SYW085 – All About the Techniques

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.

September 29, 2020

Which techniques are in your comfort zone? Which ones do you want to try? We cover these questions and more in this month’s casual behind-the-scenes episode. Kim and I catch up on life, creativity, and all things Simple Scrapper. You’ll get a sneak peek at Techniques month and our upcoming session of Refresh, our members-only retreat.

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2 Comments

  1. Amy Hanschen

    I have just finished the Techniques podcast (#85) and enjoyed it! To me the word ‘techniques’ means learning points and practice, whether they are new or not. I liked the idea of labeling groups of these learning points by what action is practiced/accomplished. Also, the categories of ‘For Fun’ or ‘’Everyday’, don’t resonate with me! I personally can’t imagine using my time to do anything creative that didn’t bring me joy and fun. Does that mean I hand stitch on every layout? No. But it means that whatever I’ve chosen for that layout is just for fun. I don’t scrapbook, paint, or story tell professionally, so I can breathe and enjoy whatever I get done!

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    • Teaching Assistant - Kim Edsen

      Good point about ‘for fun’ vs. ‘everyday’. Maybe it’s more a mindset, where some days I’m more interested in playing with the products and some I’m more interested in telling the story? Something to think about!

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