Scrapblog™ Brings Creative Freedom to Custom Photo Books and Greeting Cards

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Users can now turn their web-based scrapbooks into high-quality keepsakes.

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Unlike cookie-cutter templates, layouts in Scrapblog can be changed and mixed to create truly personalized keepsakes.

Scrapblog, the leading service for creating and sharing multimedia scrapbooks online, today announced the introduction of its custom printing service.

With more than 3 million scrapbook pages created since its launch in 2007, Scrapblog's free and easy-to-use web-based application offers users the ability share online and now transform their one-of-a-kind scrapbooks into high-quality books, postcards and greeting cards. Scrapblog offers unprecedented creative leeway with hundreds of professionally designed layouts and thousands of creative elements by top artists and scrapbook designers.

"Scrapblog enhances the experience of creating a book or a card online by giving people full creative freedom," said Carlos Garcia, CEO and Founder of Scrapblog. "Unlike cookie-cutter templates, layouts in Scrapblog can be changed and mixed to create truly personalized keepsakes."

Keeping its commitment to quality, all books and cards ordered from Scrapblog are printed on acid-free silk paper, meticulously bound to maximize durability, and manufactured in the United States. Additionally, all Scrapblog printed products use controlled forestry paper bearing the Forest Stewardship Council seal, which guarantees the paper comes from forests that are managed to help conserve natural resources and protect the environment.

"As the most requested feature from our users, printing is a natural extension of the boundless creativity made possible with Scrapblog," said Scrapblog Community Manager Rebecca Saylor. "With Halloween and Christmas quickly approaching, Scrapblog books make a perfect gift for those that want to give and receive something personal and unique, while Scrapblog greeting cards and postcards are great for creating custom invitations, greeting and thank-you cards."

Scrapblog offers unparalleled flexibility, allowing users to create multiple products from the same designs without starting over. Users can mix their photos, videos, audio, text and various expressive elements without any necessary downloads from their computer or their favorite social media sites including YouTube, Photobucket and Flickr. Once created, Scrapblogs can be shared with just a few friends or the entire world as it currently supports direct publishing to Blogger, Typepad, Wordpress, Flickr, MySpace, Facebook and other popular social networking platforms.

Pages made in Scrapblog are safely stored online, which not only eliminates the risk of lost or misplaced creations, but also means that users can access their work from any computer connected to the Internet to continue creating, sharing or printing their scrapbooks.

"Scrapblog allows people to create tangible keepsakes and share their creations online from one single interface," said Garcia. "This duality of product creation and online sharing is the best of both worlds for people who want to share and preserve their memories in the most personalized, creative way."

For full product offering details, photos and pricing, visit http://www.scrapblog.com/print.

About Scrapblog, Inc.:
Scrapblog is the leader in online scrapbooking and offers a free, web-based service for creating and sharing multimedia scrapbooks. Scrapblog's intuitive interface allows users to easily mix their photos, videos, audio, text and thousands of creative elements. Users can share their creations on Scrapblog's online community, through email, or post them on the Web's most popular photo sites and social networks. Users can also turn their creations into high-quality keepsakes, including books and greeting cards. Scrapblog is based in Miami, Florida. To explore and try Scrapblog, please visit http://www.scrapblog.com. For a quick video tutorial of Scrapblog, visit http://www.scrapblog.com/quicktour.

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