You'll also see that there are now some little page links up at the top of the page as well; one for the blog and one for the shop so far. I'll be adding more pages as the need arises...maybe even soon... ;)
So in the midst of craft shows, buying websites, and eating turkey (I do vaguely remember Thanksgiving), I also decided to try and complete a December Daily this year. You know, in my free time. Seeing as I'm starting so late (I kid you not, people have had books waiting for photos since October. What?!?) I do not have time to order pre-made journaling cards, so I went looking for printables. I did find some I like, but nothing that really matches my style. This year I'm loving the chalkboard trend, especially since it matches so nicely with the more traditional style I adore. So, I did what any crafty girl does when she can't find journaling cards she likes; I made my own. You know, in my spare time. Actually, once I got going, it was hard to stop! I actually made FIVE pages of journaling cards and man, they are CUTE if I do say so myself.
So in celebration of my figuring out how to link up the blog to my new web address and add in extra pages, I'm sharing the first of the card sets with you today. When you click the link you'll be taken to a download screen; they're saved as a PDF so you can just print and go! The cards measure 3"x4" and will not have the watermark on them, fear not.
- The cards are for personal use only.
- If you really and truly must use them for a project you're selling, drop me an email and I'll let you know how much the limited copyright license is.
- In order to not kill your printer cartridges, I suggest sending the files to Staples, Office Max, etc. It's typically only about $1 to get a color copy on card stock.
- Speaking of, make sure you print them on card stock. Ooo, or shimmery white paper that looks like snow.