Enter to Win a FREE Class — iNSD Begins Now!

with 5 Comments

April 28, 2020 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 18, Issue 17

Hi there!

I LOVE to see your scrapbook pages.

Through YOUR pages, I get to:

  • Travel the world. I cannot believe the places you’ve been!
  • Experience a bit of history. You are truly blessed with heritage photos.
  • Gather some great recipes. My belly is full and so is my heart.

This week, all around the globe, scrapbookers like you and me are celebrating our love of telling stories through creative expression.

Below you’ll find what we have planned for [inter]National Scrapbooking Day — which starts today and ends this Saturday, May 2. I hope to see you there!

Love and creative success,

Jen White

P.S. The images in this newsletter were created from Life Captured by Karen Schulz.



[inter]National Scrapbooking Day 2020

This week all over the web scrapbookers are celebrating their hobby. How will YOU be celebrating? Here’s what we’ve got planned:

Through Saturday, May 2, 2020:

  1. Download a FREE page template.
  2. Enter our Scrap a Tut & Toot Your Scrap challenge.
  3. Enter to win a FREE class.
  4. Get an exclusive coupon code for savings.

Get the Details on the Blog



Apply Special Savings in Our Classroom

Now through Saturday, May 2, SAVE 25%* using Coupon Code NSD2020. This coupon code applies to any class in our classroom. Need help using a coupon? See How to Use a Coupon Code.

* The special iNSD coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.


5 Responses

  1. Maggie Adair
    | Reply

    I love digital scrapbooking because it is relaxing, it is a creative way to capture my memories, it’s relaxing, there’s a great community of women (and some men) who help inspire and encourage, it’s relaxing, I love it, sigh, yes, I love it

  2. Chasida Zilbiger
    | Reply

    I scrapbook for a long time
    7 year sago I thought to start digital scrapbook
    i tried I bought material but dropped it very quickly
    corona came and I am at home
    I try again
    after few attempts thought to droop it again
    until I found your amazing
    easy clear fun and friendly website

  3. LeeAnn Snare
    | Reply

    I scrapped with paper and all of the physical things that a person could have. Unfortunately, I had no dedicated place to scrap. So much time was spent getting everything out, then making a layout and then putting it all away again. I got through the albums of one of my kids, and started on one of the granddaughters. Now I am DIGITALLY SCRAPPING. Only have to get on my computer and I can start creating! Yay! Of course the learning curve has been substantial in time and cost, but oh so much fun!

  4. Jeanne Rice
    | Reply

    I love digital scrapbooking for the flexibility it offers to be creative and to quickly get pages done. I love learning and expressing myself thru my pages.

  5. Lesa
    | Reply

    You love the feeling of beauty.
    You love the feeling of belonging.
    You love the feeling of connecting.
    You love the feeling of creativity.
    You love the feeling of curiosity.
    You love the feeling of learning.
    You love the feeling of loving.
    You love the feeling of remembering.
    You love the feeling of sharing.
    You love the feeling of storytelling.
    These are why I think you love digital scrapbooking because you love the feeling.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.