Thursday, March 20, 2008

Call for Hybrid Projects for Publication - Due May 1, 2008

Subject: Volume 2, Issue 3 - MAGAZINE CALLS
Deadline: MAY 1, 2008

Scrapbook Dimensions magazine is for artists who wish to enhance their creativity by embracing and blending the traditional paper products with digital products. Our readership reaches an international audience. We are the very first magazine to focus on "hybrid" scrapbooking. Now you can also connect with over 600 hybrid scrappers at our social network too.

We want to feature art that reaches new levels
of creativity.

Now for the first time traditional scrapbookers can find helpful instruction, ideas and products that will allow them to expand their love of scrapbooking by using their computer, while digital scrapbookers can learn to incorporate some of the traditional products into their designs giving them a whole new dimension to explore.

Each issue of Scrapbook Dimensions Magazine showcases
new scrapbooking techniques providing both beginner and more advanced artist with fun and innovative ideas.

Our first issue is available to download at

If you would like to contribute to Volume 2, Issue 3, Scrapbook Dimensions is currently requesting: (scroll down to read Submission Instructions at bottom)

- Hybrid Projects / Layouts focused on School Starting (preparation, the first day of school, traditions you do before the year begins, etc.)

- Hybrid Projects / Layouts - Scrapping Autumn when the Leaves Don't Turn

- Hybrid Projects / Layouts featuring Halloween Costumes

- Hybrid Cards

- Hybrid Altered Art

- Hybrid Party Favors

- Hybrid Halloween Decorations / Bags

- Hybrid Projects / Layouts with CRACKLING TECHNIQUES (digital and traditional)

- Hybrid Projects / Layouts with INKING TECHNIQUES (digital and traditional)

- Hybrid Projects - Go "batty" - unique ways to use Autumn and Halloween themed embellishments and papers

* If you are a traditional scrapper, show us how you can use the computer to add to your scrapping projects.
* If you are a digital scrapper, show us how you can include a hands-on approach.


Artwork may have been previously posted and viewed on-line but may not have been published before in a magazine or feature article.

If your project doesn't fit the categories, still submit!
SCRAPBOOK DIMENSIONS MAGAZINE ACCEPTS GENERAL ENTRIES ON AN ONGOING BASIS for possible inclusion in the magazine or other ongoing projects.

Let us know if you have an idea for an article, project, or special technique by emailing

2 print copies of the magazine

To submit

1.Please state in the subject line of your email which issue and which category you are submitting to.

2. Please include your name, address, email, and daytime phone number.

3.Submit your scanned or digital image at 72 dpi, Emails must be no larger than 500 mb.

4.You must be able to supply detailed instructions to your project.

5.It is essential that you point out which part is using traditional methods and which part uses technology (i.e. computer, software, etc) even though it may seem obvious.

6.All submissions need a supply list

Send your project to

Questions, comments, and suggestions are all welcome in our forums.