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Note to Self // Look Inside my binder setup

Hey friends! Have you had your eye on the adorable Note to Self Binders that have been restocked? I grabbed the black and white stripe and use it as my everyday planner. You could use this for many things but today I am showing you how I setup mine using the Heidi kit papers and pockets.

I chose several coordinating papers and some fun die cut pieces to decorate with.


I glued two pieces pack to back and then added a coordinating solid as a diagonal piece on top. AndreaGray_NotetoSelfSetup_2

Adding Heidi and some other fun embellishments makes this divider easy to look at each time I open my binder!AndreaGray_NotetoSelfSetup_3

I also punched tabs using a contrasting paper and added a little label that felt like it fit what that section is about.


My binder has only 2 sections right now so I made a second divider and tab. This section is for tracking my design team tasks so I thought the “create your happy” card was a great addition.


Now for the inside! The first section is solely dedicated to lists – ongoing and immediate. Using the new BOLD alpha stamp set – I created big titles so I can list out all my to-dos.


How amazing is this big chunky and classic font? So good!


I am also using the bold numbers to number my A5 vertical weekly planner inserts. I love how the numbers stand out within each section!


Decorating dividers and making my binder pretty sure helps me use my planner and the system I have setup for myself. I hope you have fun setting up your binder and using the fun papers and stamps from Felicity Jane!

I also filmed a quick look inside video so you can see it in action! Check it out here:

Have fun planning and organizing and staying on task!
Andrea =)

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