Hello friends!

It’s Kylie back with you today and I am going to share with you all the dividers and dashboards I have made to include with my March planning. First though, how pretty is the Fresh Cut theme this month?? I’m so in love with all the pastels and the floral theme.I’ve moved back into my Personal size Mint planner.It seemed like a good match!

Using the little watercolour vase card from my planner kit, I punched some ring holes and have added it as my opening dashboard.

The adhesive enamel dots this month were perfect for adding centres to the little flowers. I’ve done this on more than one divider too, the pastel glitter is divine! I also added a small ribbon bow to the vase.The ribbon was some I had in my stash.

Using one of the velum sheets from the ‘Classified’ kit, I create a little laminated sticker pouch.I love these for storing my sticker sheets. If you missed how I make these a few months ago you can catch up HERE.

The next divider is one of my favourites this month. I actually cut one of the dashboards from the subscription kit in half and adhered it as a pocket to some of the paper. I also added a decorative border from a punch I have.

I created some extra dividers for the month as well. Using a scalloped edge cut file, I cut them from some of the paper on my Silhouette. I then added some title stickers before laminating each one. They were cut about 0.5cm wider than a personal size page so that the scalloped edge sticks out a little in my palnner.All that was left to do was punch my binder holes.

Using the beautiful gold foiled velum I created another pocket dashboard. I fussy cut the pocket to fit over the paper before embellishing.

I have also filmed a short video tutorial of how I created this dashboard.-

I hope you enjoyed seeing my March dividers.Don’t forget to join the Cocoa Daisy Planner Fans Facebook Group HERE.

Chat soon,

Kylie xo


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