Monday, January 11, 2010

February Scrapbook News and Review Magazine Calls

February Scrapbook News and Review Magazine Calls

Scrapbooking By Style
-Faithbooking & Inspirational
-Lists on Your Pages
-Style Spotlight: Fun & Playful
-Toddlers & Tots
-Using Circles on Your Pages

By Style -- In each issue of Scrapbook News and Review Magazine, we feature scrapbook pages by style and skill level. We’re currently looking for pages, either in traditional or digital format, that feature a clearly defined style such as Clean and Simple, Modern and Graphic, Freestyle and Eclectic, Pretty Chic, Whimsical or Fantasy, and more. Please send at least three to five layouts that you feel best represents your work as well as explain in a few brief sentence what style you feel best describes your work.

Faithbooking & Inspirational – New beginnings. Often, we approach the new year with reflections on the past and thoughts and dreams of the future. A wonderful way to express our love and hopes is through faithbooking or uplifting others with inspiring and encouraging words. For this call, we’re looking for projects that express or proclaim your faith as well as projects that inspire others to be their very best.

Lists on Your Pages – List makers unite! Lists are a great way to showcase ideas, quotes, values, and even replace our journaling. No matter what the subject or theme, we’re looking for pages that show a variety of ways to use lists in your scrapbooking.

Style Spotlight: Fun & Playful – Funny pages, funny subjects, funny journaling. Do you tend to make light of your topics? Does your style represent your kooky personality or silly spin on the world? If so, we’d love to see your Fun & Playful pages.

Toddlers & Tots – They’re adorable, delightful and full of surprises. They also make great subjects for some of the most amazing layouts around. We’re looking for projects featuring children under 5 in all their zany, affectionate, and mindblowing glory.

Using Circles on Your Pages – Circles of all sizes, colors, textures and patterns. As part of the background or the main focus, we’re looking for layouts that showcase circles and the nifty tricks you can employ while using them. If you do something a little out of the ordinary, please feel free to include a brief description of how you dressed up or made the circle(s) stand out.

Deadline: February 1, 2010

Please send submissions to only.

Submission Guidelines

Please note that our submission guidelines have changed. It is critical that you adhere to the following guidelines or your artwork will not be considered for publication.

Please submit your pages and projects as such:

All scrapbooking calls are open to a variety of projects, including mini albums, altered projects and home d├ęcor.

Layouts can be any size. For example, 6x6, 8x8, 6x12 or 12x12.

Artwork can be traditional, hybrid or digital (please specify).

The call name must be specified in the subject line of your e-mail.

All submissions must include a SNR username within the body of the e-mail.

There are no restrictions on whether your artwork has been posted to an online gallery, blog or other site, but we respectfully ask that you take it down upon request for publication.

Image Guidelines

Please send images as large as possible and we’ll scale to size. Any image smaller than 650x650 will not be considered for publication.

All images must be free of watermarks or any text unless it’s a part of the picture or project such as stamped or painted on.

You must name or label your image/picture with the title of the layout or the project AND your last name. No generic camera setting labels or your project will be disqualified. An example would be WinterWishesSmith.jpg.

Important Info: You must register on our site before sending in your submissions. This will ensure that we’re able to properly contact you as well as authorize you to view the magazine should your artwork be considered for publication.

Please note that due to the large volume of submissions we receive on a monthly basis, you will only be notified upon acceptance of artwork.

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