Mar 15, 2015

Papertrey Ink: Moments Inked 2015 Memory Planner

 Hi all! I'm finally getting to share this post and super excited to tell you about the Papertrey Ink - Moments Inked - Memory Planner! I got a chance to play with the sizeable planner last month and there are some incredible components hidden within. If you are currently creating a Project Life or scrapbooking by day or week this planner is the perfect edition to help you stay on track. 

I'm not scrapbooking in that capacity so I chose to use it as an actual day planner (more so for the kids' school schedule) and utilized many of the stamps and diecuts to personalize it for my own needs. If you're a die-hard list fanatic like myself, the Basic Pages dies are going to work wonders to help keep you organized! I love that they fit right into the planner too - no more sifting through stacks of scratch paper to see where the scribbled list is!

To highlight special events and dates there are a number of various stamp and diecut sets to choose from. These little word stamps combined with the Planner Banner die cuts will keep all of your important dates organized! I spent some time cutting the tiny banners out of bright cardstock and collected them all into a glass jar for easy access. 
I tend to make a lot of the same type of lists on a daily basis and weekly; menu outlines, grocery lists, to-do and possible craft ideas to make. Having a special way to create lists and to keep them organized was a really big deal for me. No more sorting through a  stack of scratch paper looking for my little handwritten to-do list. Now, not only do my lists look pretty because they are all the same size, but they easily fit into the binding of the planner. 

I thought it would be fun to create a color combination for your banners and list titles each month using this collection of paper. I love the bright colored cardstock! I also added a few extras, handmade fabric paper clips to hold my place and I cut a note card pages using my stash of extra papers! (I love any project that helps to use up my paper stash!) 

The possibilities are truly endless for this little planner and whether you're a Project Life crafter or just a mom with a super hectic schedule, there is something useful for everyone to help keep your time managed and your daily memories saved!

xo ~ Tara 


Laura Rahel said...

Love this!

Danielle Flanders said...

Gorgeous pics!

~kellyann~ said...

I love that floral patterned paper. Do you the designer? I could see that lining the back of a cabinet, or in the right scale on a wall.