Tanti is here. Hope you are all doing well.
Today, I’m going to share with you how I used the Vellum elements in my standard size Daisy dori.
I really love using vellum in my planner or journal spreads. It could add an interesting look to your pages.
This month, we have a vellum sheet from the planner classified kit and some vellum star die cuts from the pocket memory keeping kit.
So without further ado, this is how I used them.
I love creating a see through pocket in my TN.
This month, I used the vellum star die cuts to create it.
I laminated some of them, added the border sticker on the edges and then fussy cut it.
I put double sided tape on the left side and on the bottom of it and attached it onto the back side of my TN cover. You can also use this technique for any planner dashboards.
I also love using the vellum sheet from the kit in my journal pages.
This month, I used the vellum sheet to create shaped flaps on my spread.
If you want to know how I created it, you can watch the process video at the end of this post.
In the picture below, I also added a piece of the star vellums onto my journal spread.
I just stapled it onto the page and wrote my journal beneath it.
I really love the see through look of it
Just a little note: If you have some leftover from the vellum like this one.
Don’t throw it away. You can still use it to add an interesting accent to your pages.
You could use that piece to add a bit dimension to your page.
Just add it as shown in the picture below,
Then stick your photo on it.
In the next picture, I just stapled some triangle shaped leftovers to the corners of my journal spread, just to fill in the empty space there.
This is how the spread looks.
Well, I hope I could inspire you to use all the vellum elements from the kit this time.
Enjoy the video and thank you so much for stopping by.