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Video | Using the Bookmarked Documenter Kit + Digitals with Pam Baldwin

Hi, friends! Pam here today, sharing my process for this Documenter page where I used the "Bookmarked" Documenter Kit along with a digital stamp set (Books & Flowers) to create a custom journaling card for my page. This video moves pretty quickly, but what I'll show you is 1) how I used my computer to get my journaling onto the die-cut shapes, 2) how I'm printing my journaling onto the journaling cards in the kit, and 3) an easy way to create a pattern with the digital stamps to create your own designs.

Let's get started!

Below are a few ideas I hope you can take away from this video! 

Think outside the box when using the supplies in your kit for journaling spots! The designs on this month's kraft die-cuts are pretty awesome, but I was even more excited to use the back of them for my journaling so I could see more of those gorgeous floral patterns in this month's kit. :) 

If you're a print-at-home kind of person, I could not possibly encourage you more to check out your printer settings! I realize that not every printer may have the option to feed 3" x 4" cards directly through the paper tray but check to see what the limits are for sizes in your printer options. I have to set my printer to "standard" printing to be able to choose a "custom" paper size. The minimum and maximum sizes appear in brackets with this option. Seriously, spend some time getting to know your printer! You'll be glad you did. 

A super simple way to create a repeated pattern with digital stamps is to select multiple layers together and "duplicate" them to fill in your entire canvas. Selecting multiple layers at a time will make this process really fast. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I'm looking forward to seeing what you make!

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  1. Katelmckay says…

    love this and love how you have done your journalling spots! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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