Print-at-home products have really changed the way we craft, plan for parties and more. There are tons of printables available across the web for so many different uses. You can't beat the price and the convenience of having something you can print right at home! They are also reusable, you can use them over and over again, as opposed to something you buy at a store. You also have the luxury of having something no one else will have. Planning parties, for example, around printables you buy online allows you to create a one-of-a-kind event that your friends (and your kids' friends!) can enjoy. Who really wants to use store bought items anyways? ANYONE can have those.
Printables also allow you to personalize things, often allowing space to add names, event details, etc. And if you know the basics of Photoshop (or other editing program), personalizing is easy to do.
We have a fantastic Printables section at Kitschy Digitals (that will be growing and growing!), but did you know that ALL of our products are printable? Even if they aren't in the Printables section. All of our products are created at a high-resolution of 300 dpi which allows for perfect image quality when printed. The creative possibilities truly are endless with digital products.
Above, Marie created some recipe gift cards in Photoshop using this kit by Minitoko (below) and other digital elements. She then printed them out, curved the corners of the card with a corner punch and voila! Super unique and adorable cards that you can hand out at a lunch or tea party.
Here, Marie created these adorable recipe cards using Chelsea Ann's, Qtea Party Kit. I just love these! And so kawaii. Another way to use digital kits to create your own unique printable creations. Just arrange your digital elements into a composition you like in Photoshop, add your text, then print. You could set these up 2 to an 8.5"x11" page and then print. And you could use the card template over and over again for future recipes. Great gift ideas as well!
In this project, Marie created a journal cover using the doodles from this kit by Mollie Johanson and other text. She then printed her arrangment out, and attached to her notebook cover. The doodles are reminiscent of doodles you might find in a teenager's journal, so they are very fitting! So cute.
Here's another project by Marie using a new product by designer Chelsea Ann called "Tie a Bow" - perfect for creating one-of-a-kind baby-themed projects with a pretty vintage feel. This baby book is so sweet.
Looking for printables that are ready-to-go and don't require any creating in Photoshop on your part? These are all set up, read-to-print and use immediately.
This crazy cute printable bunting is available from Team Kitten and it's *free* to boot! I really love the Scandinavian feel to the patterns. Print her up, assemble and display in your studio or daughter's room - or hang up for a party!
Canning season is in full effect this July! This printable by designer Kayanna Nelson of Junecraft will dress up all of those jars stocked full of yummy goodness. Looking for recipes? Pinterest is chock full of them. Aren't into canning? There are tons of bake-in-a-jar dessert recipes. Or put together the ingredients for one serving of something and include a copy of the recipe, handwritten on the recipe card included in this printable.
You could also use the stickers for other things outside mason jars - add a "Made with Love in the Kitchen of:" sticker to that box of cookies you baked for your new neighbor. Or add the cute "Handmade with Love" stickers to any of your handmade gifts.
Or how about these adorable 1920's Flapper Slang Flash Cards designed by Kate Gabrielle? How unique and fun are these? I could see printing these out for your tween or teen's slumber party, especially if they're vintage-lovers!
We'll keep you posted as new printable products become available!