So... I have joined up for Carolyn's 12 challenges in 12 months (of course I am starting on the fourth month of the year, but hey!). Details are available at the link I have posted. April's challenge is "Something Line". As it is already halfway through the month, I am thinking something fairly simple is a good idea. And with the new fabrics I have just finished prepping from my Hobby Lobby excursion the possibilities are swimming around in my head. Here is a question: If I combine two months' challenges, can I use one item for both months? LOL! Somehow I don't think that is the point of this challenge, :). My first thought for this challenge is to make a lined, zippered pouch to match my butterfly purse. Let's see if that is what comes about.
Working through some Christmas items to list on www.SpunkyDiva.com, my Etsy store. I will be taking custom orders through Dec. 1st. Also, getting back into the swing of things by participating in two craft fairs this holiday season.
Post-it's tabs are super easy to add and move if you need to change where there are placed. I find that after placing them, I may find it easier to see them further over or on the other side of the page.
Seeing so many different ways to use tabs on the top, sides, and bottoms of their planner has given me ideas. And when you find one way doesn't work great, switch the location until you do find the perfect location for the way you use them.
After this layout, I moved stuff around....
Now the tabs for project lists, H's B-day, next Christmas are on the bottom of the pages. Nothing blocks the, since the above layout I also switched the monthly layouts to behind the DISFish weekly pages I use. The teal/blue month tabs are on the first page of the DISFish which includes that month's information. The monthly tabs on the side are for the two-page monthly sprees by Daytimer that came with this binder. Helps to see the month laid out in that way when on the phone making appo…
Order in my Palmer (right now) goes like this...Dashboard, wrapped in two verses printed on card stock, Food tracker, 2016 DIYFish yearly calendar for melds tracking, Weekly (DIYFish Weekly Project) Monthly two-page layouts, Financial Freedom pages, Fitness pages, Project pages (special event planning pages), Church Team pages.
I have a steno pad in the back pocket for the ongoing, never ending to-do list and what purchases are needed for those tasks. A second stern pad is tucked into the front pocket for me brain dump as I think of things during the day.