Free Printable Words & Sayings For Journals


I’m an avid crafter, and love making journals of all sorts, whether they are junk journals, art journals or bujos, and I use a lot of words and phrases in them because I like positive quotes scattered among the pages.

free word sheets for journals

I do buy some of the sticker books of words, such as the Tim Holtz ones, and I love them, but it can get a bit expensive along with all the other craft supplies we ‘have’ to buy, so I created some word sheets myself.

These are free printable words and sayings for journals that you can print out as many time as you like to use in your own journals and craft projects.

Printing Words On Sticker Paper

As well as printing these word sheets out onto card stock, I also print them out on sticker paper too. It is so handy to have the option of both on hand whenever I’m journaling or making a junk journal or art journal.

I like to make things as easy as possible when I’m making a journal because I can often spend a lot of time looking for just the right thing, so having these words on hand really helps cut down on time wasted (and frustration).

I just get these from Amazon as they don’t cost too much.

Why Give Printables Away For Free?

I have a lot of printables in the Freebies Library, and will continue to add more free printables in there on a regular basis.

The reason I like to give them away for free is because I know how difficult it can be to find the money to fund our crafting hobbies and I want as many people as possible to be able to benefit from what crafting can bring to their life.

I know a lot of us spend far too much money on crafting supplies, (I know I’m guilty of that) so to be able to get craft supplies for free can help be a real benefit to the purse strings.

If you’re trying to decide on a theme for your junk journal, you might find this Ultimate List Of Junk Journal Themes helpful.

Crafting For Mental Health

It is a proven fact that crafting can be a real benefit to our mental wellbeing.

It makes us feel happy when we can take a break from the stresses of every day life and focus on our crafting, and whilst we are doing that focusing it can be quite meditative.

How To Get These Free Printables

The freebies library is password protected to keep it secure, but you are invited to enter by clicking HERE or click on the Freebies Library in the menu at the top of this page, once there, you will see a form where you can get the password sent directly to your email address.

Once you have the password, you will be able to click on ‘Enter The Freebies Library’.

I hope you have lots of fun crafting with all the free printables in there, and don’t forget to check back regularly to see what lovely new goodies I’ve added! :-D

Does It Cost A Lot Of Money To Print For Crafting?

The biggest cost of printing is the actual printer itself, in the past I have bought several printers and have been quite disappointed by how much it has cost to buy ink specific for each printer, but I don’t have that problem since I bought an Eco-Tank printer.

Now I can print out as much as I want and don’t even think about the cost of the ink because it has amazed me how long the ink lasts… and I print out a heck of a lot of printables for my journals!

Which Printer I Use For Printables

Like I said, I have had a lot of printers in the past, but now I have an Epson ET-4750 Eco-Tank printer and I absolutely love it!

With an Eco-tank printer, you don’t have to buy ink cartridges for them, you get bottles of ink and fill up the ink reservoirs.

There is no mess, or ‘inky fingers’ as you just place the leak proof bottle on the top of the reservoir and it fills it, when it’s full, it just stops and you take it off.

When I bought my Eco-tank printer, it included two bottles of each color ink, and I have lost count of the amount of things I’ve printed, but I still have loads of ink left!

I always bought cheaper printers in the past but the cost of the ink cartridges was ridiculously high for the amount of ink the they had in them.

Then I started seeing what so many other people were saying about Eco-Tanks and decided it really was the way to go for me… I have never once regretted buying mine!

It also prints borderless which is a huge bonus!

This is the Epson ET-4750 on Amazon that I have.

There is also a cheaper option for an Eco-Tank on Amazon, which I know is extremely popular with journal makers and that’s the Epson ET-2750


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