Hello Creatives! Have you tried making planner inserts? It seems like everywhere you turn people are decorating their planners! Personally, I love planners, I get a new one every year and I love decorating them. Maybe looking at the mundane against a pretty project makes you happy, or is that just me?
This pretty blue flower is part of a page I am working on for something else but since we are talking about planner inserts I thought I would give you a peek. A tip in is an added piece of paper to your planner. This is an easy way to add color or make a pretty place for hidden journaling, notes, pics or whatever you want to put in there. Sometimes it a simple
Here the tip in is open, adhere it to the back of the page with permanent adhesive.
I like a heavyweight watercolor paper (minimum 98 lbs) This is one of my newest floral stamps with Art Foamies, it’s called the rose fairy.
I don’t have these in the shop yet but hopefully soon! I will definitely have them before my summer classes. Each flower stamp has a removable center so that you can stamp it with or without a cute little fairy face.
Yolie made this gorgeous trifold Planner Insert.
She has more pics on her blog so make sure you check it out and leave her some love! The “follow your heart” center is from the “Be True” ephemera collection. She also used my heart wing stamp from Art Foamies.
Yolie always comes up with these clever ideas! Don’t you love the gold color on the wings? It’s from the kit Magical Mysteries Fairy Wings Embossing Powder by Rita Barakat and Emerald Creek.
To see all variations:
Art Foamies stamps by Rita Barakat
Magical Mysteries Embossing Powders by Rita Barakat and Emerald Creek
Rita Barakat Ephemera/Die Cuts