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Planner Tips For the Beginner Planner

Planner Tips for the Beginner Planner

The beginning of the year evokes this need to try new things. Set new goals. Do the thing we keep putting off. I love this time of year. The proverbial line in the sand. The old to new. The past to the future. And with...

How To Plan 2020 With Heidi Swapp Travelers Notebook

Planning For 2020 With Travelers Notebook

We are in that juxtaposition where we are smack in the middle of a busy December month and all that goes along with the holiday festivities. But we are also staring straight down the calendar into 2020! Twenty twenty already!!! Even the name of the...

How to Create a Weekly Spread in a Travel Journal

Happiest Friday friends! Today I am up to share a fun look and tutorial into how I use some of my most favourite Heidi Swapp Journal Studio products to create my weekly journal spreads. I thought this would be the perfect weekend inspiration to "set the stage"...

heidi swapp foil quill memory planner I @lindsaybateman for @heidiswapp

Foil Quill in a Memory Planner

The new We R Memory Keepers Foil Quill is perfect in a planner page! Foil designs in your planner with your electric die cutting machine. Use the Heidi Swapp USB design drives for designs to foil! ...

Heidi Swapp Memory Planner

6 months in my memory planner

Can you believe we are half way through the year! The year is flying but I am forever thankful that I record the big and little moments of my family's life in my Memory Planner. This year I am again using the Classic Planner- it...

Starting Now In Your Heidi Swapp Memory Planner by Jamie Pate | @jamiepate for @heidiswapp

Why Start Now In Your Memory Planner

Right here and now. That is an often used adage for us scrappers. Whether we are talking about a story. Or a memory. Or a photo. We often use that idiom to encourage ourselves to take a notice at what is happening right here and right...