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“Askew” Journal Card Templates
My frequent frustration with pocket-style scrapbooking is the grid pattern--there never seems to be enough movement on the page due to it. Life rarely stands still, and if I'm scrapping a particularly active day, I want my layout to reflect the hustle and bustle! These templates are designed to add some dynamic lines to your pages, helping to lead your viewers' eyes around and giving more of a sense of movement to the layout. And, like all my templates, they're commercial-use friendly (including CT and freebies) even if they were created for working with your personal pages. There are a total of 12 layered PSD templates in this pack: 3x4 cards in 6 styles, each with a similarly styled 4x6 card. Pick them up and add a little extra life to your pocket layouts and card kits today!
“Lemonade Dreams” Journal Card Templates
The "Lemonade Dreams" journal cards, like the "Blue Skies" cards, are made to coordinate with the July 2016 PixelScrapper blog train, "Blue Skies and Lemonade". This pack contains 6 3x4 and 3 4x6 templates with a little citrus zing, each saved as a layered PSD. Simple classic styles rub shoulders with a whimsical lemon-wedge smiley face and a couple of oh-so-sweet photo cards, ready to help you show off your "zest" for life!
“Blue Skies” Journal Card Templates
The Blue Skies templates are a set of cheerful layered journal cards designed to coordinate with the July 2016 PixelScrapper blog train (titled "Blue Skies and Lemonade"). This pack contains 7 3x4 cards and 3 4x6 cards, all in layered PSD format, sure to make you think of bright summer days but still usable year-round.
“Not Too Basic” Journal Card Templates
This pack of journal cards is designed to help you add a little more flair to your pocket card collection. These incorporate a few more layers than the Back to Basics set, but are still simple enough to work with almost any kit. Most are 5-10 layers, so they'll add a little dimension to your cards as well if you choose to use drop shadows. I've included 20 styles in coordinated 3x4 and 4x6 variants. Individual cards range from traditional paper scrapping styles to dynamic modern geometrics and curves. To use them, just clip papers from your kit, and perhaps replace a flower, button, or ribbon, and you've got a whole new stack of journal cards that coordinate with that kit! All of the template files are in layered PSD format, so they'll work with Photoshop, Elements, GIMP, or PSP, as well as any other program which can open PSDs.
Back To Basics Journal Card Templates
Love journal cards, but hate trying to make them look just right? This pack of templates makes creating basic cards a snap. Just clip papers and add ribbons, labels, and text--you've got 20 basic styles to choose, all designed in layouts to complement almost any kit style. Spice them up a bit with an element or two if you want, or leave them just as they are after clipping papers--your cards will be great either way. While these templates are made for designers, they're just as useful for converting any kit to work with a pocket scrapping style. Clip papers to the template layers, use the kit elements and word art to jazz up a couple of cards, and a mini-kit can be all you need to scrap an entire month of weekly layouts. All card templates are layered PSDs--20 in 3x4 and 20 in 4x6--and a CU-friendly bargain at less than $0.10 per template, too.
Talkative Journal Card Templates
I wanted to add a couple of "in-the-moment" quotes to a pocket page and didn't have any good speech bubble cards in my stash, so I started creating some simple templates (just a couple, right? Yeah, like THAT happens...) and ended up with a new kit for the shop. All of them are 3 by 4 inches and designed to be able to use in both vertical and horizontal orientations. There are 15 simple speech bubble templates in the full pack, ready to help add those memorable quotes to your pocket pages, or to give you some speedy cards for your kits--just clip papers and maybe add word art and you've got a card ready to go. Try a halftone overlay to bring out a true comic-book feel, or some paint spatters for an artsy look. Add an element or two for a 3D card. Try subway art in the rectangular bubbles, or clip a lined paper to them. Or add a line around the edges using a stroke layer style, or use a drop shadow to add dimension. However you choose to use these, they make for a fantastic way to make a page talk! As always, they're commercial-use friendly, including for CT and freebies, providing credit is given in your credits document.