Papershed Computer Printable Journal

Printable Lokta Paper JournalThe handmade computer printable album can be used in a variety of ways. Here are some suggestions on how best to use it to its full potential!

These instructions apply to printing any image from your computer using an inkjet printer.

The album contains beautiful, handmade pages of highly textured, natural Lokta paper. These sheets of calendared paper can also be bought in packs from our handmade paper section.

Each album is kept together by 3 screw posts which are simple to remove.

George Weil Classic Journal

Printing Images Directly onto the Page

  1. Place album on a flat surface, face-up.
  2. Carefully remove screws and lift top cover.
  3. Take out sheets of paper, choose which side to print on (one side is smoother than the other) and place in your printer feed tray
  4. Open an image in a photo editing program or import it into a word processing or desk top publishing program.
  5. Choose the correct dimensions and select a print option.

Printable Handmade Lokta Paper

Remember: the hole punched side of the A4 page will be obscured when it is put back into the album. Set its margin to approx. 35mm before planning your page

Printing Labels onto the Page

  1. You will need a Word Processing or Desk Top Publishing programme.
  2. Select photographs and measure them.
  3. Create bordered text boxes 10mm wider and deeper than photos (most packages allow you to select a thickness, line style and colour).
  4. Position text boxes where you wish to place photos. It is worth printing on plain paper first to ensure they are in the correct place. Add labels in preferred font to bottom of text box.
  5. Select print options and print!

Paper Decorated with petals

Remember: the hole punched side of the A4 page will be obscured when it is put back into the album. Set its margin to approx. 35mm before planning your page

Printing Labels onto the Page with Mulberry Paper Mounts

  1. You will need a Word Processing or DTP programme.
  2. Position text boxes beside where you wish to place photos. It is worth printing on plain paper first to ensure they are in the correct place.
  3. Select print options and print.
  4. Fold Mulberry Paper to approx. 50mm wider and deeper than photo.
  5. Moisten edge of fold and tear to create feathered edge.
  6. Stick Mulberry Paper onto page and then add photos.

Paper decorating techniques

Remember: the hole punched side of the A4 page will be obscured when it is put back into the album. Set its margin to approx. 35mm before planning your page

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