Kymona here to show you how to use a stencil to create a scrapbook planner page.
This year I've decided to use my planner not just to document my days but also my memories. I love looking back on pages, which would have been forgotten without the photos, to remind me of what I was thinking or doing on those days.
Altenew stencils are amazing on cards and traditional layouts but they are lovely in a planner as well.
Tell me you don't love how that Dahlia looks on both pages.
I used the Altenew Layered Dahlia Stencil A and B to create this beautiful background.
Here's how to use a stencil to create a scrapbook planner page:
Choose a two-page spread in your planner.
Apply the ink with an ink dauber. It's small enough to add ink in the tiny areas without going out of the lines.
To mirror the flower on the left side of the page, turn the stencil on the backside and apply the ink, in the same manner, starting with Stencil A.
Continue with Stencil B and finish off the full flower.
Add your photo to the top left side of the layout using foam adhesive.
Stamp a couple more sentiments from the same stamp set on the right side of the layout using the same ink.
Add a couple of embellishments to finish up the layout.
Let's take another look:
Stenciling is easy and looks amazing in a planner too.
So, what do you think? Would you stencil in your planner? I would love to hear from you!
Thanks for stopping by!