Today I want you to take a closer look at the planner stamp set and the stencil that was part of the planner main kit. I love using both the stencil and the stamp set this month. They are so versatile to use. You can mix and match them as you want. The choices are endless
Here are some examples, how I used them in my TN.
I used the arrow stencil to separate my weekend days. I just coloured in the stencil using a fineliner.
On the picture below I mixed and matched the stencil and the stamps to make my to do list. I layered the solid stamp, the outline stamp and the word stamp to create the to do list title. I also used the solid stamp to make the list and outlined it using the stencil and a fineliners.
If you need more space to write on your list, you can use the one sided solid banner stamp to create a longer space as shown on the picture below,
I added a little accent to my challenge list title using the one sided solid banner stamp and the matching striped banner stamp.
Here are more pictures on how I mixed and matched the stamps and the stencil.
To create the title of my next list below, I drew the box for the title using the stencil and a fineliner. Then I stamped in the word “Today“ and coloured it in using a coloured pencil afterwards.
I used the leaves stencil to decorate the background of my planner section. I just coloured in the stencil using coloured pencils but you can also coloured it in using a stamp ink by dabbing the ink into the stencil using a sponge.
Next, I stamped the banner stamp on my weekend section using different colours of inks, outlined it using the stencil and wrote “Weekend“ on the banner.
I also made some banner die cuts using that banner stamp.
Well, this are some ways to use the stencil and the stamp set in my TN.
I hope that I could inspire you to use those items in your planner.
Thank you so much for joining me today and see you next time.