ScrapSubmit.com

Many scrapbookers frequently submit their work to different pages calls with hope that their layout will be chosen for publication in scrapbooking magazines. There are other scrapbookers who choose to just enjoy their pages with their friend and family. Others might just think that it is too much bother to follow page calls and create submissions. Whatever your opinion may be about getting published, you may be interested in checking out a site called ScrapSubmit.com.

ScrapSubmit.com is a site that will make the submitting process easier on you if it is something that you are interested in doing.

You do need to register to have access to the information and to be able to submit your work though the site. The registration process was very fast and easy.

One of my favorite things about this site it that everything is FREE!

The most interesting part of the site is the page that lists of the current submissions calls from all of the major scrapbooking magazines. Having all of this information in one place is a big time saver because you don’t have to spend time searching through each magazine’s website to find the current call information.

If you see a call that you like, you can submit your picture of your project and all of the details through the site. They say that your submission is nicely formatted with all of the necessary information for the call.

You can also create a ScrapBio where you can list places that you have been published, scrapbook related work you have done and design teams you have worked on. This could be a good way to organize all of your information if you are interested in finding more scrapbook related opportunities.

You can save all of your submitted work in a ScrapFolio. You can make these photos public or keep them private. This is a good way to organize your submitted work and keep it on file in case another call comes around that would be appropriate for your creation.

If you are looking to be published, you should check out this site and see if any of the pages calls are for you.

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