Free Scrapbook Printables

4 Jun 2017 at 19:12 (Artwork, Random Randomness) (, , )

Here are some printable graphics I made for a couple of scrapbooks I’m making. Some of them are completely original, some are recreations of elements I saw in other people’s work. If anything looks too similar to a graphic you are the copyright holder of, just let me know, and I’ll take it down. Some graphics use shapes/textures from,, and another free graphics site, but I can’t remember which one 😦

These are thumbnails. Click to see full-size. Right-click > Save Link As… to save the image. You can use these for digital scrapbooks, too, but you might want to add a drop-shadow. These were really designed for my physical scrapbooks. You might need to play around with your printer settings. I recommend creating a test-sheet first so you can see how colours translate from the screen to paper. I find that a gsm of between 100 and 130 is best for scrapbook graphics.

TOU: Non-commercial use only. Feel free to create derivative works for sharing, just don’t claim credit as entirely your own. You don’t have to link here, just don’t pretend you made it from scratch.


Tileable Graphics

Create papers with these seamless patterns. Create a blank image the size of your paper (210x297mm for A4) then floodfill, either the full page, or divide into sections. For a 25x25cm scrapbook, A4 will be too small to fill the whole thing, so work around this by dividing the page up with a band of another paper, ribbons, tape etc. Some of these have transparent backgrounds, so you can layer up and play around with the colour schemes, rotation and scale. Try printing the transparent layered patterns on coloured paper to save on ink! Click on the image to see full size, or right-click > Save Link As… to save.

Full-page A4

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