paper: Scrapbooking with a printable alphabet | pretty paper. true stories. {and scrapbooking classes with cupcakes.}

lovely to meet you Twitter Facebook Pinterest YouTube

Take a Scrapbooking Class

online scrapbooking classes

Shop Shimelle Products simon says stamp shimelle scrapbooking products @ shimelle scrapbooking products @

Reading Material


Scrapbooking with a printable alphabet

free scrapbooking digital download

Digital products can be such a touchy subject with paper scrappers: yes, there are new releases all the time so there’s always something fun to find, but how annoying can it be to find exactly the pattern you like on a screen when you really want it on paper? The best bit is of course that you can print pretty much any digital element you find so you can have the best of both worlds whenever you like.

For this next challenge, head over here and download this free digital alphabet from my digi store.

If you’re a paper scrapbooker, print out the alphabet on paper or cardstock, cut out the letters you need and get crafting! If you’re a digital scrapbooker, put this alpha to work on a digi page! Either option is eligible for this challenge.

Check out Tales of the Scrap Heap for a project from Karen Moss to get us started with this challenge!

Be sure to upload your project to an online gallery or your blog and post a link in the comments below. Check this post for all the details and deadlines for this weekend.

One randomly chosen entry will win a selection of goodies from Shimelle Digitals.

Happy scrapping — in any format!


13 August 2010

Related Posts with Thumbnails

19 Comments for Scrapbooking with a printable alphabet

  1. meanmomdigitalproductions Says:

    I saw this on 2 peas. Thanks for the reminder to go dl it.

  2. Kitty Scrapper Says:

    Wow I love it will download it and line it up for use at the weekend.

  3. Claire Kitchen Says:

    Thanks for the download – gonna try and give this ago but paper based.

  4. Scrapdolly Says:

    Love the alpha so much – it’s very pretty

    Here is mine.

  5. helen Says:

    Oooer, I should have done something with the alphas before I printed them out, maybe – just used them box standard, lol! Here’s my effort, anyway:

  6. beverleynoelle Says:

    My first time at printing out an alphabet & its a nice way to get a differnt font, so will try it again sometime.

  7. Kitty Scrapper Says:

    Lovely Alpha going to print a few sheets of this off for some paper scrapping to. My digi LO is up on my blog.

  8. Irene Fitzpatrick Says:

    Don’t usually use a lot of pink, but this alpha was MADE for a photo of this cake!!!!!

  9. kychellebelle Says:

    Great challenge! I used one of your other digi kits, and this is my cery first hybrid layout! I learn how to use your products with MS Word. So fun, thanks for the challenge!

  10. emy Says:

    I really like this alphabet. Thanks Shimelle.

  11. Julie Says:

    Thanks so much for the alphas. I don’t think I’ll get to use them this weekend, but I will file for future use. We once had a nearly spotty dog.

  12. Lou Says:

    I am always a paper scrapper but seeing as we have no printer here I had to go digi! SHOCK HORROR. : ) I downloaded a template off Two Peas and this is the result. Hope you like it.

  13. Alison M Says:

    I used the alphabet on the photo.

  14. ConnieC Says:

    Here’s my layout for this challenge.
    Mama’s Girl

  15. Alison Says:

    My stepdaughter enjoyed making the flowers and scrapping this photo of herself! She loves pink so this layout had to be about her …

  16. Edmund Says:


  17. Cardy UGG Boots Sale Says:

    it really looks comfortable and beautiful and gorgeous.

  18. erica sexton Says:


  19. stacey Says:

    hi im trying to download your polka dot alphabet, and cannot do it, any chance you could email it onto me … as it just takes me back and back to your closeing page.

    thanks stacey

Have Your Say

A name and email address are required for commenting. Textile can be used in comments. There are Textile formatting buttons and a help link above the comment area. Please play nicely and hold hands when crossing the street.

You must click to preview your comment first. Be sure it appears as you wish, then click the submit button.
Spammers please just go away.

Textile helpTextile Help