3 Bits of Great Scrapping Advice + Boogie Week

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March 16, 2021  |  Digital Scrapper News  |  Volume 19, Issue 11

Hi there!

Has your scrapbooking to-do list been piling up? Mine has.
Here’s some great advice from my personal to-do list:

Make Someone’s Day
Everyone LOVES to get a card in the mail, especially when that card is designed by you and it has their name on it.

  • I want to make some birthday cards for my nieces, nephews, and grandsons. They LOVE to get mail, and a card with their name on it, really makes their birthday special.

Don’t Let Photos Pile up!!
Is this a scrapbooking thing? You bet! Photos are the most important thing on your scrapbook pages. If you don’t have them ready to scrap, you won’t get them scrapped.

  • I need to get my most recent photos downloaded from my phone and camera and get them organized. Putting this off only makes things worse.

Unpack and Organize Supplies
You will not use what you cannot see. Letting new supplies sit in your Downloads folder is a waste of money.

  • I bought some beautiful kits in the last month. But unless I unpack them and get them introduced into my Scrapbook folder, I will not use them. I cannot stand the idea of wasted money.

Whew! I promise to hold you accountable, if you do the same for me! Let’s do this together. Boogie Week is this week. Get the details below.

Love and creative success,

Jen White

P.S. New classes are coming, I promise! All four instructors are close to publishing. Woot!

P.P.S. Tent card above was created using my free Tent Card Template and Mothers & Daughters kit by Karen Schulz.

P.P.P.S. The header above was created using Shine Bright by Dawn By Design.




Get Stuff DONE This Week
For the next 5 days, we are pulling together to help you get things done. Spend 15 minutes per day for 5 days in a row to finish any dangling classes or projects, or just get more organized.

Join others who are boogying this week in Community.

Do you need to be a member of Community in order to boogie? No way! Boogie Week is for YOU, no matter where you’re joining me from.

Image credits: This Is Me – March by Karen Schulz.


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