This month the Simple Scrapper Book Club is reading Craft a Life You Love. Let the colorful approach of industry hero Amy Tangerine inspire you to look at scrapbooking in whole new ways.
New to the Book Club?
Each month we read a non-fiction selection and have a conversation connecting the ideas to scrapbooking. Discussion guides are free for all and posted on the 3rd of each month. Monthly chats take place in our member community, generally on the last Thursday of the month.
If you enjoy books about self-improvement, creativity, happiness, and storytelling, this is the club for you. Because the chosen books are non-fiction, there are no spoilers. That means you are welcomed and encouraged to participate whether or not you finished (or even started) the book. The intent is to share ideas at the intersection of intentional living and scrapbooking.
Our fundamental question for the book club is:
What can we take away that would add more joy or ease to memory keeping?
Hi jennifer, I listen to the podcast SYW020 yesterday, I love it and I laugh a couple of times… I learn new things every time I read or listen a new one… I like the idea how to take a selfie, good tricks… Also not too many things fo choose for a layout goes fast like memoriables, keep one and trow on away, same for school items,,,
that’s true it is hard and long to choose through a big pile… I like the word period ! to finish a layout..lol Today I took fresh air and think what I have to do for the flowers and the lawn, the snow is not gone since very long.. I found a couple of helpers lol… Tonight I translate the new guide “Craft a life you love with Amy T. I love the quotes 151, 83,106… Also I like the idea of batching to make a new album… Now I’m going to take my hot chocolat and read June Spark. They are always so nice and filled with new ideas that help for journaling.. Thanks a lot for everything you do for us… Good night Jennifer! Carmelle xxx
I love that you’re making connections and gaining new insights about your own process from the podcast. Cheers!
Thanks for your little word! Carmelle