Printable Paper

I absolutely love browsing the craft store’s supply of printed card stock. There are always so many fun patterns and colors to choose from, plus you can use the printable paper for a gazillion different projects.

The other day, I wanted a specific design of card stock for something I was working on, but didn’t have time to run to the craft store. Boo. You see, the closest store is about 30 minutes away, so a trip there and back would have eaten more than an hour of my time up. Luckily, I’m resourceful and in less than 5 minutes I had whipped up exactly what I need in Photoshop and was able to print my own designed card stock. Of course, I thought that maybe other people may be able to benefit from my resourcefulness, so I created a small collection of printable papers to share.

Chevron & Square Papers 1

The colors are black, orange, green, pink and light blue. For some reason, they are appearing a little bolder in the photo above than they actually are. Hmmm…

Just download and print onto white card stock.

Download this printable from THE GALLERY.

There are so many things you can use these for.

You can create a new look for your cell phone. (I purchased {this cell phone case} from Amazon.) Trace around the case on the paper and cut it out a little smaller than your lines. Then you can place the paper inside your case and change them out whenever you are looking for a new look or feeling a little fickle.

Chevron & Square Papers 2

Or cut the paper to make a last minute thank you card.

Chevron & Square Papers 3

The possibilities are endless. Let us know what you are going to make with your new printable papers!

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  3. Barb

    This is completely cool! Love th. at the paper can have a dual purposes – brings the pen and digital together. I am visiting via ‘fridayflashblog’ share Jenny Evolution. I love all things paper and letter writing so I loved your post. You might enjoy my home hang out over at where I gush about such things.

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