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Sunflower’s are natures smile- Planner Pages

July 7, 2023

Hi everyone, Katie here with todays blog post! I seem to be on a Bee theme right now so I might as well keep it going! This time, I am bringing you a Sunflower Planner Page perfect for some of your garden pictures. So grab a coffee and I will walk you through how I created these pictures.

Step 1: You will want to cut out your right and left base page using Planner Essentials #39-Torn Paper. I used the G45 “Let it Bee” Paper. Next, I cut two rectangular mats, cut yours to fit your picture leaving a bit of an edge.

Step 2: Using the Washi Tape Reminiscence Tape #1 I ripped strips and placed it down on my page like above. I used the Washi tape on both pages.

Step 3: Cut some Honeycomb from the Art Journal collection die Honeycomb Dots #1849 and rip it up so its into pieces.

Step 4: I added some fussy cut sunflowers, flowers and leaves from the collection, and my Garden Word from the Seed packet collection. (I used a lot of foam dots, see picture below)

Step 5: On the second page you will want to continue adding a photo mat, washi tape, G45 card, fussy cut sunflowers and Honeycomb. You will notice on both pages some black string like fiber, its colored sisal.. I like to add a little texture on my pages to keep it natural.

Step 6: Ink some of your edges and add your reinforcement rings.

Step 7: My last step is to always speckly with heavy body white paint.

I hope today brought you some inspiration to add your pictures from your garden into your planners.

Have a wonderful day >Katie<

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  • Heather July 9, 2023 at 10:08 am

    Katie, these are my favourite planners pages!
    You are so talented and created such a beautiful design on these!

    • Katie Porcina August 10, 2023 at 7:34 pm

      Thank you Heather!

  • Di Wong July 7, 2023 at 1:12 pm

    Lovely pages. I have this paper and it is gorgeous.

    • Katie Porcina August 10, 2023 at 7:34 pm

      Hi Di, thank you!! I hope you where able to create these pages.

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