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Scrapblog, a website where users can create and share scrapbooks, has received $2.5 million in funding firm Walt Disney’s Steamboat Ventures.

The San Francisco company touts the ease-of-use it offers for creating online scrapbooks. The scrapbooks combine user photos with themes, animations, and text of your choice into a slick-looking presentation built on Adobe’s Flash technology. Once you’ve created one, you can share the content on the site, on social networking sites like Facebook, and even print a physical copy (basically a photo album) — it’s the printing that costs money.

The funding was first revealed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, but Scrapblog has confirmed the funding and identified Steamboat as the investor. Scrapblog has now raised a total of $10 million. The company’s competitors include travel-focused Everlater and Panraven, as well as Toufee.

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