DaisyDori Memory Keeping & Journaling

Hello girls,
I’m here again!

Today I wanted to talk to you about my passion born just one year ago, make a photo-diary of the daily events in my planner.
The dated planners didn’t work for me, I don’t have always time to do a project a day or a week and leaving the blank pages made me throw away the whole project, so I decided for the undated inserts and then I found peace with the Daisy Dori regular.
I love having pages already partially decorated and all the coordinated embellishments to be able to do the projects quickly but with satisfaction, I love very much mixing stamps of several months and adding titles with alphas!
The month of January, journey’s themed, particularly inspired me because I had the chance to go on vacation, a perfect combination: Cocoa Daisy + Paris!

>In this page I use one of my first photos of Paris, I had not yet had the opportunity to insert it into a project but it is this image that I have in my eyes every time I take the plane back to this city. It seemed right to bring Simon and Betty too!

>All my passion for stamps, inks and embellishments….

>Not just photos
At the beginning I did projects only if I had a nice picture to insert, in the course of 2017 I realized that even the simple moments, like the preparation of the suitcase, can be inspired by a project and be remembered.

>And even if I do not like my handwriting I have learned to accept that it is part of what I am, now the pages seem empty without words!

This January diary is still ongoing, if you want to see how it ends follow me on Instagram:


For February I decided for a new adventure, change format and try the new B6 …. who knows what will come out.
From these projects, however, I learned a great lesson, creativity follows life and influence each other, we must always try!

I hope I have given you some ideas on how to use these beautiful products in a different way, I would love to know how you think about it, compare yourself with your ideas, know how you live your creativity.

Be happy first!






  1. Francesca

    Clap Clap Clap 🙂

  2. Simone Schermann

    I love how you talked about your start and what you learned. Yes to all of that. You don’t need a photo to tell a story and words are important! I actually love your handwriting!

    • Evelyne Schmidtke

      Simeone thank you. ❤️

  3. alessia_g75

    Good job! I love your dori project!


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