Posted on March 29 2019
Howdy friends! It's Layle back with you again this month sharing a springy set up in my Carpe Diem Traveler's Notebook with the Simple Stories Bunnies & Baskets Simple Set AND the April Free Printables!
When I first set up my TN for a new month, I always start with the pockets. It's so much fun to decorate them & make them look cute! I use this TN primarily for my loooong to do lists, so whenever I open it up it's because there's work to do :) If I have something pretty to look at when I open it up, it makes it a little easier to tackle my to do list!
I fussy cut the lamb, bunny & chick from the Bunnies & Baskets 3x4 Elements and then added some cotton to the lamb, isn't it cute?!
I used one of the 12x12 papers in the collection to make a decorative slip cover for my insert. I used another one of the 3x4 Elements and then added 3D rabbit ears with ribbon.
I adhered two of the dashboards together from the April Free Printables & then used washi to create a 'tip in' & used the April tab from the Tabs Sticker Tablet to separate the month in my insert. I can easily find exactly what month I'm working in this way in my TN.
I love to use the 'currently' dasbhoard from the free printables each month, it's a fun way to document things about me and to look back each month to see how things have changed.
I created a custom pocket folio to add to my TN as well this month, it;'s great for having stickers & other flat embellishments with me on the go. I filmed a quick YouTube video showing how to make the pocket folder, it’s super easy!
The April Free Printables are now available for download! Designed for use in your Carpe Diem A5 planner, personal planner, Traveler's Notebook, on your scrapbook pages, in your SN@P! albums & more - simply download, print, trim & enjoy!
Go to https://carpediemplanners.com/collections/printables-2 to visit our Printables page for these free printables along with many more!
One of the biggest questions we receive about printables is how to print them & what type of paper to print them on. I filmed a YouTube video last month explaining my tips & tricks for printing printables; the first 8-ish minutes of the video talks through that specifically :)