Build your own monthly planner spread – part 2

If you haven’t seen steps 1-6, check them out here. When we last looked, the layout was ready to be punched, so let’s pick up right there. Supply list for this week: (I’m not affiliated with Scrapbook.com or Studio L2E, just a happy customer) Hole punch Corner rounder (optional) Tab die EK Success powder tool Distress embossing ink Black super fine embossing powder Heat tool Adhesive Alpha stamps Daily stamps Memento ink in Nautical Blue (the

Build your own monthly planner spread, part 1

Build your own monthly planner spread, part 1

I don’t know about you, but I’m over the monthly planner inserts that I keep seeing.  Most of them don’t fit my personal aesthetic.  So, I decided to try my hand at making my own using MS Publisher.  Once you have the Publisher file set-up the way you like, it’s just a matter of reprinting the file on another set of pages.  Let’s assume that you have a monthly planner file ready, in Publisher, Word,

Why I design my own planner system

Why I design my own planner system

I haven’t yet found, “planner peace.”  I’m not even sure what that means – an ink-fume-induced zen state?  In my pursuit of planner peace, I’ve taken to designing a planner system customized to me.  Something that has enough structure that I can find the information that I need, yet enough freedom for me to be creative. What is a planner system? It’s how you keep track of the important things in your life.  If you’ve