Anna Griffin goes digital with Scrapblog

Award-winning craft designer and paper personality, Anna Griffin, announced a partnership with Scrapblog, the first craft on the Web and leading service for creating and sharing scrapbooks online, today at the summer CHA conference.

Crafters of all ages and varieties will soon be able to incorporate Anna Griffin’s timeless designs into their multimedia scrapbooks created at

“With digital photography growing in popularity, it is only natural that the next big thing for scrapbooking and crafting be digital,” said Anna Griffin. “We pride ourselves on innovation and trend setting, so for us, partnering with Scrapblog, a leader within the digital crafting community, to bring our papers and embellishments to the web just makes sense.”

“The quality and elegance of Anna’s creations has been an inspiration to us at Scrapblog since our beginnings,” said Scrapblog Founder and CEO Carlos Garcia. “Offering Anna Griffin’s designs is a major milestone for Scrapblog and for the growth of digital scrapbooking.”

Enjoyed by both paper and digital scrapbookers, Scrapblog celebrated its one year anniversary in April with more than 2.4 million Scrapblog pages. Using Scrapblog’s easy-to-use, Web-based software, Digital scrapbooks created with Anna Griffin’s content can be shared online with friends and family on, through email or social networks like MySpace and Facebook.

“Creating Scrapbook pages in minutes is the norm with this user-friendly application, and you don’t have to deal with the mess,” adds Griffin. “The days of downloading your digital photos to sit in a folder are over; say hello to technology that actually allows you to display those photos in a fun and creative way!”

Users will also be able to print their scrapblogs on high quality and fully personalized photo-books, greeting cards and calendars in August. Anna Griffin digital scrapbook designs will also be available at scrapbooking retailers via pre-paid cards that can be used on Scrapblog’s service.

Anna Griffin’s digital scrapbooking content will be available in Scrapblog in the coming months. Her designs have been featured in CardMaker, For the Bride, Scrap and Stamp, Creating Keepsakes, Stationary Trends, Lucky Magazine, Paper Creations, Better Homes and Gardens, Memory Makers and Scrapbooking & Beyond.

Scrapblog’s premier Web-based scrapbooking application will also be available via