Hi planner friends! This is Casie https://www.instagram.com/cultivatingcasie/
I am super excited to share with you how I am memory keeping using the vibrant A5 Cocoa Daisy pages. At the beginning of the year, I changed my memory keeping album size from 12×12 to 6×8. I love this smaller size because, for me, the size constraints mean more creativity. I am more selective with the stories I document and the photos I utilize to highlight those stores. And it easily allows me to move my completed pages from my A5 planner into a scrapbook album.
Here is a look at how I prep my weekly pages using the number stickers on the week insert.
Throughout the month, I journaling on the week on two pages. The key to success is having these pages dated and in my planner. This allows me to be all set up for the month and makes for easy documentation on the go. I love have my memory keeping portable, especially now that business of spring has arrived!
When I saw the rain drop vellum paper in the planner add on kit along with the Simon card, I knew I wanted to document my boys jumping in the puddles. The vellum has a fun see through look that allows a peek of the pattern paper from the main kit as well.
I utilized the cloud and rain boot die cuts to create my own journaling cards on white card stock.
Please join me on YouTube for a video walk through.
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