With announcements like this one from Paperclipping and the end of the Layout a Day website it's no surprise that the scrapbooking industry is changing. Here is a list of current scrapbook education sites for your learning pleasure.
Big Picture Classes
Cultivate your need to create by learning at your own pace, on your own schedule, from the experts. Learn top-quality content from expert teachers (including me!), crafters, and makers ready to share their expertise through videos, step by step photos, written lessons, chat, and more. BPC offers a free trial. After the trial, membership is just $9.95 a month. Click to learn more about Big Picture Classes.
Get It Scrapped
Are you recording the stories of those photos you’re taking? Are you noting the details that will trigger rich memories later on? Or are the photos piling up, unculled and unlabeled, in your ever-growing cloud drive?
Debbie Hodge, the owner of Get It Scrapped, wants you to make sure future generations aren’t left guessing whose house that is in the picture, or what kind of car is parked behind the kids playing on the sidewalk, or who those kids even are.
Click to learn more about Get It Scrapped.
The membership at Simple Scrapper offers a supportive community and exclusive content for stress-free scrapbooking. You’ll learn how to finally let go of procrastination, frustration, and guilt so you can save time and scrapbook more of your memories. A membership at Simple Scrapper is $15 a month. Click to learn more about Simple Scrapper.
Scrapaneers is your home for digital scrapbooking classes, tips, and techniques from top digital scrapbooking experts. With a variety of classes and live events to choose from you are sure to satisfy your education needs. Click to learn more about Scrapaneers.
The ScrapGals are two real-life scrapbookers, Tiffany Lowder and Tracie Claiborne, who host a weekly podcast and blog about scrapbooking! Click to listen to a ScrapGals podcast.
The DigiScrap Geek Podcast is a place to talk about modern, geeky memory keeping. Click to listen to a DigiScrap Geek podcast.