Pocket for your Planner!

Happy Weekend, Daisies…a BIG smile for the weekend 🙂

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Today I want to show you how to make a fun pocket for your planner…

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The items you will need:  double sided 12×12 scrapbook paper, bone folder, adhesive tape runner, stapler and a single hole punch.

First thing you need to do is to fold your 12×12 paper in half…I like to use a bone folder to make the crease nice and clean!

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Trim the folded 6×12 paper down to 6×8.5…

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Fold back the top part of the paper (one side) to create the pocket and adhere that down.  To “seal” the pocket, I just ran my adhesive runner along the edges and stapled along the bottom just to make sure the bottom doesn’t open up on me!  I then punched holes so it will fit nicely in my planner…

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This stamp set is THE BEST!!!  I created a few lists with some of the stamps and white cardstock…

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I used the Second Generation Stamping Technique below…except I stamped the image 3 times 🙂 loving the look!!!

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Here is my pocket all filled up with lists…

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Now I need to go make one to match the inserts for January 🙂

If you have any questions at all on making this pocket, please comment and let me know!

Yesterday was a GOOD mail day…my January Daisy Day Planner Kit arrived!!!  I will be back next month to show you how I set up January and how I am using the kit…

See you then 🙂

Daisy Love
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