We're so excited to introduce CSI Coordinates, printable patterned papers to coordinate with our Case Files. Our Digital Detective, Michele Singh, has created a set of four printable papers with the Case File in mind. The papers not only coordinate with the colors in the palette; they also are inspired by the Case File's "Scheme," which means the papers will have patterns, images, and an overall vibe that works perfectly with the Case File.
Michele created our first CSI Coordinates for Case File 11.
These are the papers Michele created for this Case File. These papers have the colors in The Scheme, and they also have a fun vintage vibe from The Scene.
These papers were designed for paper scrappers. Just print them out and use them as you would patterned paper--cut them, punch them, tear them, ink them. To download your papers, scroll down to the bottom of the Case File thread, and you will see an attachment. We suggest you print on high-quality paper, like cardstock you use for scrapping.
We offer these papers to our members as a thank you for the enthusiasm you show each and every week!
New papers will be released as each Case File is revealed. We hope you will enjoy this extra feature of CSI!
Tips and Ideas for using CSI Coordinates
Please add your ideas below, and I will add them to our list of tips and ideas.
I just want to say a huge thank you to Michele for creating these papers for us! I printed out the blue chevron for a test-drive, on orange-peel textured Bazzill cardstock, and it looked awesome. I had unfortunately already made my page ahead of time, so I didn't get to use it, but I am looking forward to using CSI Coordinates on a future page.
And look how Nancy used the multicolored Chevron paper on her page:
I think these CSI coordinates are just fantastic... so beautiful and so generous! Thank you so much. I'm really looking forward to getting stuck in to my first case!
Aren't they wonderful? Can't wait to see what you do with them, Alison!
hi, these are amazing, i havent really looked into these before & have been putting off getting a new printer(my old dodgy faithful) as i really only have done my journalling on the printer previously, however you have just broadened my horizons. That's one of the things in love about this craft, it's never ending ability to stretch your imagination.thank you thank you thank you.xxoo
COOL!!!!!! :D :D :D And what an awesome cool page made by Nancy!! :) Me love!