I saw someone had done this so I had to try it. I’m hoping it helps with the chewed pages issue.
Before. An out of date page to experiment on.
I ran washi down the punches side of the page.
I covered the opposite side with a scrap piece of paper to catch the bits of washi so it wouldn’t jam the hole punch.
Ta! Da! A happy planner page with a washi edge.
Ugh. I caved. I bought a new happy planner. I blame my craft store enabler. 😂
It’s so PRETTY
Here’s my last happy planner. I liked the customizing options but I hated the way my pages got eaten.
The remnants of two planners I cobbled together.
The new planner is 2019 only. So I stole an unused month from the remains of the previous two planners.
I washi-d the top and stickered over the dates.
And worked my way through the rest of December.
In my old happy planner I had art journaled some out of date months so I added those in too.
I’m also experimenting with building my own dividers. 😁
So the bitchy planner has returned to happy planning. Guess I’m a happy bitch planner now. 😂😂😂
If you press and hold the space bar on your phones keyboard it enables you to move your cursor through the text. This is so much easier than trying to tap inside the text with your finger!
I’ve only tried it inside of messaging so far. I’ll try it elsewhere and update this post with the results.
Yay! New Techie Tip!
When your washi comes in a box, you’ve ordered too much. 😂
(Shut the fuck up. No such thing! 😂)
And here’s it’s safely napping in its new home. 😍
NPR but definitely organization related!
I have this 2 ft x 3 ft cork board that has seen better days. Cue me forgetting to take a before pic…again. 😂
Here’s the new support for the back of the cork. Before it was just foam core and cardboard. The cork was warping from lack of support. I bought new foam core.
And lots of pretty fabric. I should not be left unattended at Joann’s. I even called the husband to tell him I was skipping through the store with my daughter trying to buy ALL THE THINGS. 😂
Cut the foam core the size of the plywood backing.
Glued the foam core to the plywood.
Glued the foam core & plywood to the cork.
Laid it cork side up and centered the fabric.
Lots of spray adhesive.
Put it back in its frame & added some support pieces at the edges.
Finished and hung up.
IT’S SO CREEPY I COULD DIE!
I fucking love it. 😍
Holy amazingness it’s here!
New spooky washi, in cute bags with extra sequins 😍
Look at all those stickers! 😱
Bonus die cuts. The reaper is my fave I think. 🖤🖤
Grace date markers. Skull checkboxes. I used a pr code (mikayla20) to get a discount on my order and I got her sampler too!
Try not to kill anyone. Habit trackers. Dead date night. Plan it stickers. Clean the castle. Zombie laundry.
All of these are AMAZING
Check out the rest of their stuff here: Righteous Zombie Shop
Here’s a quick screenshot tutorial on how to follow a hashtag on Instagram
First search for the hashtag you want to follow and click on it (to bring up the search bar, click the magnifying glass at the bottom of the app)
Once you have selected the hashtag, a blue FOLLOW button appears. Click it!
Ta-Da! You are now following the hashtag. Followed hashtags will appear in your newsfeed.
Bonus tip. Follow hashtags that your ideal client uses. Every time you like one of their posts, they will receive a notification. (Don’t go back and like every post they’ve made. That’s creepy. 😂)