Wednesday, April 15, 2015

How To Make Your Own Watercolor Planner Stickers | Inspiration


Hello everyone! Today I am gonna show you how I use Shop Evalicious Stamp sets in my planner. I have been guilty as charged as I haven't been scrapping or making Project Life pages at all these few months. I only scrap some random 12x12 pages for assignments once in a while. I still have a bunch of scrapbooking supplies so one of my goal this year is to put them to good use - on my planner pages.


So one of my favourite way to use my scrapbooking supplies - ink and stamps is to make my own stickers. All you need to do is to stamp on white sticker papers (preferably matte sticker sheets which you can get from Amazon). 


I stamped on the sticker sheet using Versacolor and Versafine in black. I am not a fussy stamper - as in it would not bother me if I didn't get a perfect stamped image. 


If you would like to add water-colour or copic markers to colour the image after stamping, remember to use Memento Black (for copic markers) and Versafine Black (for water colour).



I love fussy cutting all the stamp image and keep them for future use. Sometimes I keep them in a flower shaped paint dish and place it on my work desk to avoid 'out of sight, out of mind'.


I haven;'t been doing Project Life pages at all - but documenting my daily life in my creative planner is one of the way to keep me going, using my scrapbooking supplies in a fun way too!


I was inspired by these Target Dollar Spot notepads and stationeries and decided to make some printable for my planners. If you are interested in getting these printables for your planner, do hop over my blog here to download the file.


Thanks for dropping by and I hope you would start having fun with your stamps and planners!

Xoxo,
Sam

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3 comments:

Rona Thompson said...

I love the water colours you did over some of the labels. You're so creative!

Emma said...

What size is the pink planner?
Love this watercolor idea, thank you(:

Rachel L. said...

Prettyyy! I'm so crazy over watercolor now, great idea Sam!