Friday, January 6, 2017

Scrapping and knitting

I have been seeing people altering there planners
last year, so this year I want to do that too.
Isn't my new planner a delicious coffee color?
It is A5 size and now what to do?!

I found some classes for free on 
that are so easy to follow and give you some simple
beginners ideas. You have to log in (for free) and
find classes for free to follow.
See the header classes and choose organisation.
this is were you find different planner classes.
Here is my first devider page with
Club Scrap Shades of Winter papers.
I guess you also see that fun coffee clip.
That was a gift in the December coffeecardlist swap,
so I cannot tell you the brand.

I used the original page for size
and my envelop punchboard to make the tabs.
An inch strip was left over and I decorated this
with one of the rubber stamps from the 
Shades of winter stamps. The sentiment on top is
 one of the cut aparts from this kit.

I cut two 2,5 x 3,5 pieces of ivory paper for decoration.
I attached tem with washi tape from my stash.
I saw this fun way of journaling in one of the lessons.
My idea is to use each months kit for that month,
this one is just for trying. I like iot!
I am sure you are going to see more pages
in my planner.

Today I also have been knitting, it is getting cold.
So how about a scraf? A neutral color, so it
fits in with all my clothes.

I am nearly done, Will share tomorrow
and also where I found the pattern.

Thanks for looking
and have a creative day!


Jill P said...

love this Hetty

Wendy Bellino said...

Fun cozy projects for wintry days!

Laura said...

It's so cool that you use a planner! You have inspired me to sign up for and I watched the 1st two DIY Planner classes! Now to actually make one, ha! So much going on right now. I love how you accomplish SO MUCH! Your artwork is just gorgeous!

Daffodil Cards said...

Your planner is going to look awesome. Love the look of your scarf.

Maxine D said...

What a wonderful wee planner, and you have decorated it beautifully Hetty. Love the colour of the scarf and I am looking forward to seeing it finished - I am a bit behind with my commenting...