II got feedback from 4 of my readers that they would appreciate contact sheets in each kit. So thanks to them, you all reap the benefit.
This is what my contact sheets will look like:
Each sheet will have the kit name on the top and at the bottom you will see the page number. If there are 3 pages, it will read page 1 of 3, page 2 of 3 and so on.
Now, if you are unfamiliar with how to use these, here are two suggestions;
Print them out, put them in plastic sleeves for protection and place in a binder by kit name, designer name, subject matter, etc.
Create a folder on your hard drive for all contact sheets and file them there by kit name, designer, subject matter, etc.
Now when you want to find the right elements and paper to use when scrapping, go to your contact sheets and you will see everything right in front of you. I know not all designers use contact sheets, but I will be including them in my kits. To save space on your hard drives, I will be saving my contact sheets as a PDF. Everyone has the capability of opening and printing PDF’s by using this free program.
I hope that these will benefit you in your scrapping! Have a scappingly great day!
P.S. The four wonderful ladies that responded to my plea for suggestions, will be receiving a freebie kit for their time. Marci, Schellie, JHawk and Heather, please head on over to my store, choose which kit you would like and send me an email with that information so that I can send the links directly to you! Thanks, ladies, for your help!! 🙂 Please email me at carolyn (at) digicyberscraps (dot) com. Thanks.