5 Ideas for Each of Your Memory Planner Pages


5 Ways on Every Planner Page

sharing planner ideas for each page

Let's get right to it, shall we? Today I want to point out for each of these pages shown from my October Memory Planner and five ways to add to your planner pages.
I am using the Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters Planner Inserts. As the end of this year begins to near, I want to inspire you to do one of two things:

1. Continue to add to your current planner the little things that make up all of your life
2. Or, to be inspired about keeping a memory planner next year to include all the little things that make up all of your life

5 Ways on Every Planner Page

For each of the pages I share from October here, I will simply bullet point 5 different tips I want to share with you that make up each page.

  • Stay with one color story to create a cohesive look across the page spread
  • Use a bold stamp to mark the date of the week at hand
  • Add various stamped images from your vast stash of stamps to tell the story on the page
  • Remember to add in photos of the every day
  • Treat each daily section like it's own little scrapbook page

5 Ways on Every Planner Page

  • Create boxes from a stencil or hand written to add in bullet points from the day
  • Use scrapbook journal spots to add documentation to a day
  • Mix clear stickers with cardstock stickers to create embellishment clusters
  • Make notched tags with a fold to hide hidden journaling
  • Construct DIY tags for additional journaling space

5 Ways on Every Planner Page

  • Include yourself and your photos on the page
  • Use alpha stamps to title the vibe of the day
  • Repetitive use of washi tape phrases can make great statements
  • Punch out circles from cardstock, stamp with an icon image and use as an embellishment
  • A journal spot too big for a page? Simply cut it in half

5 Ways on Every Planner Page

  • Sign up for Heidi's Stop The Blur so you can include her fabulous printables to your Memory Planner page spreads
  • Photo and include the change in the season
  • Use washi tape to divide up the sections on a page
  • Don't forget to include definition stickers to add to the attitude of a page
  • Draw a circle shape and highlight with a colored pencil to designate a journal spot

5 Ways on Every Planner Page

  • Die cut words and phrases in contrasting cardstock to help title the page
  • Grab photos of your kids from Instagram that they do not send you and add them to your planner story
  • Create pockets and add to the page to make room for a bigger story or hidden journaling
  • Tell a story with phrase strips from printables or your sticker stash
  • Make it all your own

That was 30 ideas for your planner pages!!!
Thirty ideas that I am using. I used them my way. But I hope this inspires you to use them your way. If ever you are stumped for what to do next on your planner page, just come back to this article and find your inspirational boost.

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