Scrapbookers: Have you checked out the latest Disney digital supplies?

A few examples that can be found on scrapblog

A few examples that can be found on scrapblog

There are many popular Web sites for creating custom photo projects, such as scrapbooks or calendars. But now there is one with exclusive digital Disney content for such projects; Scrapblog has been named “the official memory-maker for Disney’s D23.”

Scrapblog users can decorate their digital photo projects with stickers and backgrounds featuring Mickey, Minnie and the classic crew, plus beloved Disney feature-film characters such as Ariel, Tinker Bell and the Mad Hatter. This content is available in the “general admission” section to all users.

In addition to its new Disney selection, Scrapblog has also created content that is available exclusively to D23 members. All members of this fan community can access free content that includes D23 logos, Disney character sketches and special backgrounds, some of which will only be available for a limited time. Premium paid assets, which can be purchased by D23 members with Scrapblog credits, include D23 first anniversary logos and stickers and backgrounds of full-color character sketches of Donald Duck, Tinker Bell and other favorites.

A number of D23 themes, stickers and backgrounds will also be available on Share the Love, Scrapblog’s recently launched Facebook application. Share the Love instantly arranges a user’s Facebook photos into a unique photo collage that can be easily shared with friends and family.

Until now, the two most popular online options for Disney scrapbookers were Disney’s own PhotoPass site and Creative Memories’ digital division. At, users can upload their own photos and work with professional photos shot in the theme parks and stock professional photos of the characters and parks. Users create what they like — a pre-designed album or other photo products — and pay for the finished product.

At, scrapbookers must first buy the Storybook Creator Plus software before they produce their creations. The site carries pre-made Disney templates for purchase, and users will pay for their finished products.

Scrapblog software is free to use, but some stickers and backgrounds require users to either purchase credits via credit card or by earning credits by signing up with a sponsor of the site. Users also can earn credits for taking surveys. Physical prints of scrapblog pages must be purchased.

The Scrapblog store featuring D23 content joins over 30 branded stores in Scrapblog’s virtual marketplace. Users can create digital photo creations for any event with Scrapblog’s stickers, backgrounds and themes. Now that recent family trip to a Disney destination is no exception.

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