January Stamping Inspiration

Hi everyone.

Tanti is here.

I love using stamps for planning and memory keeping. I am always so excited if Cocoa Daisy includes stamps in any of their kit.

Today, I want to share with you, how I used the January stamp sets from the pocket memory keeping kit and the planner main kit.

On the picture below, I used the arrow stamp from the pocket memory keeping kit to separate the weekend days and I also used the number stamps from the same kit to write the dates.

This is how I used the stamp set from the planner main kit.

As usual, I love using stamps to make some extra die cuts. You can stamp them on a regular paper of even on a sticker paper and then fussy cut them. You can use the fussy cut pieces to cover up some mistakes you made on your pages or just to decorate the pages.

On the next picture, I used the stamp images to create a charm. I colored them, fussy cut and then laminated them to make them studier for the charm. Then I fussy cut the laminated stamp images once more and attached the charm on the spine of my planner.

You can also hang the charm on a paperclip as shown on the picture below.

I also made a magnetic paperclip using the stamps. I glued that stamp image on a patterned paper, folded it and I added some magnet on the inside as shown on the picture below. Then, I stuck a clear adhesive foil onto the image. So that I can write on it using a non permanent marker.

I use it as a bookmark for my TN.

And I also use it as a reusable tab. I can write the subject on it using a non permanent marker, so that I can erase it to use it for another subject.

On the picture below, I stamped that paper image on my week spread and filled it in with the dates and the weather on each day.

I also used stamps to create some structures on the background of my planner spread and on the background of my memory keeping spread.

I hope this will inspire you to use your January stamps in your planner.

Thank you so much for joining me today and see you next time.



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