It’s Kylie back with you today and I am going to share another planner basics tutorial with you all. This month I am going to show you how to make a clear pocket dashboard for your ring planner. This technique can be used to create any size you like for your ring planner whether it be A5, Personal etc. These dashboards add a lovely fun element to your planner and are also practical for storing stickers, photos, receipts or anything you may need for planning on the go.
There are a few supplies you will need to create this dashboard.-
Cocoa Daisy exclusive paper, Laminator, 2 x laminating sheets, ruler, craft knife, craft mat, glue / adhesive, scissors, die cuts or stickers, trimming board, planner punch or hole punch.
I used one of my Cocoa Daisy dashboards as a template to cut my paper to size. The first thing you need to do is add any embellishments you like prior to being run through the laminator. I fussy cut the barn from one of my A5 dashboards, the clouds I cut free hand from scrap card stock and my Farmer Simon was from the printables this month. I added everything to the top half of my dashboard so that I would still see them when I put things in my clear pocket.
These pocket dashboards are really sturdy thanks to the laminating, but I would still recommend not over filling them so that they wont pull apart from the sides.
So that you can see exactly how to make your very own, I have filled a short video tutorial for you to see.
These dashboards are really quite easy to make and add a lovely touch to your planner pages!
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