US letter digital download of a full Afternoon Tea journaling kit. A full journal for you to print out, cut out and combine to make your own bespoke junk journal. Combine with your own papers, scraps and embellishments.
Making a journal is a daunting prospect, but not if you have a great starting point. These digital papers will make a complete journal, but you can add your own touches and make it truly unique to you.
All of these designs were created with love with digitised copyright free images and my own artwork.
The kit contains:
14 full pages including 6 highly decorated pages, 4 decorative journaling pages with writing space and 4 pages with plenty of writing space but embellished with border designs.
A page of different journal headers that you can use for your cover, or as small journaling cards of tuck spots
Four different large tags to use as journaling cards or for floating pockets
8 medium tags, with the same designs also as small tags
4 sheets of 4 journaling cards with 8 designs in vibrant and faded elegance versions
2 sheets of pockets, with 8 different designs
2 sheets of tickets to use as belly bands, journaling space or page tabs
A large coin envelope to use for secret journaling, flip outs or as floating pockets
The envelope is the perfect size for storing your pocket books. The pocket book kit has a template so that you can print out a pocket book set using your Afternoon Tea decorative pages.
This set is US letter size but you can also buy a set sized for A4 prints
You can also use the papers for writing letters, making notebooks, as inserts in a planner or diary, for wrapping small presents (not space hoppers, remember!) and decorating small storage items such as coffee cans as pen pots. Some of the uses I’ve put them to anyway!
The downloads are available as jpg files in zipped folders. Download then double click the folders to unpack the files and they ready for you to print. You can resize any of the pages or components for your own use – you can print two of the full pages onto one sheet, for example, to make a smaller journal.
Print the full pages and the coin envelope borderless on matt photo paper or good quality copy paper for the best results. Everything else needs to be printed at 100% size. Tags, journalling cards and tickets work best on thin card – I use 200 or 250gsm.
You obviously need a printer to use these pages and they can be printed on the paper of your choice using either a laser printer or an ink jet. Check your printer has not run out of any of the inks before printing – run a test sheet to check before you start.
I can’t help you with technical issues relating to your printer set up as every printer and system is different. If you run into difficulty, you can google for help, or ask someone you know who is tech savvy. Other digital sellers recommend asking a kid, which seems like good advice to me!