Ten steps to an easy Christmas planner? You bet ... with this new tutorial from the Under the Sycamore blog!
Written as a guest post by three sisters, bloggers from eighteen25, this illustrated tutorial will take you step by step through creating a pretty Christmas planner.
A bonus: free printable labels and decor elements to spark your project!
Start with a simple composition book, then layer patterned paper, cardstock and labels to create a custom cover. With inset calendars, dividers and tags, this is a pretty--and practical--planner project.
Start with a simple photo album from the dollar store. Add patterned paper, index cards and a bit of creativity, and what do you get? This delightful Christmas Planner from blogger Janelle at the Arizona Families blog.
What we love about this? Simplicity! Using an inexpensive photo album as the base, users add standard-sized index cards to photo pockets to create a durable holiday organizer.
Don't miss Janelle's advice about adding tabs. Using a paper punch makes it easy to make as many tabs as you need. Since you create your own planner, your tabs will be as unique and individual as you are!
What's the secret to Scrappin' Kat's elegant--and easy--altered journal Christmas planner? Combine coordinated patterned papers and cardstock, add an inexpensive composition book, and voila! A dashing entry in the Christmas planner field!
The organizer in me loves her abundance of pockets. With four sections to the planner, top tabs--a real innovation that should avoid the "dog-eared" look!--and the appeal of simplicity, this Christmas planner glows!