Hi my friends!! And welcome to this inspiration monday #2 :)
It's still early in january, and I haven't forgotten all about my new years resolutions... yet...
If you are like me you have alot on your plate during the week. And as a mother of 4 busy kids I really need a bit of organization.
So to keep track of all the appointments during the week I've made this week-planner.
This is a planner for all the things we do same day, same place every week, so I don't have to put that up in my calendar. I just keep this planner hanging along with my calendar, and I'll
keep track of all the stuff we do on a regular basis. :)
So today I'll share this little week-planner with you.
So simple, but yet so helpful. ;)
What You'll need:
1 white or cream cardstock 8" X 8"
2 sheets of 12" X12" patterned paper of your choice
a piece of twine
day-stamps (mine are by Purple Onion)
photo-holders and brads
I made my plan simply by drawing this grid to a 8" X 8" cardstock. You can download and print this grid on to your cardstock if you like, or you can draw your own, perfect for your own use. :)
I rounded the corners of my cream cardstock and added the grid on top of my turcouse patterned paper - just left a tiny frame of turqouse around the cardstock.
I made two holes and add eyelets on the upper part of the patterned paper I decided to use as my background-paper.
I placed the holes a little bit right of the center, to make room for the date-stamps on the side of the grid-plan.
Tied the binder-clip to the paper with the twine.
Now you can place your planner in the middle of the background paper, and secure it with the clip.
Stamped Monday - Friday with my purple Onion date-stamps on a craft cardstock.
cut out all the circles / stamped images
Added the circles to the edge or my planner.
To add some drops of color and to secure the grid-cardstock (because I haven't glued it to the background - I wanted it to be changeable) I added 3 yellow photo-holders
Write the names in the uper part of the grid
Decorated with my favorite Cosmo Cricket rubons. :)
Planner is ready to use.
Just add your regular plans to the spaces on the planner.
I keep mine by the phone, so I won't miss out on anything ;)
Thanks for popping by!
Happy creating - and have a wonderful week!!