It’s hard to believe, but we now have a full year of Paper Crafts available digitally. That’s six issues and 552 pages of inspiration, how-to, and insight right at your keyboard!
We’ve been learning how to use our digital issues right alongside all of you, and every time you ask a question we get to learn something new ourselves as we dig in and find the answer. The most popular question recently has been how to access the archives if you’re reading the most current issue.
Simple, right? But that’s not my favorite tip…did you know that you can jump directly to a column or feature right from the Table of Contents pages? This is so handy and I use it all the time.
Even better than that – any photo or other page reference on the entire Table of Contents will direct link you to that part of the issue if you just hover your mouse over it. Pretty cool, huh?
One last tip for this little tutorial, and it’s something we’ve been so excited to bring you in each issue. Did you know that our digital issues are actually about 12-15 pages bigger than our print issues? Yep, we add exclusive digital content to almost every feature and sometimes even a column.
If you’re a print subscriber and haven’t already set yourself up for digital access, you can do that HERE. I think one of the best parts of digital access is the early delivery of each issue. You receive an email with a link to the new issue about a week before print copies are even mailed out, so you get the very first look at all the paper crafting inspiration coming your way.
Which reminds me…ANOTHER quick tip:
Okay, now I’m REALLY done. But if you have any questions or ideas, I’d love to hear them so please leave a comment so I know what kind of lessons to include in my next how-to post. Maybe downloading the issue to your desktop so it’s portable? Or how to print one or all pages in the issue? Speak up!