Hi, my name is Johanna and I love scrapbooking paper pads. Whew… there, I said it. Usually, it’s the 12 x 12 inch paper pads that I go for (especially double sided paper pads). But for some reason, I have quite a few 6 x 6 inch paper pads. I think that I’ve picked them up because they are cute but honestly, they aren’t really functional for what I use them for (my Traveler’s Notebooks).
I enjoy paper crafting. I find it a very relaxing way to be creative and since I’m a huge fan of paper, paper crafting hits all the right notes. For this tutorial, in my #craftseries2019, I’ll show you how to make a quick and easy Jr. Legal Notepad Cover with a velcro flap/closure
Lately, I’ve come to realize that not only do I love the style and quality of Happy Planner products, I LOVE the functionality. More and more, if it isn’t on the disc bound system, it isn’t for me. I love being able to take pages in and out of my Happy Planner system. Continue reading “Easy Lettering/Workbook hack in a Happy Planner”→
A few years ago, the December Daily concept pinged on my radar. December daily is a concept started by Ali Edwards in 2007. The concept is based on memory keeping, or ‘telling a story’ for every day in December leading up to Christmas. It generally involves elements of scrap booking, pictures, thoughts etc. (you can find more here: https://aliedwards.com/projects-december-daily)
I might have mentioned once, or twice, or a hundred times that I love stationary. Back to school season (even though I’m not in school, a teacher, or have children in school) is one of my favorite seasons. All of the pens, paper, markers, and notebooks! It’s a stationary nerd’s paradise.
Happy Planner currently makes folders for their Mini, Classic, and Big size systems. However, Happy Planner does not currently have a folder made for the Half Sheet Happy Notes. Many people that I’ve seen on YouTube and Instagram have cut down a classic size folder and use that. With the limited access to Happy Planner items in Hawaii, I don’t have any extra folders that I feel comfortable cutting.