It's purse-sized and powerful: an altered spiral notebook turned holiday planner!
Papercrafter Krista, blogging as Scraps in Bloom, shares her method for creating a tiny treasure for holiday planning with this step-by-step tutorial. Beginning with a small notebook, she shows how to add covers, divider pages and embellishments.
We'd suggest including a fold-out envelope for receipts--and we love the ribbon-tab dividers!
Made in multiple, these small Christmas planners would make wonderful gifts for a special sister or friend. Get crafting!
Downsizing your Christmas notebook this year? Take a look at this simple--but powerful--purse-sized Christmas planner created by Laurie.
Blogging as My Home For The Holidays, she's made small and simple her goal this year. Using downsized copies of Christmas planner forms from OrganizedChristmas.com, her hand-made notebook has all the organizing elements anyone would need to get organized for Christmas.
The Christmas Countdown has started, notes UK stamper Bekka--so she's made it easy to make a list and check it twice with a Christmas pocket planner.
Showcased at her Feeling Crafty blog, Bekka's clever use of specialty punches and scrapbooking embellishments makes this project a stand-out. The tall column with the scalloped notch makes a tidy home for holiday receipts, while the turned-down pockets to either side keep Christmas pocket planner forms handy.
Check it out--and while you're visiting, don't miss Bekka's offer to e-mail assembly instructions for this beautiful Christmas pocket planner: