The Planner Book: Stylish Projects to Creatively Organize and Commemorate the Day to Day
With the runaway popularity of all manner of bullet journals and day planners, having so many different options can be overwhelming, and it can be tough to know where to start on your way to journal and planner success. With The Planner Book, authors Jean Sagendorph and Dawn DeVries Sokol break down some of the intimidation and provide stylish, easy ideas and projects for both novices and experienced planner aficionados. The book is divided into three sections: beginning a journal or planner, including lettering and the basics of the bullet planning system; projects for planner accessories, such as bookmarks, tassels, and page dividers; and instructions for building your own planner, including how to repurpose old books or how to make traveler-style page inserts.
Chock-full of ideas for building, organizing, and decorating your planner, The Planner Book has ideas for all styles of planners and would make a great gift for craft-inclined younger teens. The instructions are clear, and the project samples are inspiring without seeming impossibly complex. Also helpful are the included templates and the brief interviews with the book’s various contributors. Planners of all skill levels and visual styles will find many inspiring projects to tackle within this book.
|Page Count||192 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Griffin|
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|Category||Crafts & Hobbies|