Tech Tips: Using PDFs on your digi pages

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8 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    First of all … thank you for all your PDFs and tips. I stumbled across your blog recently and I LOVE your PL layouts. They are so much fun to look at. I am motivated to try my hands on PL this year and your layouts are the inspiration. Thank you!

  2. Thank you sooo much. I had tried the marquee tool but it left a gray area around the card. But i bet when i clip it into the page i can size it so that won’t be seen. I am going to play around with it these next few days. You are so sweet and a genius. I am looking forward to the tips and tricks. And our husbands can think what they want about our wrongness, they would just be wrong (:

  3. suetrav says:

    You know I love your pdf files and use them all the time 🙂 I use Elements 9 and do mine a bit different. After opening them I use the crop tool and set it to 3×4″ so it is sized to fit in the PL templates. I save each image I crop off your .pdf sheets as a journaling card in .jpg format so that I can go back to them over and over again without having to do the crop again from the original .pdf file. I then tag them in Elements under my PL folder as 3×4 journaling cards. This makes it easy when I am looking for a card that size. I don’t mind grabbing some screen shots and writing up instructions for you if you want.

  4. Lili Garcia says:

    And here I was wondering how to use your beautiful journaling cards. Thanks a lot for the great tutorial, I really appreciate all your hardwork. Enjoy Denmark!!!

  5. Thank you suetrav! I guess I need to get PSE and play with it a some 🙂

  6. Barbara says:

    Thanks for sharing this tip…so simple but so handy!

    2 questions for you…

    Is it okay to recolor free printables others have shared (including you) to match my own personal color scheme for PL and if so, how do you do this?

    Also, would love to know the name of the font you’ve used on your blog header. I really like that one!

  7. Erin says:

    Thanks! I love your freebies! Your so AMAZING to share with all of us!

  8. KellyRae says:

    Thanks so much for this tutorial! I adore your printables but LOVE the idea of being able to use them on my digi pages too.

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