Free Digital Paper – Horizontal Stripes

I was working on a new colour range of digital papers for my other Etsy shop PaperCravings and created these freebies for you to download 🙂 They are 12 x 12 inch. Please read my shop policies for terms of use. Basically, commercial use is ok, just don’t sell them as is and make sure the product you create is for your customers personal use only. Please do not claim them as your own. Feel free to use them for your personal use. A link back to this post is appreciated. Enjoy!

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Hot Pink

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Teal

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Light Pink

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Orange

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Purple

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Green

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Grey

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Yellow

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Blue

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Dark Blue

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Red

AATH - Horizontal Stripes Black

See here for instructions on how to print the papers from your home printer (i.e. onto smaller than 12 x 12 inch paper).

Comment below if you’d like more colours and/or different patterns. Feel free to send me pictures of your creations and I’ll post a link back to your blog.

Check back tomorrow as I will be posting free printable wall art I created using these papers!

Printing 12″ x 12″ digital paper onto A4 or 8.5″ x 11″ Paper from a home printer

Want to know how to print 12″ x 12″ digital paper from my store onto A4 paper?

1. After your purchase, download the digital paper. Open the file of one of the papers you would like to print.

2. Go to ‘Print’ and select ‘print’

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3. The menu below will open. Yours may look a little different (I am on a PC/laptop)

4. Select the printer you want to use from the ‘printer’ menu.

5. Then change the ‘paper size’ to A4 or letter paper or any size you like! (that is equal to or smaller than A4 or letter size paper unless you are lucky enough to have a wide format printer!)

6. Select ‘high’ in the quality menu. In case you were wondering, I haven’t noticed a significant difference in how fast I go through printer ink when I select ‘high’ compared to ‘standard’ quality.

7. Change the ‘paper type.’ I usually print into plain printer paper. You can also use photo paper but I find this too expensive.

8. Make sure ‘Full page photo’ from the menu on the right is selected.

9. Make sure the box beside ‘fit picture to frame’ is ticked.

10. Change the number of copies if needed.

11. Print!

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You can enter custom paper sizes in the ‘paper size menu’.  You can also choose to print, for example, two copies of the one paper per page (see the second image on the menu on the right of the screenshot above where is says ’13 x 18cm (2)’. If you scroll down this menu it will give you more options such as business card size images.

If you have purchased a binder cover such as this one and want to frame the desktop background/wallpaper or binder cover for some cheap and easy decoration, you can select whatever size you like from the ‘paper size menu’ e.g. 8″ x 10″ 5″ x 7″ ect. Or enter custom dimensions in the ‘paper size menu’

These instructions will work for any jpg image file!

If you get stuck, click on the question mark shown in the screenshot above, or send me a convo on Etsy