16 Online Scrapbook Services
The more that people buy smartphones and tablets, the more that photos will be taken. Many people prefer to have their precious photos printed on a book rather than just having them sit around on a hard drive somewhere. Considering that Thanksgiving is coming up and you will be taking a lot of photos during your family reunion, you may want to take a look at the list of 16 online scrapbook services below:
A Cherry On Top is a popular online scrapbooking website that has different brands, categories, and themes to put together your favorite photo collages.
ClipClip lets you cut, copy, and paste the web. It is like the online version of cutting out articles or pictures from magazines and newspapers and paste them into a book.
CropMom is an online scrapbooking service that lets you create digital scrapbooking pages, photo greeting cards, and digital art using drag-and-drop online scrapbook software.
DaisyTrail is a free website for scrapbookers to share their work. DailyTrail is a scrapbook social network where crafters can meet friends, discuss ideas, and get inspiration for their own scrapbooks. You can download free kits and talk to friendly people. DaisyTrail has thousands of members and have an average of over 1,000 scrapbooks uploaded every week.
Digital Scrambooking lets you capture and create layouts that transform your moments into memories. You can also find digital scrapbooking ideas in the gallery and forums section of the website.
Famento is a service for you to record personal and family history. You can capture your family’s stories, save photos/videos, and honor the memory of a loved one with an online tribute.
FotoBella is a resource for elegant and whimsical scrapbooks. There are themes, colors, and gifts available on the website. Clever Rock Inc. created FotoBella after visiting distant relatives in Italy.
JessicaSprague.com is a digital scrapbooking, digital organization, and photography classes website. JessicaSprague.com has digital products, a project plaza section, brands, a student section, and gifts.
Mixbook lets you start a beautiful online scrapbook with no download required. It is free to create and share and lets you print photos on high quality paper and bindings. You can also choose from a growing library of stickers and backgrounds. You can print the book for a low price too.
MyMemories has digital scrapbook kits, custom gifts, a dollar store, gift certificates, etc. The design club membership gets you 5 kits per month and a 5% discount on select products. Every Friday the company gives away a freebie on their Facebook page too.
One True Media lets you make films after you mix in your photo and video collection with the effects, text, and music. After that you can easily post the video online. One True Media has a mobile app called Vlix that lets you create mobile video effects, text, and sharing.
Scrapbook.com has some of the most extensive features out of all the websites on this list. You can buy scrapbook supplies and create a scrapbook online. There are over 525,000 members on the website and they also have a dollar store. Some of the products include adhesives, albums, cut-outs, etc.
ScrapGirls is a digital scrapbooking service that has forums, a gallery section, and a chat room. If you sign up for their newsletter, you will receive over 380 free downloads each year.
Shutterfly is one of the most largest scrapbook websites. Shutterfly lets you upload an unlimited number of photos and you can instantly create scrapbooks from them. You can also create photo books, cards, stationery, calendars, and home decor using Shutterfly.
Smilebox is another big digital scrapbooking websites. Smilebox has a mobile app that lets you connect with other users. You can create invitations, slideshows, collages, scrapbooks, and cards with Smilebox.
Two Peas In A Bucket has been around since 1999. The website lets you create a scrapbooking gallery, a stamping gallery, and a photography gallery.
This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry