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Wanted to share the DIY stickers I made for my September Happy Planner pages!  


Made this 12 x 12 Life is short printable with wonderful graphics and typeface from the Hungry Jpeg's new summer bundle.  I printed on my HP wide format printer on 12 x 12 textured cardstock for great craft room wall art! Just right click and copy image, and then you can resize to whatever works best for you!

This fun project was made with graphics and typeface from the Hungry Jpeg's huge summer bundle.  I used the Portabello typeface and one of the watercolor graphics with my Photoshop Elements program to make a "clipping mask" over the font to give it a watercolor brushstroke look.  Hope you enjoy!  







































Oh this is kinda scary...I am trying something new here and hope it works.  I have uploaded two jpeg files to share with you.  I created them using artwork from one of my favorite sites:

http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/

I uploaded it to Adobe PSE and then just added text and lines and voila...journaling cards...

Now all I had to do was print them out. I printed mine on double sided paper, on the side with a very soft subtle design, and then can use the other side for the photo.  Could just as easily have printed on solid cardstock and distressed the edges, then glued to the back of patterned paper...the choices are easy to change.  They are sized to print on letter sized paper, but you can resize if you'd like them smaller.







Now, I just hope you can do the same.  All you have to do is right click on the image, select "save picture as" and then choose the file you want to save it in...heres' hoping it works for you.

If it does, and you think you might like more...I will share some more of my digital stuff in the future.  Just let me know...


Here's to a great holiday season!
Molly



7 comments:

  1. Thanks Molly, going to move over to PSE and try this. I have some clip art that I'll scan. J

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  2. Great little journaling spots, thanks so much for sharing! :) hugs, Kimberly

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  3. Molly, I just love all the work you do. Your projects are absolutely beyond beautiful. You mimic my taste exactly...I just don't have the talent to put it together like you do. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  4. I admire your talent, I wish I had the talent you have in just your little finger. Would love to see more videos. TFS Hugs, Phyllis

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  5. thanks Molly. I'm new to this, but better late than never.

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  6. i have something for you but cannot send it canot find an email affress

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