Heidi Swapp | ART WALK IN YOUR STORYLINE CHAPTERS MEMORY PLANNER
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ART WALK IN YOUR STORYLINE CHAPTERS MEMORY PLANNER

Happiest Wednesday sweet friends.

I am so ready to share all the bright and colourful today.

I had the best time playing with all things Art Walk to create my latest Storyline Chapters Planner spread, and I just love it.

My heart needs colour. And Art Walk definitely delivers the colour.

This fabulous 6×8 paper pad has become my Storyline Chapters Planner’s best friend.  I used so many elements and details from this paper pad in my planner, along with other fun extras you will see up close and personal.  This paper pad just deserves a huge shout out because it is that awesome.

When my heart memory plans, I love to incorporate photos, thoughts, reflections… I never really stick to one “style”. It is kind of more an eclectic mix of what I am just feeling at the moment of creating.

 

When working in your Storyline Chapters planner, remember to just have fun.  Layer, embellish, stamp, add colour…doodle!  That is the beauty of these blank canvases, totally no rules apply.  I loved adding some of my favourite stamps in, layering various papers as journaling spots, washi backgrounds… machine stitching. Anything truly goes.

One of the things that I am so grateful for when it comes to keeping a memory planner is how conscious I have been becoming about taking a photo and capturing one little memory each day.  It is simple enough to do, and it really amazes me how when it all comes together on the page it can make the craziest week look good!

Life right now is certainly not how I pictured it, but we can still choose each and every day how we want to remember it.  For now, that means focusing on the joyful parts.  The blessed parts.  And writing them down.  Even if it is the simplest moment like capturing my son doing some of his online schooling (and ACTUALLY enjoying it), or a scooter ride, or eating the first smore of the summer season.  A silly selfie.  They all add up to something greater than what is and that is a beautiful and powerful thing.

I hope that this little peek into my latest weekly spread has maybe encouraged you to capture a few extra photos this week, or write some thoughts down, or maybe even try memory planning for the first time ever!

If you would like to learn even more, check out Heidi Swapp’s fabulous new online class available now called STOP THE BLUR.  It is all things memory planning and is full of so much incredible content.  I know you will love it!

As always, everything I have shared here today is available right now at JoAnn Stores and JoAnn online.

Supplies: Art Walk Collection; Storyline Chapters Planner Inserts