Hello Cocoa Daisy Fans! It’s Jomelle here today. I would love to share my memory keeping using the Standard Daisy Dori. I am truly loving September’s Kit. I love all the soft colors with typewriters and the birds.
I decided to use my Rose Gold Webster’s Pages TN because I love how the soft pink inside matches the kit.
Here I decorated my Standard Daisy Dori front cover. I cut one of the pretty papers that came in the kit. I also used the free printable typewriter and I printed it on acetate. I then layered it with the personal planner dashboard that has “September” on it. I added washi tape on the top and the bottom of the page.
Here is the close up.
I get really excited with decorating and stuffing my pockets with all the goodies. It makes me smile every time I open my planner. Of course I had to add my Simon Clip. He’s the center of attention.
I normally use my Standard Daisy Dori for writing Love Letters to my husband. September is his birthday month so I decided to share with you my memory keeping and letters that I will give to my husband at the end of this month.
As you can see here, I love love stamping. It adds more fun colors in the background.
Writing letters to my husband daily also serve as a memory keeping and journaling but instead it’s addressed to him. I write to him what we did and how we are feeling as a family on a daily basis.
I mentioned in my last blog post that I pre-decorated this page in my A5 planner for my date with my husband. We were finally able to go on a short date we call “Boba Run”. My husband and I go to a Boba Cafe and drink our favorite Boba. Then we will bring some home for the kids. Even the drive to the cafe is very precious because we are never without the kids. So having a little quiet time together is really nice.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope I was able to inspire you.
Great idea! So beautiful!
Commenti love the planner designs. Wish you had the same design for scrapbook pages.
“Love letters to your husband, beyond precious!” …💕💕 love the blog post Jomelle especially the vellum typewriter on the cover !