LiT Ep2: Printing Project Life digi files

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Hopefully you are back for week 2!   This week I spent alot of time printing Project Life goodies.  There are many bloggers making, gifting, selling digital files for Project Life & you can also buy the digital kits that match the Becky Higgins designs on AC Digitals.

My approach last year was to buy the full Cobalt Edition (paper & digital).  I haven’t finished my year (whoops), but I did notice as the year went on I was creating more, using less.   So this year I bought the album & page protectors but nothing else.   And I have already populated much of my first 3 weeks with Clementine that I printed myself using the digital edition. The great thing here – I can tweak the files, only print those I want & use a different edition or my own stash or another designer’s journal cards next week!

So – would you like to know how to quickly & EASILY print multiple journal or title cards on one 8.5×11 sheet?  Then tune in – I walk through both Photoshop Elements 11 as well as Aperture.   I am using Elements because most new-to-digital scrapbookers start there.  If you have Photoshop the concepts are identical but the buttons/layout are slightly different.

I am getting a bit better with the voice recording & video editing.   Let me know your thoughts so  I can make it even better next week.

Again – any tech questions you have let me know & I will try to cover them.  This was actually spawned by a question submitted on an Instagram picture of mine showing a printout.

3 thoughts on “LiT Ep2: Printing Project Life digi files

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you Heather! I have been searching for this information everywhere & never found exactly what I was looking for until now. I am overjoyed.

  2. Wow! Thanks for taking the time to do this tutorial. I just bought PSE 11, haven’t even installed it yet, but I look forward to using it for PL cards. Thanks so much! — Any other tutorials with PSE 11 would be much appreciated. Like the digital stamps for pics, or how to fix a shadowy pic to look clean and bright.

  3. Thank you both for the great feedback!

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