Hi again friends, I've completed my 2021 planner and have a video tutorial just for you planner fans of Elizabeth Craft Designs planner dies and stamps. I hope you take some time out with a nice cuppa and enjoy the process. Yes, it's a lot of product, but of course it's always just a suggestion. It takes time to acquire all those fabulous dies! So use what you have a glean some inspiration for the rest. Enjoy! Product links below.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Monday, January 11, 2021
The Elizabeth Craft Designs team was challenged with the theme of "Scrapbook" this month and my mind immediately went to 12 x 12. I freaked out a little since I haven't created an official "scrapbook layout" in years. But after some clarification, I learned we could create whatever size we wanted. Naturally, I chose to create a layout in my ECD planner. Talk about speedy scrapbooking!
This year, I will have THREE planners going at a time. My datebook planner for appointments and reminders, my memory-keeping planner for the year's events, and a special Nature Notebook planner which is what I'm sharing today. I used the Sidekick sized planner in Espresso and mixed both the Sidekick and Planner Essentials dies. This planner will be reserved for all those beautiful photos of our surroundings here in Greenville mostly, but I'll also be including any travel or hiking photos as well.
The ECD design team is sharing their "scrapbook" projects on their blog today, so I hope you take a moment to check them out here.
I'll provide the links to the products I used below. And, of course, a video will surely be coming down the road when I get a few more pages complete.
Friday, January 8, 2021
Don't forget, my crafty friends, that tomorrow is THE DAY! Registration for our fifth and FINAL Creative Mountain Retreat opens at 10:00 a.m. EST tomorrow, January 9th. It's an incredibly fun and relaxing, creative weekend in the mountains of North Carolina and we host it in the Fall which is the perfect time.
Please take a moment now to read through all the information, how to register properly, and all about this fantastic event at the Creative Retreat Blog. When you're done reading the main page, but sure to hit the Registration tab at the top which will guide you on how to register.
We can only accept 30 crafters, so this is an event that fills super fast! Being ready with all the proper information ahead of time, and responding as directed in the instructions is critical to your success of getting in. Any registrations that come in before 10:00 a.m. EST will be rejected as invalid, so take your time, get your info ready, and watch the clock on your computer. Usually we fill up in about 30 minutes, so don't stress too much over it at first. If you have any questions before registering, feel free to ask them here in the comments. That way, if someone else has the same question, you'll be helping them out as well.
Thanks, and hope to see you next Fall!
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
It's a new year, so that means a new 2021 Planner! I've featured over on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog today sharing a quick tutorial on how I created my planner dashboard page and January divider using their wonderful dies and stamps, so I hope you get a chance to check it out here.
My planner this year will be created using Graphic 45's sweet "Woodland Friends" collection and Patterns & Solids. I'm working on the video tutorial for my entire planner now and will share soon on my YouTube channel and, of course, here on my blog. It's a little later than I had hoped (usually my planner is done in early December) but it's been a busy few months. It's coming, I promise!
In case you missed it, be sure to check out my previous post where I share how to print my planner pages I've created specifically for the ECD Planner. For just a few dollars in my Etsy shop, you can get the digital download of the weekly pages, the mini monthly calendars, and a holidays page.
I can't wait to finish my planner and share it with you! Thanks for popping in today. Below you'll find a list of products with links to buy your own. (Remember, I get a teeny-tiny commission if you buy using my links. Thank you in advance.)