Happy (washi) Wednesday everyone!
Today I want to share with you 3 of my most favourite ways to use the brand new Heidi Swapp Fresh Start Washi Tapes in my Memory Planner. These ways are simple, effective and oh so cute!
I can assure you you will be utilizing these little methods over and over again in your documenting just like I am.
Watch below to see just how amazing (and transformative!) washi tape can be for your Memory Planner!
These are the top 3 ways I am using washi tape in my Memory Planner right now.
Adding in Printables!
I wanted to include the cover of the personal sized Exhale printable in my large Memory Planner so I simply trimmed out the front page, adhering it to my calendar spread using this gorgeous fern washi. Just wrap the washi around the edge of the printable and your base page to create a fun and interactive openable space.
That way I have not only the visual reminder right there on my calendar but room to journal on the back of it about this month’s ‘exhale’ journey.
Adding in my Instax photos!
I love love love including photos in my Memory Planner. Sometimes though I wish to include larger photos that take up a bit more room.
Using washi tape to adhere these photos in my planner is a great way to make sure they are not only secure, but it also allows me to create a flap so that I still have room to add in notes, journaling or more photos if I wish.
I love this option!
Coordinating Page Reinforcements!
The Fresh Start washi tape and We R Memory Keepers Hole Reinforcer Punch is truly a match made in planner heaven!
The Fresh Start collection does not come with a coordinating reinforcer sticker set. However do not fear! With some white cardstock, Fresh Start washi tape and this little punch it is made possible in the easiest way!
As demonstrated in the video, to create customized hole reinforcers simply lay down strips of washi onto white card stock and then punch. I then used my Sticky Thumb adhesive to secure my hole reinforcers in place. Easy peasy!
I hope you enjoyed this little sneak into how I am currently using my washi tape collection in my Memory Planner.
Thanks for stopping by!