Make your planner page with transparent vinyl to add some color and design to your written pages.
New year new planner! Well the last paper planner I had was in 2020, which pretty much didn’t get used. I enjoyed making my own planner pages and calendars and decorating them. Last year I used a web based calendar, so that everyone in the family could see each other’s schedules. But they never even looked at the schedules, and I found that it took me long enough to put my work schedule (it varies from day to day) that I became frustrated.
So this year, I’m back to using a paper planner. I bought on off of Amazon that has all types of goal setting sections and I’m really enjoying it. One of my big goals this year it to take the B1 certificate test for German, and I wrote that down first. I had taken a blank page in my planner and wrote down vocabulary words that I’ve been studying a few times. Then I added the transparent vinyl in a mountain sunset design. It turned out pretty cute.
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Planner Page Decor Instructions
On your planner page, handwrite some text using a black pen. I chose some vocabulary from my German vocab list, but you can use poetry or lyrics or whatever suits you.
Download your design and resize it in your electronic cutting machine software. Cut it out on the six different colors chosen for the design. I used pink, gold and orange tones in the transparent glitter vinyl. I like that vinyl because it’s not too glittery and the colors go together well.
Weed the vinyl with the weeding tool and pick up the portions of the design you want to use with the transfer tape. I like doing it piece by piece so that I can get multiples of the same design using the colors in different spots.
Enjoy your planner page!