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Scrapbooking challenge :: Free Printable

scrapbooking challenge :: free printable
printable scrapbooking cards for project lift
There are so many things about Project Life that have had an impact on the scrapbooking industry this year, but one that has made me smile is the new surge in scrappers considering printable options for their albums. All sorts of different journaling cards and photo backings and other things to make pages attractive while remaining affordable, since you can use them plenty of times. Very cool. And extra affordable is when they are free, right?

I may have a little something for you in that case.

free scrapbooking printable
Click to download the free printable.
This challenge is that simple: download this free printable designed by Little Musings and use it on a project of your choice – traditional scrapbook page, something digital, your Project Life album, a card, whatever you fancy. It’s a JPG file so you can print it exactly like a photograph – you can add it to your photo library, you can digiscrap with it in Photoshop, you can open it in your word processor and change it to whatever size you want and print from there. All of those options will work.

You might also want to check out the set of cards in the top photo – they are available here, from Little Musings.

To enter this challenge, create your project with the free printable and upload it to your blog or page gallery, then link it up here. Entries close at the end of next weekend.

15 April 2012

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11 Comments for Scrapbooking challenge :: Free Printable

  1. Lisa M. Zepponi Says:

    Ooh. Thanks for the printable. I appreciate it! Now let’s see what I can do with it! Ha. Question, did I miss challenge #12?

  2. Chriss Says:

    I think this is going to be the hardest challenge as I don’t own a printer. Hoping to find somewhere I can have it printed… that would be the challenge aspect, right? ;). It is really cute! I’d love to make a card out of it.

  3. Shari Says:

    Did I somehow miss Challenge 12?? I have been writing them down as I am trying to study for an hour, then letting myself scrap for an hour and I seem to be missing a challenge 12 :)

  4. Melissa Says:

    Just printed these out – beautiful colors!

  5. Tammie Says:

    My layout – Just Being You – was a challenge because the printables were not a color choice I would have chosen… as a result, I took the opportunity to just play! From the 8.5×11 background center to the crooked mats behind the photos.

  6. Helen Overton Says:

    Oh no, I don’t have a printer :(

  7. So.Ceative Says:

    Little musing is amazing, I’m a big fan of her stamp^^Making this challenge was so funny! Thank you SJ and thank you Shimelle!

  8. rare Says:

    Its really a very interesting posting indeed. Thanks for sharing such interesting posting with us.

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  10. Akinsheye9 Says:

    People who have interest in crafting must take this scrap-booking challenge which i felt not easy to do. I got more content related to it from which i felt really helpful for us. We should appreciated the effort of the author of this article.

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