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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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