Plan Your Creative Year Now!

Now Available: 2016 Planner

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 2, 2015

You’ve got so many memories and even more ideas of how you could document them. That’s the catch-22 of being a scrapbooker. You take on this deeply personal hobby to capture your stories in a creative way, but life goes so fast that it’s hard to keep up.

In 2012 I first started to scope out plans for what would become my Focus program, now a key component of our membership experience. I tried to figure out the one thing that could help a memory keeper stop feeling overwhelmed by it all – and start having fun again.

The solution was simple: write it all down.

We’re used to doing this for our everyday activities (i.e. grocery lists) and for our scrapbook journaling, but what if those overlapped? Could we apply the logistical skills of managing daily life to actually feel more empowered and prepared to scrapbook?

The first Simple Scrapper planner pages were delivered via Focus in 2013 and with each year, I’ve revised and refined the concept through my Start Fresh events and Start Fresh Anytime e-course.

For 2016, I’m taking these concepts to the next level and today represents the kick-off for this new era. To celebrate, I’m offering the Simple Scrapper Planner as a standalone purchase for the first time.


With the 2016 Simple Scrapper Planner, I’m offering those who already enjoy (or are eager to try) paper planning a very clear path into merging the organization of everyday life with their hobby.

It includes 100 printable planning worksheets (in five of the most common sizes) that bridge your day-to-day activities with the creative urges perpetually in the back of your mind.

As memory keepers were know that it’s so much more than a hobby – and I believe that it’s what we do in the rest of life to make space for “me time” that makes the difference between frustration and satisfaction.

If you’re ready for a more purposeful scrapbooking experience, I’d love for you to consider our planner as the well-designed, flexible foundation you’ve been waiting for.

Check out the all-new 2016 Simple Scrapper Planner and grab the special launch pricing before it ends on Sunday.

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  1. Ann

    Jennifer – First off, thank you for the fantastic planner. I am excited to get it printed and start using it. As I printed some pages this morning to start brainstorming how I will be using it, I thought about Ali’s Monthly Story Kits and use the Project Page – Each month, I listen to her videos, take notes and then never seem to do anything with this because they get lost in the shuffle of life. I think this will be a great place to capture the monthly theme, take the notes, note the products and if they were used specifically, page ideas that could grow to other ideas. I will not if I downloaded the kit, organized it on my computer and them mark is the ideas were done. Thank you, thank you. ~Ann

    • Jennifer Wilson

      Fantastic insight Ann. Yes, those project pages would just be perfect for tackling each Story Kit!


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