I have gotten lots of questions on printing out the digital elements to use on your paper crafting projects. This picture above shows how I combine a lot of kit elements I want to use on one page to print out. For these cards, I designed one of the card fronts digitally (originally 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" in size that I cut down for the actual card), I printed out a 5" x 7" portion of a patterned paper from the kit, and then a couple of the snowman elements. Putting them all onto one page saves time, money, ink, and paper. I did a size of 8" x 10 1/2" to allow for my printer margins, all printers are not the same so this measurement might be different for you.
I am using a matte photo paper to print (I have an HP printer) out my elements. Right now I have the Office Max brand paper, but other brands will give you similar results.
If you want more information on getting started in digital, check out my post here for links to tutorials and websites that will get you going.
After everything is printed I go to my desk and put things together. For these cards, I added glittered snowflakes, stamped sentiments & snowflakes, and rounded corners.
Sweet Snowman Cards
hybrid supplies from Sweet Shoppe Designs:
Little Joys by Zoe Pearn
Holiday Tree stamp set, Spring Moss & white cardstock, Spring Moss vintage mix buttons, Spring Moss, True Black & Fresh Snow ink, Rustic Jute button twine by Papertrey Ink
Extra Jumbo snowflake punch by Marvy
Extra Large square punch by EK Success
corner chomper by We R Memory Makers
clear glitter by Martha Stewart