7 Of The Best Scrapbooking Blogs To Follow

Scrapbooking is part craft project and part memory preservation, sprinkled with tons of fun and creativity.



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The sky is the limit when it comes to scrapbooks. In any craft store, you’ll find aisles of crafting scissors, books, stickers, and paper products that will help you create a one-of-a-kind album for your photos.


There are also a ton of scrapbooking blogs out there, too. These blogs are written by individuals or companies who seek to inspire, teach, and share scrapbooking ideas and techniques.



Bonus: We added these other top scrapbooking sites to explore:

@JenGallacher


@silhouetteam


@ScrapGirls

Established in 2004, Scrap Girls was one of the first online sites to provide a one-stop experience for digital scrapbooking with supplies, classes, and a vibrant online community. Today, the SG Design Shop continues to provide high-quality digital graphics for memory keeping, photography, and commercial craft-related businesses. Our Shop is filled with unique ready-to-use products and customizable templates – all available for instant downloading! Our talented designers create new supplies weekly, so you’ll always find something in our shop to inspire your creativity and complement your layouts and projects.


If you’re ready to dive a little deeper into the scrapbooking world, we recommend starting with these seven other blogs.


Above Rubies Studio


You’ll find a wealth of content and posts on DIY crafts, scrapbooking, and card-making on Megan Elizabeth’s blog. Stop by the Get Started with AboveRubiesStudio page first so you don’t have to wander aimlessly through the 400 videos and 1,000 posts that are featured throughout the site.


Digital Scrapbooking Studio


“Digital Scrapbooking Studio, affectionately known as The Studio, is owned by Toiny Westberry. The number one goal of our site is to have happy customers, happy scrapbookers, and happy designers. Originally known as Stone Accents Studio (SAS), the site was started by Julie O. back in 2007. Toiny bought the site on March 2009 and officially rebranded as The Studio in December 2009.”


My Pink Stamper


This blog has a ton of video tutorials for just about any type of scrapbooking project you can imagine. They also have lots of original and interesting products you can purchase that will give your scrapbooking project a unique look.


Paperclipping


This site is dedicated to helping passionate scrapbookers perfect their craft. When you join Paperclipping, you get more than great content and access to tutorials—you also become part of a large and active community.


Scrapbook Circle


This blog was created as a joint venture between two friends who shared a love of scrapbooking and keeping their memories close. Several different designers all contribute posts to this site, which will give you plenty of ideas for your next project.


Susan Weinroth


A blog that’s a part photo gallery of her life and part scrapbooking walk-throughs, Susan Weinroth’s beautiful site will leave you wanting more. She makes quilts, blogs about album creations, and creates gorgeous scrapbooks. With three boys to take care of she may not blog as much as she used to, but you’ll find plenty of inspiring posts throughout her site.


We R Memory Keepers


According to their site, the company behind this blog has been creating products to help scrapbookers for over 90 years. One of the best posts—which is currently making its way around Pinterest—is the one about the Tab Punch style.  This style is very handy for adding and organizing several photos on one album page.



Editor’s Note: Stickers and glue can potentially damage your original prints so make sure you have backups. Before using any original print photo in a scrapbooking project, send them to us so we can scan and digitize in order to ensure the preservation of your memories.