Monday, September 11, 2017

diy pocket folder planner insert

Hi there! I’m glad to be back to share another Tools Today video with you. Sharing my excitement about the fabulous tools from my friends at We R Memory Keepers is something I love to do! With the start of a new school year, I wanted to share some tools that are perfect for planner projects, school projects, office projects, and more.

This is a personal blog, but I am an employee and do receive financial compensation and material product from American Crafts/We R Memory Keepers. This post contains affiliate links to help support my blog. You are not charged any extra cost for purchasing supplies using those affiliate links. All ideas and opinions are my own.

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Say hello to the Planner Punch Board and the Hole Reinforcer Punch! With the Planner Punch Board you can punch any configuration of holes for any planner, binder, or notebook with standard holes. You can also purchase Disc Punch Inserts and Spiral Punch Inserts separately for other types of planners, journals, and notebooks.

The Hole Reinforcer Punch allows you to easily create your own custom hole reinforcers using your favorite paper scraps. Use the hole reinforcers as accents on binder pages, planner inserts, or tags, or to reinforce your binder papers so they don’t tear out.

With these must-have tools I created a DIY Pocket Folder Planner Insert. It’s easy to make and is perfect for storing planner accessories, embellishments, receipts, photos, or other ephemera. The folder has pockets on both sides.


I used paper and embellishments from the Maggie Holmes Chasing Dreams collection by Crate Paper.




To learn more about these two planner tools, and how to make a pocket folder planner insert for yourself, watch the video below!


This project is ideal for planners, but could also be used for mini albums, journals, notebooks, and mini books.



Thanks for stopping by and for letting me share my love for these awesome planner tools! If you have any questions about them, or about this project, leave a comment below. Happy crafting and planning friends!

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1 comment:

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Such creative and fun project.