Scrapbook & Cards Today is a brand new Canadian scrapbook magazine. It will be released soon and will be available through stores around Canada as well as by subscription. Currently, if you visit the website and click on Magazine, you can download a copy of the premier issue. This is a free download and is available in it’s entirety or you can download in sections by magazine category. The premier issue offers a free sketch, a free template for using more photos on your layouts, a free digital camera giveaway and some expert advice on choosing background papers and scrapbooking your garden. There is also a “What’s New” section that shows us what is to come in the Summer 2006 issue.
The magazine is the first free to consumer Canadian quarterly scrapbook and card magazine. Scrapbook & Cards Today Inc. will be published quarterly, and is available by subscription. The good news is that once the magazine is available by subscription, it will be free for consumers. You will still have to pay Canadian postage however.
If you want to submit your scrapbook pages, any cards or an article you’ve written to the magazine, you can do that from their web page by clicking on the submission button. There are submission guidelines available on the site as well as a submission form.
Scrapbook & Cards Today Inc. is dedicated to giving consumers a “back to basics” approach to scrapbooking and card making. This is a refreshing change for many scrapbookers in this fast-growing industry as designs take on a more advanced level daily. However, they will also be offering more challenging ideas and techniques to advance your creativity and take you further with your scrapbooking.
The company’s motto is “Enhancing creativity, one page at a time”. They are dedicated to a value system which includes: Balance, Creativity, Lifestyle, Individuality, Respect for the Environment, and Giving Back to the Community. Each of these values is addressed on their website and is what makes up their magazine as a whole.
Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine promises to bring a new level of scrapbooking and card making to this advancing industry.