Today, we are presenting a set of free journaling cards sporting our scrapbooking paper in navy blue and gold as a way to show you how you can use these free digital papers. We have included a total of 30 journaling cards that you can use for your journals and scrapbook projects. These journaling cards, which are sized 3×4 inches, are ideal for journals and scrapbooks such as the Erin Condren Life Planner or the Project Life planners, which make use of pocket pages to organize your memories. These 3×4-inch cards will fit perfectly for these planners.
Navy blue and gold make a very versatile and elegant color combination, making this color pair a top choice for weddings, interiors, company events, and other formal occasions. In this installment, we are giving away a set of printable digital papers and patterns in navy blue and gold. The patterns include mostly geometrical shapes such as dots, stripes, waves, circles, triangles, diamond shapes, among others.
Someone I know is celebrating her birthday today. So I made some extra nice birthday greeting cards that I intend to send her. I enjoyed doing these cards very much that I couldn’t stop making cards. So I ended up having four greeting cards, extra six journaling cards, some gift tags as well as round labels. So here, I would like to share them with you as free printables. The greeting cards have rounded corners and measure 6×4 inches. The design feature mouthwatering cupcakes in pink and cream color schemes.
Today’s freebie is a set of digital paper featuring butterflies and flowers in soft pastel colors. The file that you may download are in ready-to-print JPEG files at resolution of 12×12 inches, 300 DPI. The background also has realistic cardboard paper. Use these digital papers to make cards and shapes for your scrapbooks and journals. You can also make party invitation cards, gift tags, and other printables using these digital papers.
Here is another set of free printables for your Easter holiday celebration. Like the previous set, these journaling cards come in 3×4 inches size. The cards feature cute cartoon images with an Easter theme such as chicks, bunnies, and decorated eggs. Aside from using them as title cards for your journals and scrapbooks, you may also use them as gift tags or note cards. The cards have rounded edges.
To help you welcome Spring, here is a set of free journaling cards that you can use to organize your memories for the next few months. This set of free printables consists 12 journaling cards in 3×4-inch size, along with matching gift tags and digital tape strips, labels and ribbons. I tried to shy away with bright colors that are mostly associated with Spring. Instead, I decided to pick some rusty hues and combine them with neutrals. The journaling cards feature geometric patterns and spaces for you to write your own captions and messages.
For your Easter holiday celebration, we are presenting a set of printables composed of journaling cards in two sizes 3×4 inches and 6×4 inches with matching gift tags and digital tape strips, labels and ribbons that you can download and use for free. There are 12 3×4-inch cards and 4 6×4-inch cards featuring popular Easter symbols such as bunnies, baby chicks, colorful eggs, twigs, foliage, hearts and stars. The gift tags also come in the same Easter pattern backgrounds and laid out in a one-page paper. The last set are tape strips and ribbons for labeling and other uses. To use them as tapes, you must print this page on a sticker paper.
To celebrate this holiday, we came up with a set of patterns featuring the popular Easter symbols such as bunnies, baby chicks, colorful eggs, twigs, foliage, hearts and stars. These patterns are in soft, pastel colors. The patterns also feature burlap background in subtle off-white and dark brown. These patterns are great to use for all your Easter-themed designs such as for background for gift tags and party favors. These will also look great as background for scrapbooks and framed photos.
Many people believe that the Internet has killed the recipe card. But I would like to think otherwise. While many people use online sources for finding and organizing their recipes, there still seems to be a niche for the printed recipe cards. Printed recipe cards are especially popular for gift giving, such as giving homemade food products along with the recipe printed on a card. So whether you want to put into writing a heirloom recipe, pass cooking instructions to a friend or make an edible gift more meaningful by providing the ingredients and how-to, recipe cards are handy things to have around.
I have been making printables out of my digital paper packs lately. So, here is another set of free printables composed of printable gift tags and a matching set of journaling cards. These printable gift tags [are bundled with digital tape strips, label shapes, and ribbons that sport the same look. Meanwhile, the journaling cards come in two sizes: 3×4 inches and 6×4 inches. There are 12 3×4-inch cards and 4 6×4-inch cards in various colors and lace designs.