Want a faster way to scrap? An easier way to catch up on all those piles of photos? Want to escape from the guilt of unscrapped photos? Or, maybe you just have project that you’d like to work on digitally! These actions help you create your own custom journal cards using any supplies in your stash, including Becky Higgins’ Project Life digi supplies.
How does it work? Really it’s quite simple! First decide between horizontal or vertical. Then, choose either 4×6 or 3×4 and select one of 7 layout designs (doodled, embellished, paper strip(s), border, scallop, photo, text). Then, as the action runs, choose your own papers, photos or embellishments when prompted. You can add journal lines with the optional actions, and save a PNG or JPG when you’re done.
Once you have your cards, you can journal on them digitally, print the base shells and stockpile them for hand writing on later, plop several up on an 8.5×11 sheet (with the provided actions), or add your new cards to a layout.
You can use your completed journal cards with Pocket Pages 1 to create layouts. You can run the collage sheet actions to put several cards on one sheet for printing and cutting. Cut files are included for many die cut machines, though not all support cutting as close to the edge as the collage sheets get. So, individual card cut files are included as well.
So, if you’ve been held back from creating Pocket Pages because you really wanted it to be digi, now’s the time to try it!
7 4×6 vertical designs (doodled, embellished, paper strip(s), border, scallop, photo, text; vertical & horizontal)
7 3×4 horizontal designs (doodled, embellished, paper strip(s), border, scallop, photo, text; vertical & horizontal)
2 Journal Line Actions (straight/wavy)
2 Saver Actions
3 Collage Sheet Actions (large, small and combo)
Cutter Files (small, large and sheets of large, small and combo; ai, eps, svg, sfx, studio formats)
PDF Installation Tutorial
Video Tutorial (WMV, MOV formats)
Personal Use only unless you purchase the optional Designer Use License. To create journal cards to sell select the Designer Use license from the drop down menu.