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Tutorial: Journaling on labels with Jill Sprott

One of my favorite approaches to presenting the journaling on layouts is to print the journaling directly onto label stickers, as in the layout below:


Since the surface of many stickers can be too glossy, I usually opt to print on matte label stickers, like the October Afternoon Sasparilla ones here.  

First, I compose my journaling using a word processing program while also being mindful of the space available on the label itself, which I check by using a ruler.  Then I print out my journaling, being sure to leave ample space between each section, so that there is room to adhere the labels. 


Once I print out the journaling on a sheet of printer paper, I prepare to “place” the labels by drawing boundaries around each printed section.


This way I know exactly where to place the label, because I can better gauge where the text should begin and end.



After adhering the labels to the printed sheet, I run the entire sheet through the printer once more.


Then I remove the labels from the printed page and transfer them to my layout. 

The same technique works with small scraps of paper and journaling cards. Easy, right? - Jill


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