Tuesday, January 22, 2019

CC ~ Jan 21 ~ Christmas Activity Planner

Howdy Crafters ~ Here it is 2019! Whoot! Whoot!

January is all about Planners for the Cutting Cafe Design Team.

I decided to create a 25 Days of Christmas Activities Planner booklet to be used this December.

My "plan" is to record in my activity planner what crafting projects I would like to accomplish such: cards, tags, and projects. This will help me get additional crafting items ready for Christmas. 

I added 2 pockets and slipped in some Index cards that are ready to jot down ideas that comes to mind for 2019 Christmas ~

The possibilities are endless for this wonderful planner and Regina has the printable in her store ready for you to start your own Activities booklet.   OR you can add activity pages to a Journal using Regina's many Journals for sale in the Store - CLICK HERE.

Thanks for stopping by! And don't forget to come and visit the blog where my Design Team Sisters have created projects - Leave a loving comment and your name will be entered into the draw to receive 3 SVG's! Whoot Whoot - Happy New Year!

More Photos and Recipe
Cover - TLC Winter Printable - Strip of Patterned paper for binding
Word Snippets taken from the Print Out by Regina Easter - Cutting Cafe
Back of Cover - Recollections Ornament Cardstock
Showing the added pockets to this Activities Journals
On Left - Regina Easter Big Word Holiday printable
I brought a JPEG into word - colored it with Green Ink - Distress around the wording
Used a Sizzix Die Cut through my Cuttlebug to cut
Recollections Patterned Paper on the back of page
Fiskars Punch for the Pocket - Index cards Inserted
on the RIGHT side
Regina Easters Activity Journal Page
Fiskars Punch for pocket opening
Index Cards

It would be an honor to share with these challenges:

 Jan CHN Patterned paper 

Jan CHN Christmas Challenge 
 




3 comments:

  1. What a great idea Gail! I should do something like this now, to write down what I want to get accomplished for this Dec. and work in it ahead of time. Might prove to be very helpful to me as I always have these great ideas but never remember what it was I was going to do. lol Hugs, Brenda

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  2. Great idea. Thanks for joining us at the CHNC Christmas Weekly this week for our Anything Goes, optional "Feature a Creature" Challenge.

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  3. A great project - thanks for sharing it with Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge.

    Helen x

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