No, I’m not talking about a roller date stamp, I can see how that stamp comes in very handy in a planner. What I am talking about is the roller stamp that came in the October Planner Add-On kit. If you have been wondering how you could use this in your planner, then keep on reading!
I created a planner spread for you to illustrate three ways this stamp set could be used. All the stamping on this spread (except for the numbers) was created using the roller stamp. Let’s zoom in:
First, I used black Versafine ink and the plus signs to divide the weekend section into two parts. One for Saturday and one for Sunday. I used black to show that I really mean it, yes – they are two different days!
Then I used the Memento Dew Drop ink in Pear Tart that I purchased in the shop and added a dividing line to all the rest of the days. I used the lighter color to indicate that this division isn’t as harsh as the one for Saturday and Sunday. It is a guide for me to keep my spreads clean and usable: the right column is our family schedule, the left side carries my daily to do list and notes.
Then I used the arrow and black ink again because those laundry piles on Mondays usually are as high as the highest mountains. It indicates that the laundry needs to get done. Today!
Finally, I used one of the swirly, scribbly stamps to underline an important event in the week. To emphasize the importance even more I used yet another ink color: Memento Dew Drop in Cantaloupe. And the spread is done.
Did you use the roller stamp yet? How did you use it? It could also be used to create subtle texture on your journaling pages. If you have great ideas for using the stamp, please share it in the Cocoa Daisy Planner Fans group on facebook or using the Hashtag #cocoadaisycommunity on Instagram.
Tags: stamping, seemownay, planner pages, stamping inspiration, Simone Schermann, roller stamp
….great post Simone! Loved the idea of using it sideways to divide up parts of a day,or Saturday Sunday! Underlining important reminders is another good idea I hadn’t thought of!! Well done my friend !