Today we’ve got another Fawntastic Friday for you. I’ve really been loving seeing all your wonderful projects shared around the net!
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We just love the way you used the washi as your background. So beautiful!
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Sami here bringing you another Washi Wednesday. Today I want to talk about one of my favorite ways to use washi. I think this technique lends itself beautifully to layouts of any size. I tend to gravitate towards this technique time and time again. Watch the video below to learn this simple trick.
Today I thought I would show you a super quick look into my planner. I’ve been using an Inkwell Press Planner for 2017 & today I did a bit of washi decorating using the gorgeous new May washi. This washi is available in the store now individually and as part of the May Planner kit & May Embellishment kit.
Sneak peeks for June officially start tomorrow, but I have a super cute sneak peek in today’s video 🙂
Sami here, bringing you this week’s Washi Wednesday.
This tutorial is quick and simple. Today I show you how to make some days of the week journaling cards. These are perfect for Project Life because you can make a journaling card for each day. Documenting a week in the life is such a popular Project Life process right now, I thought the beautiful May washi would work great for this.
Sami here to share a quick and easy way to keep your cords organized for easy use. I keep a surge protector near by nightstand in order to keep all my electronics charged, but it’s sometimes a challenge keeping track of which cord is which. So I decided to use a hack I’ve seen many times in many different ways on Pinterest. When I saw the April kit floral washi, I knew it would be perfect for this. Check it out in today’s video below!
I hope you enjoyed this hack. I think it’s great because it makes it easy to see which cords you want to keep plugged in and which you’d like to unplug. Keeping cords unplugged when not in use can save money! I’m all for saving a penny when I can 🙂
Hey everyone! Sami here with another Washi Wednesday Tutorial.
I recently made a cover for my Traveler’s Notebook insert and I wanted to share it with you. I really loved how last week’s clean and simple thank you cards turned out with the Chevron Washi that was part of the March Embellishment Kit and Planner Kit. I wanted to take that a step further by making a TN notebook cover.
Lately I have been using a Freckled Fawn Sleek TN in the color Rich Teal. I just LOVE the texture on this TN. It’s gorgeous!
Here is the quick video showing how I made my cover: