Cocoa Daisy Planner DIY: Pocket Dashboards — with video

Hey everyone! Janet here with a super quick and easy DIY to making a pocket dashboard folder to store your planner stickers. Last month, the CD Planner Challenge had a prompt for a DIY Pocket/Divider, so I made one using the 6×8 papers from the kit and I loved it so much that I made one again for my May stickers. This is my April folder:

Cocoa Daisy Planner | Pocket Dashboard by Janet Perafan-BabarImage source: Instagram
  
Here is the step by step one for the one I made in May using the Cocoa Daisy May Planner Kit supplies:

You will need:
-2 6×8 Cocoa Daisy Planner Papers
-Planner Stickers
-Washi Tape
-Adhesive foam tape
-Scissors

Cocoa Daisy Planner | Pocket Dashboard by Janet Perafan-Babar
  
Take your two patterned papers and tape two edges together with washi tape and carefully trim 3/16″ from the right edge, rotate the papers and trim 3/16″ from the bottom edge:
Cocoa Daisy Planner | Pocket Dashboard by Janet Perafan-Babar
  
On the left side of your paper, mark off 3¼” upwards from the bottom and then 4⅜” upwards from the bottom right. Use these points to create your diagonal cut:
Cocoa Daisy Planner | Pocket Dashboard by Janet Perafan-Babar
  
Next, simply use the adhesive foam tape along the edges, make sure that your stickers fit before sandwiching the two papers together.
and done!
Cocoa Daisy Planner | Pocket Dashboard by Janet Perafan-Babar
  
If you’d like, you can play the video tutorial!

  
Thank you so much for spending part of your day with me! I’m off to make a new one for my June stickers!! Hope you’ll make one for yourself as well! If you do, tag me @janetperafanbabar on Instagram. I’d love to see it!

Happy Plannin’!
xx

Janet

  1. Cleonita de Menezes

    Que ideia maravilhosa!!! Nunca pensei em usar fita espuma!

    Reply
  2. Laura Daniels

    great idea and post Janet! Thank you for sharing!
    Laura Instagram @planningmyday

    Reply

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