Digital magazines for the digital scrapper

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.

February 21, 2009

With the recent discontinuation of Digital Scrapbooking Magazine in its print form, digiscrappers have been left to seek inspiration in print magazines on traditional scrapping or bring their dollars to e-magazines. This post will highlight the monthly e-zine options available to the digi community. Since we’re on this journey together, I’m interested in finding out from YOU which publication is totally worth the money!

Artisan Notebook
Cost: 3 months for $9.99 or single issues for $4.99
Description: “Each month the notebook brings its readers the brightest and best in the digital scrapbook industry. The magazine is filled with inspirational articles from the industry’s leading artists. In addition you will find program tutorials, instructions on design and lots of surprise goodies.”

Bella Scraps
Cost: 1 year for $45 or single issues for $4.95
Description: “Bella Scraps MagazineTM is a neutral, non-site-related online magazine bringing you the best and latest in digital scrapbooking and hybrid designers, scrappers, kits, techniques, projects, and more!”

Digital Artist Magazine
Cost: 1 year for $48 or single issues for $6
Description: “Digital Artist Magazine is a top-quality publication for the digital and hybrid scrapbooking community. Our staff members and creative team are dedicated to the concept of providing our readership with inspiring layout designs, informative articles, and innovative techniques.”

DST Insider
Cost: Free
Description: This completely free publication from the staff of DigiShopTalk is full of inspiration, interviews and assistance. Published monthly, readers have opportunities around the community to submit layouts for challenges and calls.

Scrapbook Dimensions
Cost: 6 issues for $24 or single issues for $6
Description: “If you are truly serious about learning digital and/or hybrid, then this is the place.  Our focus and goals are to provide you with the best inspiration and education for hybrid scrapbooking – meaning, teaching you the many ways you can use the computer to aid you in your scrapbooking projects.”

Do you read any of these? What do you think? Which is your favorite? In future posts, Simple Scrapper will provide a more in-depth review of each publication including your comments!

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1 Comment

  1. Marcie Howe

    Great list of magazines! I still miss the printed versions! I read the DST insider.

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