Today I am letting you in on a little secret of where to find free printable scrapbook paper on the web.
If you haven’t already discovered the fun of scrolling through free stock photo sites, prepare to need an entire afternoon to scroll for free printable scrapbook paper!
On the web there are thousands of images, graphics, and patterns that are free to use for both personal and commercial use. This opens up endless options for your crafts and DIYs! Simply download and print out the image you’d like to use as scrapbook paper, gift wrap, or for any other creative purpose.
My Top Three Sources for Finding “Free Printable Scrapbook Papers”:
For each of these websites, type in the search bar “patterns”, “backgrounds” or “textures” and you will find a plethora of paper options. Or, get more specific with search terms such as “Christmas patterns”, “Marbling”, etc.
This stock photo site has the most gorgeous patterns and textures – including patterns from my favorite designer, William Morris.
The above “Merry & Bright” Christmas card used William Morris patterns that I printed out and then cut using my Cricut cutting machine. I finished the card off with a bit of glitter for a touch of sparkle.
This stock photo site is the best option to find free graphic patterns, especially more playful and cute options.
Pexels is another site similar to Unsplash. Pro tip, search for “marbling” and be wowed!
Every day this week on the blog is an easy DIY project idea for the holidays with fun typography – using free Google fonts that are perfect for the holidays! This “Merry & Bright” Christmas card was designed with the Google font “Asset“.
Find more modern, handmade holiday decor DIYs here.