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Friday Freebie – Woodgrain Circle Journaling labels

April 30th, 2010 by Avital

Free Journaling Labels
This week I am sharing a really special – at least for me – set of FREE woodgrain journaling labels with you guys (for personal use only).

I had another set of graph circle journaling labels lined up for this week, but in light of NSD (National Scrapbooking Day) tomorrow, I designed a special set for you to play with. I scanned and manipulated digitally all the images from a vintage piece of wallpaper I’ve had for YEARS and a few bits of old lace. I really hope you’ll like it!

To download it simply click on the image (or the link) and if it doesn’t work try to right-click on it and opt for the “save target as…” option (it may be phrased a bit differently on different operating systems).

Have lots of fun with it tomorrow [or anytime].

Make sure you didn’t miss the rest of the free printables on Creativity Prompt.


Are you planning something special for National Scrapbooking Day?
How are you going to use these labels? Share your ideas with me and my wonderful readers.

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17 Comments to “Friday Freebie – Woodgrain Circle Journaling labels”

  1. Sally Hackney says:

    Thanks Avital for all the great journaling tools. You are so generous! Smiles, Sally

  2. Love them!! So cool, thanks!

  3. jill says:

    thank you!

  4. jayjaymaymay says:

    can i print this on any kind of paper or more likely, can you suggest anything?

    • Avital says:

      I believe you can print it on any kind of paper, but the best choice would be a smooth, high quality cardstock such as this one.

      • jayjaymaymay says:

        is this card stock soft or kinda hard? its just my first time to try printing this things

        • Avital says:

          What you need to pay attention to is the weight of the cardstock – the heavier it is, the better and more sturdy the paper is, the thinner it is – the more flimsy it is.

          • jayjaymaymay says:

            ohh..that’s it. thanks for the info ms. avital. but can i ask you one more question?

            hmm, can you give an example where i can use this design in my scrapbook?

        • Avital says:

          You can use it as an embellishment, an accent to your layout, or you can right your journaling in it with a white gel pen.

          • jayjaymaymay says:

            thank you sooo much…for your wonderful designs.. uhm, last Q sorry for bothering you, when you print ribbons what kind of cardstock do you use?

        • Avital says:

          I use the same type of cardstock. The ribbon, lace is just a flat image. It won’t be dimensional.

  5. jayjaymaymay says:

    what’s the difference between cardstocks and photopaper?

    • Avital says:

      Photopaper is a cardstock designed for photo printing. Usually its texture is unique (matte, glossy, etc…) and it’s more fade-resistant and less absorbent of the ink (it takes some time to dry after printing).

  6. Thank you for these adorable tags! I am having so much fun looking through all of your projects and tutorials. You have an amazing blog!