Decorative Planner Stamping - Frozen Princess

Decorative Planner Stamping - Jo Whight - Frozen Princess Disney



Decorated Planner Pages -Jo Whight - Frozen Princess



This week I have been working on this fabulous image from Yam Puff on the Deviant Art website.  I was looking for an image that would allow me to practice colouring fold and pleats.  There are plenty in this image!  The trick is remembering which folds fall behind and which stand proud.  It was also the first time I had drawn my own eyes on to a Chibi.  

This was coloured with Copic markers on to sticker paper, fussy cut and the applied to the page.



In order to continue the theme (which I must say is a bit strange for summer).  I have used a fabulous pastel blue glitter embossing powder that I got in Joann's last time I was in the States, and have used this to emboss snowflakes.  A couple of small penguins from the same lawn fawn set were used to finish the decorating.  My Toad planner clip was made from the toad in the `toadily awesome` stamp set from stampin` up.


Getting planners shipped to the UK is a very expensive business, so I have been talking about next years planner at length.  I think I have decided what I want...the next question is vertical or horizontal?  Last year I had vertical and loved it but I really wanted IWP for this years planner and their inserts were only available in the horizontal format.

Tbh I thought I would struggle with the horizontal but I have found it very useful for a looser style of planning.  However, this week to see how I felt about verticals I pencilled in a vertical line to break my spread up into boxes and to see how I coped with more 'formal' planning.  I have to say it feels a little bit odd.

Most of my functional stamps are from studio L2E...I love the `High Light It Boxes 2` they work so well with this type of spread, and of course I  always use my `Plan It` and `List It` sets on every spread.  The `Planners Gotta Plan` and the `Todays Plan` are from Technique Tuesday and possibly the only planner stamps that I can pop to the craft shop and buy here in the UK.  they are available in my local store papermaze who have a cracking online store and also take telephone orders


As the week progresses I will see how it feels...hope you all have a wonderful week
Jo x

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