I had this idea in my head while I was working on the other ones. Pretty minimalistic stuff, but I like the simplicity of those little and thin circles. They are, again slightly smaller than 3 x 4 so you can cut them with a thin border and still have them fit in your PPs. I think they would work for basic journaling cards on a layout as well, and although they really work best vertical, I don’t hate them horizontal. I think you could also use them to make a mini-book – just add a photo in the blank middle section and maybe on the back, then punch a hole in the top corner. Add a cover and put it all on a book ring. Likewise you could turn them into a calendar by printing the month block in the white area. You could even stick two months back to back to make it thinner. Like I say, I aim for my printables to be useful in many ways!
Here is a screen grab of the PDF (again, 2 pages) so you can see the colours best:
And here is a photo of the print-out. I would strongly suggest you print them in photo quality. They look lovely on textured cardstock, but not in normal print mode. My printer has the option of selecting Archival Matte in the Print Settings and that is what I use as I feel it gives the truest colour and a nice thick application of ink. Up to you.
They are slightly smaller than 3 x 4 for ease of cutting with a thin border. They SHOULD work fine on A4 or US letter, but f they don’t LMK and I can split the PDF into 3 sheets of four. Hope you can find a use for them!