As 2013 is winding down, I’m gearing up for 2014. I’ve got lots of fun ideas and plans for my projects in the new year and cant wait to share them all with you! But for now I thought I would share the planner I am using for Project Life next year. I’ve tried a few different techniques this past year, mentioned here, and this is one of the things I have to perfect or else my album will surely suffer. So I combed through the printable planners I found on Pinterest and found a few I liked, but didn’t love, and didn’t quite fit what I had in mind. So I created my own and wanted to share it with you!
One of my main requirements was that I could fit everything on one page. I tend to get behind on projects so I need a place where I can catch all my thoughts and not have to refer back to multiple places (and I like conserving space and paper). I created this to go in my main all-things-life-planner (see it here) so that I would have them with me all the time. I combined the line a day, design A layout planner and idea-brainstorming lists all in one place to plan a week at a time. The lines are Monday-Sunday so you can remember what happened on which day. Then there are lines for what memorabilia you collected and want to include, what techniques you want to use (like stitching or mixed media, etc), where you got your inspiration from (if you need to refer back to a certain blog post, pin on Pinterest or lyrics from a song) and any other ideas you may have for that week (Caylee has some great ones listed here).
If you would like to use the planners just click on the PDF link below, download, save and print! I left space at the bottom for your ideas, sketches, test room for techniques or pens, or you can trim them down to fit in one of Capture albums (which I’m using mine in). So feel free to use them however you want! In projects like these organization is key, so good luck gearing up for an awesome 2014!
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I would love to see how you are using the planner! Please tag me on instagram @laurenlikesblog or use the hashtag #laurenlikesdesigns
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PS! Want a free printable Project Life card? Go here!
PPS! Want more inspiration for your Project Life using printables? Check out these 6 ways to use digital elements without Photoshop.