Do you LOVE Pinterest but think how much more you would love a place with only visual scrapbooking inspiration? I knew someone would eventually come up with a Pinterest for Scrapbookaholics, and she did.
ScrapStacks looks and pins like Pinterest, but you can only stack your own projects, layouts, tutorials, and products. You can get a “Stack” button that works very similar to a Pinterest button.
You can upload your own layouts from your harddrive to Scrap Stacks or use links to layouts from your blog, galleries.
What Can Be Posted on Scrap Stacks?
- Your Layouts and Projects
- Your Blog Posts (I’ll be Stacking this post)
- Your Tutorials
- Your Products (a limit of 5 new posts per person, per day)
Here I Stack My Own Designs – FOLLOW ME!
What Can Be Restacked on Scrap Stacks?
You can reStack anything from Stack as much as you want, whenever you want. Possible Stacks:
- Color Inspiration
- Scraplift Worthy Layouts
- Wish List
- Hybrid Ideas
- Art Journaling
Add a ScrapStacks Button to Your Blog
How are you going to SHARE your stacks with others? You know how most blogs have Facebook and Twitter buttons? Just addd a SS button to your blohe g.Get tset of Scrap Stacks social media icons here.
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Number One Rule
You can only “Stack” (similar to pinning) your own work (layouts, kits, tutorials you wrote, cards, hybrid projects, etc.), but you can re-Stack anything that’s already there. Meaning, you can “shop” ScrapStacks and build your own wish list! Designers cansta stack their designs. Scrappers can stack their layouts. FUN, FUN, FUN!
I visit daily. You can read tutorials on Scrap Stacks about how to:
- Set up your profile
- Seeing Who Liked and reStacked Your Work
- Finding Your Friends
- Creating Scrap Stacks
- Adding an Image to Scrap Stacks