Planner Stamping

Hello, everyone. It’s Mariko here today to show how I use my beloved weekly planner.

I have been a stamper for many years, and I have also used some type of planners for as long as I remember, but it was only last year that I discovered the world that combines the two. Stamping in planners? Yes, please!

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Stamps and inks certainly bring more colors and playfulness to my planner. Look how I use a camera icon stamp to indicate “photo shoot”!

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Besides adding visual effect, stamping in a planner also has a more functional and practical purpose. I feel the act of stamping helps me visualize and memorize what is coming up in a given week more than just jotting down.

This is what I have been longing to do ever since I became a planner stamper. Making a set of customized monthly tabs!

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A handmade acetate dashboard is another element that I wanted to incorporate in my planner.

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And here’s my dream come true. A collection of handmade dividers using my favorite designers’ patterned paper and customizable stamped tabs!

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All this can be achieved with Hero Arts’ new Planner Page Cut-out and Planner Tab dies. I am so thrilled that they will be mine to keep. Now, whenever my lifestyle changes, new year comes, or cute papers are obtained, I can modify my planner set up with these convenient dies.

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With the planner page and tab dies, a bookmark is also easy to make.

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You can make it scalloped or zig-zagged by using the border dies slightly longer than the length of the planner page die.

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How fun!

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Thank you for stopping by today. Happy stamping & planning!


Happy Ink Cube (AF300) Cake & Coffee Ink Cube (AF302) TABS (CL846) Plan (CL847) To Do List (CL848) My Week (CL849)
PLANNER TAB (3) (DI117) PLANNER PAGE CUT-OUT (DI118) PLANNER PAGE EDGES (2) (DI119)

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