Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Fall Planner Pages using Petite Prints | with Anabelle

  Fall is just about here and I'm getting ready for it in my planner! This week, we are focusing on the new Petite Prints papers. They are so versatile. I used them a couple of different ways on my spread. I also pulled out some sweet stickers from the Forest Friends line. The papers go perfectly with them and made pulling this spread together so easy!
To start with, I created a dashboard. I used a 12 by 12 piece of the striped paper as my base and added the yellow polka dot borders. It made the perfect backdrop for my stickers and banner. 
I created the banner by adding foam adhesive to the banner pieces. I adhered the twine with hot glue and then added the cute little clothespins. This is a bulkier embellishment but it works since it's the dashboard of my planner.
I love decorating my pockets. This one has several journaling cards and stickers added to it. I trimmed a couple of pieces of the Petite Prints paper and added washi to the ends. Then I tucked them into the flaps to give some added color to the spread.
To make the journaling cards, I trimmed the 6 by 6 Petite Papers to 3 by 4. Then, I selected some stickers to embellish them. I love having extra cards on hand to pull out and write notes on as needed.
Me weekly spread used lots of stickers, too! I love how it turned out. One thing that I love adding to my spreads is washi tape. I decided to create some faux washi using the Petite Prints on here and it turned out great. I simply trimmed the paper to 1/2" strips. Then, I adhered it using a glue stick. It makes perfect washi! I added some border stickers to the top and bottom strips, as well.
The Petite Prints papers are really the perfect complement for any Doodlebug collection. I hope you got some ideas about how you might use them on your planner spreads. Thanks for stopping by!

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