21 Resources for Creative Scrapbookers

This Resource List is not ranked in any particular order.
It is a collection of great resources for Paper and Digital Scrapbookers everywhere to help boost your scrapbooking creativity.
Grab a cup of coffee, browse and enjoy.

  1. front-screen.jpgStep by Step Digital Scrapbook:A great new website that’s specifically designed for digital scrapbooking beginners. It offers lots of getting started information and videos and can even provide a hand-holding mentoring program to take away that learning curve confusion.
    Paper Scrapbookers and Beginners to Digital Scrapbooking
  2. DFCKR:

    Flickr for Designers. A pool of photos covering everything from magazine covers and vintage advertisements to street art. Packed with inspiration.
    All Scrapbookers

  3. Paperclipping 22 – More Ways to Lead the Eye:

    Paperclipping offers some great video tutorials featuring various techniques for traditional scrapbookers. I’ve selected this episode because it relates to layout design and can be applied to all forms of scrapbooking. But there’s a list of other tutorials in the sidebar.
    All Scrapbookers

  4. Deviant Art:

    Another great place for brilliant graphics inspiration. Some great ideas to spark creative scrapbook layouts here.
    All Scrapbookers

  5. Digital Photography School:

    A great and popular blog covering all things about digital photography. If you’re interested in improving your digital photography skills, this is a must read for you.
    All Scrapbookers

  6. YouTube Scrapbooking Tutorials:

    Some handy techniques that you may not have tried here. You can find my digital scrapbooking video tutorials here, But for a much larger and clearer version I suggest you view them here.
    All Scrapbookers

  7. Scrap Girls University:

    A great resource for scrapbookers. All sorts of materials to get you started or help you to improve your skills. SGU caters for Traditional Scrapbookers as well as Digital Scrapbookers.
    All Scrapbookers

  8. Cre.ations.net:

    A place where people publish anything they’ve created. All sorts of stuff here to translate into scrapbooking.
    All Scrapbookers

  9. Famous Fonts:

    A collection of fonts based on well known brands. Includes TV show fonts, movie fonts, corporate fonts etc.
    All Scrapbookers

  10. 10 Top Ways to Rekindle Your Scrapbooking Inspiration:

    10 ideas to get that scrapbooking mojo flowing.
    All Scrapbookers

  11. Hummie’s World Title Library:

    Searching for that perfect Title? Scroll through the amazing catalog of title ideas at Hummie’s World. You’ll never be at a loss for a Title again.
    All Scrapbookers

  12. Circle of Crafters – Teabag Folding

    Teabag folding creates fabulous looking elements for use on cards or scrapbook layouts. Create a look that’s a little bit different.
    Paper Scrapbookers

  13. Digital Scrapbook Designer Professionals

    A web site set up specifically to help and guide digital scrapbookers who are wanting to create a business out of their hobby.
    Digital Scrapbookers

  14. Paper Wishes Weekly Webisodes:

    An archive of great video tutorials for Traditional Scrapbookers. Although the focus of the videos is on Hot off the Press Products, the content is really worthwhile and if you check out the Project Gallery there are some printable instructions for making many of the projects illustrated in the videos.
    Paper Scrapbookers

  15. Poetry.org:

    This site has a great collection of links to all sorts of poetry. Just the thing when you’re searching for ‘the right’words to put on your journaling tag.
    All Scrapbookers

  16. Scrappin’ Fun Fonts:

    Ever wished you could use your own handwriting on your digital scrapbook layouts? Or maybe you just prefer to use a computer for your journaling on your traditional layouts but wish it would look more personal. Scrappin’ Fun Fonts will create a font in your own handwriting for a small charge. How cool is that?
    All Scrapbookers

  17. Scrapbook and Cards Today:

    A free downloadable scrapbooking magazine that comes out quarterly.
    Paper Scrapbookers

  18. Five Freebies on Friday:

    And let’s not forget the library of Freebie links that has been accumulated on Scraps of Mind. Some fabulous resources there with scrapbooking kits and element to really get that layout inspiration jumping.
    Digital Scrapbookers

  19. Peter Callesen’s 3D Paper Art:

    Seeing the amazing things this guy can do with a sheet of A4 paper has got to set those creative juices flowing.
    Paper Scrapbookers

  20. Giggle Poetry:

    Need some journaling ideas for your kid’s scrapbook layouts? Grab some great examples of children’s poetry and some lessons in how to write in that style yourself.
    All Scrapbookers

  21. Free Word Art at Scraps of Mind - 3 pieces of original Word Art delivered to your inbox each week
    Scraps of Mind Weekly Word Art Newsletter:

    And how could I not plug my Word Art Newsletter here? Build a collection of original design Word Art to create instant scrapbook layout titles or journaling. Join my free newsletter and get three pieces of Word Art delivered to your inbox each week.
    All Scrapbookers

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14 Responses to 21 Resources for Creative Scrapbookers

  1. Alex Kay February 22, 2008 at 9:55 am #

    Great resource Karen!

    I’m not a scrapbooker, but I did discover a few new things on that list…

    Thanks! :)

  2. Antoinette February 23, 2008 at 9:46 am #

    Wonderful list! This will keep me occupied :)
    Thanks Karen

  3. karooch February 23, 2008 at 11:41 am #

    It was a lot of fun compiling it too. I’m glad you bot found it useful.

  4. Raymond Chua February 25, 2008 at 10:50 pm #

    Oh my god. That’s a very very long list, Karen.

    Thanks for the resources.

    It helps me a lot in the process of creating a vision board. :)

    Raymond Chua’s last blog post..How Often Do You Feel Relax?

  5. Cindy February 26, 2008 at 1:23 am #

    Great List Karen. I look forward to going through it and snatching up a couple of great resources.

  6. karooch February 26, 2008 at 7:34 am #

    Hey I never thought of that Raymond. What a good idea.

    I think you’ll find a couple of resources in this list that you’ll really enjoy Cindy. But the interests in searching though it has a fun value too.

  7. Olga March 14, 2008 at 9:25 pm #

    Terrrific list and very extensive, thanks so much for sharing all these tips with us. :)
    Best wishes. :O)

  8. Marlene Lehman June 22, 2011 at 10:29 pm #

    This is a great list! There is soooo much information to be found but it’s particularly nice to have some help. Thank you so much.

    • karooch June 23, 2011 at 8:39 am #

      Thanks Marlene. Glad to be of help. There’s some great stuff out there.


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