“Seize the day, then let it go” Marty Rubin
Just make sure you track it all in your Creative Dyary so you don’t forget!
Step 1: Find this page or whichever page you choose to work on next, in your Creative Dyary.
Step 2: Paint a wavy border along the left side of the planner page (and on Sunday’s block) with Black Marble Dylusions Paint using the large Dylusions Journaling Block.
Step 3: Using Black Marble Ink, stamp 7 squares from the Creative Dyary Stamp Set and some arrows from the Creative Dyary Stamp Set 2. You will want 3 large arrows for the art page and maybe some extras in different sizes to use on the planner side throughout the week.
Inside the squares stamp the letter for each day of the week in Dirty Martini (the letters are also found in Creative Dyary Stamp Set 2).
You will also need to stamp a large Mushroom from the Dylusions Toadstool Town Stamp Set.
Step 4: From the stamp set Toadstool Town, use some of the images to break up the page and create division between the days.
Step 5: Color in your images on the planner page and your mushroom you stamped earlier. Here Dylusions Ink Sprays have been used in the colors Squeezed Orange, Postbox Red, Lemon Zest, Fresh Lime and Slate Grey. Dylusions Paint Pens have also been used in Fresh Lime and Bubblegum Pink. You may also doodle some lines to divide the page for the days of the week.
Step 6: You can find the collage images shown in the Dylusions Collage Sheets Set 1 (Rooster), Set 3 (Clock) and Set 4 (Body). Glue them onto the right-side page along with your stamped images. You may trace around them with a black paint pen to add more definition.
Step 7: On the planner side, add stickers from the Creative Dyary Stickers Collection 2 and stamp some rectangles from the Creative Dyary Stamp Set 2. You may add more style to your page by adding torn washi tape and doodling.
Step 8: On your collage page add some washi tape creating a border around your picture. You may personalize your page with a quote. The one used here says “Seize the day, then let it go” Marty Rubin.
Step 9: Your spread is complete and ready for the week!