Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Using printables on your layouts

Good morning everyone!  On today's layout I used printables and scrapbook supplies from Paper Bakery's December Scrapbook Kit.  I wanted to share how easy (and fabulous!) it is to use printables on your pages.  And I love that if I mess up (oh no!) or want to use them again, I can just reprint them!  You get printables every month as a subscriber to any of Paper Bakery's kits (cards, scrapbook, mixed media, etc).  I have loved all of Paper Bakery's kits that I have used, but I think the December kit is my favorite- it is full of color and very versatile!
See how I used the large journaling card -- since I find my handwriting pretty terrible, I typed (in Photoshop) my journaling onto the printable journaling card before I printed it out.  I really liked the way this turned out and I think I will start doing this more often!
And I really adore this starburst stencil that is included as well!  I simply dabbed a thin layer of white paint over it and blotted it to tone the white down a bit.  I can't wait to use this stencil on more projects!  And check out the fun flair that is exclusive to this kit!

 Yes, I would agree-  life is beautiful!

 Thanks so much for stopping in today!  I hope I have given some of you courage to use those printables!   You can see more of Paper Bakery's December Scrapbook kit here!
Or to make sure you get the printables each month, you can check out the subscriptions here!
Hugs,  Tegan


  1. Darling! I love the pops of color against the dark background. I really like this layout size, too. I need to stray more from 12x12. Wishing you a wonderful new year!

  2. I really love how you used this kit!

  3. This is fabulous. I love how you just added a touch of that SC paper at the side for dash of colour. You family is adorable!

  4. What a wonderful page - great use of color and depth. I popped over from 2Ps. Look forward to seeing more of your work.

  5. This is fabulous Tegan! Love everything about it and the flow is great. The dark background really makes everything pop!