Top 7 Digital Scrapbooking Supply Websites

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Top 7 Digital Scrapbooking Supply Websites
by Jenifer Juris

Find out my list of the top 7 digital scrapbooking supply stores below. Warning: your digital supplies are about to take a big jump in size! 

The hobby of digital scrapbooking comes with many perks:

  • If you make a mistake, you can undo.
  • If you don’t like how the page is turning out, you can start over and not waste any supplies.
  • Digital supplies don’t take up any storage space in your house.
  • Digital scrapbooking kits cost much less than traditional paper supplies. 

Digital scrapbooking supplies can be found in many places online. But unless you know where to look, it can feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. So here are my top 7 digital scrapbooking supply websites, in no particular order:

 

 

  1. The Digital Press

The Digital Press currently has 20+ different designers who sell digital scrapbooking supplies there. At the Digital Press, you can find a handful of template designers and a good number of kit designers. Many of the kit designers create more traditional-looking kits, but they each have their own unique design style and offer a great variety. 

The Digital Press also offers a Monthly Chronicles, which is a monthly Pocket scrapbooking collection. Each month has a new theme and you can customize which part of the collection you wish to purchase. Each Friday is a New Release day, and they also offer awesome sales at different times throughout the year. 

 

 

  1. Sweet Shoppe

The Sweet Shoppe currently has 25+ designers who sell supplies. There are template designers, kit designers, and commercial use designers. The style of kits ranges from traditional, to traditional mixed with artsy grunge. 

Each week, they have a New Release day on Friday, and they offer different sales throughout the year. They also have a Freebie section with a sample from each designer so you can get a feel for their products. 

 

 

  1. The Lilypad

The Lilypad currently has 30+ designers who sell their digital scrapbooking supplies. The designs range from traditional to artsy mixed media. They also have a commercial use section in their store.

The Lilypad offers two monthly subscriptions. The first is the Memory Pockets Monthly subscription, which has a central theme each month. It comes with kits, journaling cards, stickers, and other digital designs that cater to pocket and traditional scrapping. The second is the Mixed Media Monthly subscription, which also has a central theme each month. This subscription comes with papers, elements, and other digital products that have a more artsy mixed media style. They also have a New Release every Friday and they have different sales as well. 

 

 

  1. Pickleberry Pop

Pickleberry Pop has 20+ designers who sell their products there. They sell both personal and commercial use products, and offer a wide range of styles. Everything from traditional to very artsy, to loveable cartoon-like characters, they have it. They also have templates, fonts, and various other digital designs. 

Pickleberry Pop has New Release day on Tuesdays of every week. They also offer different sales throughout the year. 

 

 

  1. Gingerscraps

Gingerscraps has 45+ different designers listed on their site. They sell both personal and commercial use products in a wide variety of styles. Traditional, artsy, cartoon-like, templates, and various other digital products can be found at Gingerscraps. 

Gingerscraps has New Release Day each Friday, and they have many other sales with opportunities to grab some digital supplies at a good price. 

 

 

  1. Scrap Girls

Scrap Girls has 30+ different designers listed. They sell both personal and commercial use products. They have everything from traditional to artsy styles to cartoon-like. You can also find templates, brushes, and various other digital products. 

Scrap Girls also has 3 subscription plans available. The first is the Scrap Girls Club. This monthly subscription has a central theme and comes with a coordinated kit that is large and full of papers, elements, and other digital products. The second plan is the Scrap Simple Club. The Scrap Simple Club is a monthly subscription that gives you access to products that are specifically made for you to be able to customize them yourself. The third is the Scrap Simple club but at a higher price for commercial use. Scrap Girls also has new releases every week.

 

 

  1. OScraps

OScraps currently has 35+ designers listed on their site. They have some traditional, mixed media, artsy, vintage, and a few other styles to pick from. They sell both personal and commercial use products, and they sell templates, kits, and various other digital products. 

OScraps also has a unique subscription plan. Each year, there is a one-time fee that you pay that gives you access to new content each week. The plan is called the 52 Inspirations and Friends. Along with weekly content, there are a host of other benefits that come with the subscription. And unlike other sites, you can purchase previous year’s content. Like all of the other stores, OScraps has new releases on a regular basis.

All of these stores have a lot to offer. Between sales, variety of styles and products, forums, and galleries; each store brings unique opportunities for saving money and finding inspiration. Take a look around and look through the designers. You’ll soon find you have a wishlist a mile long, just like I do! 

