The dynamic duo that launched Canadian Scrapbooker 10 years ago has announced that they are changing the magazine’s name to Creative Scrapbooker.
Katharina Doyle (Co-Founder & Publisher) and Jackie Ludlage (Co-Founder & Editor-In-Chief) have also announced that they will be making the magazine available in the USA at select Barnes & Noble stores.
“After 10 years of developing a reputation as an inspirational and technique-rich magazine that is available in both print and digital formats, this new name will embrace their international growth plans,” says Scott Bullock, newsstand strategist. “Newsstand sales of this high quality publication have been up for six straight issues over the past year and a half.”
The new name debuts with the Spring 2016 issue, which goes on sale February 29th, 2016. The magazine’s cover price remains $11.99.
“We are pleased to take this opportunity to rebrand and rename our magazine to showcase the talent we have in Canada, and we now invite our international readers to be a part of each upcoming issue. We hve grown into a company that has global reach, and we want to reflect that within our magazine, ” say Jackie Ludlage. “We will continue to have the same dedicated, energetic, and creative team that our readers and followers have come to know and love.”
“Our name change to Creative Scrapbooker reflects the importance of our social media identity. We feel this is the right time to re-brand and grow,” says Katharina Doyle.
Canadian Scrapbooker was created in 2005 and has become an innovative global leader in the paper crafting industry. The magazine was the dream of two women in Alberta, who set out to give Canadian paper crafters a voice.