Project Life: Printable Tabs

I’ve been thinking for a while about making my own little tabs and tags to print and cut out to use in my Project Life album.
I’m not going to lie, this took ages to create. But what I’m happy about is I am much more proficient in Photoshop now. I still have a heap to learn, but for starters, here’s the printable sheet:
Now, the circles are supposed to be 1″, but when I printed it, they were a little smaller than that and I couldn’t be bothered to muck around with printer settings tonight. The background is 8.5″x11″, not A4. So you’ve been warned if they print slightly smaller.
I’m also thinking about making some of them larger, so there may be a version 2 at some stage (don’t hold me to it). Version 2 is here!!!
Anyway, enjoy. 🙂

Now that you’ve downloaded the scrapbooking printable tabs, you might need to pick up a few supplies in order to print them off!

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Heavyweight cardstock


If you need 8.5" x 11" cardstock, then look no further than this pack of 300 sheets. It is 110 lb/199 gsm which is a perfect weight for printing out your pocket page printables. The cardstock is nice and smooth and is great value.

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1" Circle Punch


This Fiskars circle punch will make your circle cutting a whole lot easier. With an easy squeeze action, punching out circles will become a breeze. This circle paper punch is the perfect way to create scrapbooking embellishments.

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Non-stick Scissors


These Tim Holtz scissors from Tonic Studios are my most favourite scissors. The total length of these scissors are 7" and the blades are serrated which makes cutting so easy. I've had mine for years and they still feel as sharp as the day I bought them.

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