. Looking forward to it!

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      Thanks so much!

  2. Trena

    This sounds really good, but I don’t have Facebook.

    • Jennifer S. Wilson

      You can certainly create a free Facebook account and lock down the security if that is your concern. I’m sorry if hosting the event in a Facebook group excludes you (or others), it’s the best technology option to facilitate high levels of interaction at this time.


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