Creating Your Own Tags in your Planner

Personalized Planner Tags

by Martha Lucia Gomez

Open planner with personalized clear tage attached to different days made with laminate and StazOn inks by Martha Lucia Gomez

Recently I created my own planner using a digital cut file and I decided to use this as my journal as well. I have a lot of white pages and spaces in it to use for my inspiration, stamping techniques and experiments. In today’s project I will show you some personalized tags that I made for this and maybe these ideas could also help get organized for back to school this fall!

Skill: Beginner
Time: 15 minutes

Directions

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Step 1

I laminated the cover of my planner and I had two left over layers from this. You will need a laminating pocket and laminator machine. Laminate the pocket without anything inside. Alternately you could just use acetate sheets.

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Step 2

Take your die cuts with the design that you want to use and cut the the laminated pocket in your die cut machine.

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Step 3

Stamp your images directly over the tags using StazOn. Let the ink dry.

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Step 4

Decorate your page with the tags using a bit of washi tape.

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Supplies

Imagine
  • StazOn − Blue Hawaii, St. Valentine, Emerald City, Orange Zest, Gothic Purple.
Other
  •  Stampin’ Up − Tin of Cards and Memorable Moments stamp sets
  • Little B − Pennants Die Cuts
  • Laminating machine
  • Laminating pockets (or acetate)
  • Die cut machine
  • Washi tape

 

 

 

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