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18 Responses

  1. Christina Young
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    Sorry Jenifer. I am always putting 2 n’s in your name even though I do know it is only 1. Habit I think! 🙁

  2. Christina Young
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    You have mentioned all of my favourite sites, Jennifer. And the best is that most of these sites also offer freebies so you can get a taste of each designers style.

  3. Christine
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    I have purchased from most of these. Another advantage of digital files is that at least while they have not retired them if disaster strikes you can redownload the files from the stores, as they generally keep a record of your purchases!

    • Jen White
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      That’s a great point, Christine. You must keep in mind, however, that there is no guarantee any website on the internet will be around in the near or distant future.

  4. Jobascraps
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    digitalscrapbookingstudio.com also is a very very good site.

    • Jen White
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      Thanks for the idea.

  5. Rachel Martin
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    Don’t forget about PixelScrapper.com! It is a subscription site, but it allows you to download 5 kit items ( a paper, an enamel heart, a circular stitch, a flair, a brad, an epoxy star, etc…) each day, free for personal use just for being a non-subscriber. ALL of their scrapbooking items are CU4CU, when acquired using the commercial use subscription (there is a personal use subscription as well.)

  6. Donna
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    Hi Jenifer,
    Thanks so much for this listing. I have also bought from all (except Scrap Girls) in the past 10 years I have been digital scrapping. I have sooooo many kits, that I too don’t even know what I have. I especially like OScraps because their products are generally more artsy which is the style I now like. You should also check out The Digital Scrapbooking Studio. They have 60 designers with all types of products. Many of their designers are also with other shops you mentioned. They are my favorite at this time because of the wide variety of products and generally less costly than OScraps. I am always looking for something new and different. Thanks so much for all your great tips and classes at Digital Scrapper–a long time favorite for learning (and previously for kits).

  7. Marty S Rowe
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    I’ve purchases from all of these sites! I only use Gingerscraps of the ones you’ve mentioned on a regular basis. I’m old and find many of the sites visually cluttered and not appealing to me for browsing. I used to receive newsletters from all of these sites, but found I was on email overload. I’ve re-bookmarked these sites, thanks to you, and will not sign up for all the newsletters. I know I’ll miss out on some freebies, but my stash is huge! Thank you for your post!

    • Marty S Rowe
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      How do I change my photo? It’s at least ten years old!!

      • Jenifer Juris
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        I believe WordPress gets your picture from Gravatar so you’ll need to change it w/ them. Once you do, it can take a few days to see the updated picture.

  8. Kay Morrison
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    Thank you Jennifer for the great list of scrapbooking stores. I have purchased from most all of them in the past. I am still getting use to using PS CC2021 and have not done much scrapping in the past few months.
    I am getting a new monitor this week so maybe I will be able to see and read the sub menus in PS. In the past I waited for PS’s help for an hour and a half and finally gave up when I was attempting to do your last class. Hopefully things will be better in 2021. Happy New Year!

    • Jenifer Juris
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      Hi Kay! I’m so sorry the transition has been hard due to not being able to see it clearly. I really hope the new monitor works and helps you get back to scrapping! 🙂

  9. Kay Cooke
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    This is a perfect post since I just asked this question on the Facebook group. BTW, I just finished Jennifer Juris’ course, An Eye for Edits. Although I thought I corrected my photos fairly well, I learned some valuable tips and methods in this course. The practice session were very helpful. I wish I could go back and correct the photos in all the books that I’ve already created!

  10. Loretta Habig
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    Thanks Jenifer. I have used all of these sites but it was interesting to see them laid out like this and have their strengths and differences noted.

  11. Jane
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    You may not even know about this digital scrapbooking site, but it’s well worth checking out: mymemories.com. While they sell their own digital scrapbooking software, all of the kits (and there are many by many designers) will work with PSE and PSCC. Even better, buyers have lifetime access to their purchases. The kits tend to be more traditional whereas I prefer more artistic, but do take a look.

  12. Laurel
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    Nice! I have shopped at all the stores you listed, depending on the project I am working on. Four others I visit just as frequently are:
    mischiefcircus.com
    e-scapeandscrap.net
    digitalscrapbookingstudio.com
    katiepertietdesigns.com

    Oh my goodness…you are so right…I do have a lot of kits. But they are so versatile, and I mix and match. Since lockdown, I have explored more versatility in my pages. It’s been kind of exciting and soothing.

  13. Bonnie
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    I have purchased from most of these companies thru the years. I have so many things I can’t even find them. I have been with Digital Scrappers since I started years ago, wow I think of all the things you could of charged me for, you are the BEST.

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