Hi y’all! It’s Liz here to share how I’ve used the amazing Ink Road Stamps in my memory planner! If you’re not familiar with memory planners, it’s when you use a planner (doesn’t matter what brand) to document your weekly memories. It’s really quick, easy, and most of all fun!
Let’s Get Started!
- First, I always grab my mobile printer (I use the Polaroid Zip), and I print all of my photos from the week. Since I use The Happy Planner® BIG the Polaroid Zip’s 2×3″ self-adhesive photo paper fits perfectly inside the boxes. I decide on where I want them using the days that they occurred as a guide, but I also stagger them to provide more visual interest.
- Next comes the fun part… stamping! Using the My Details set first, I added “Reading:”, “Watching”, and “Loving:” to the sidebar to document what I was into that week. Next, I used the Call Me, Maybe set. With my sweet puppy Gage’s face, I couldn’t help but use the “You are totes adorbs” sentiment stamped on a bordered sticky note with a ‘documented’ sticker to draw attention to it.
- On the second page, I again used the Call Me, Maybe set with the “The internet knows I like you” phrase directly beneath Gage. Then using my favorite set The Struggle is Real, I added ‘coffee’ under my picture of the free coffee I nabbed from our apartment’s front office and ‘a good time’ to the pink pushpin sticky note to the right of my picture of our river tube floats from that weekend.
- Saturday was the first day of Floatfest in San Marcos (a weekend long music festival), so I once again used the My Details set and stamped ‘going:, drinking:, and listening:’ beneath the round ‘little details’ and ‘hello weekend’ stickers to document where we went, things we did, and who we saw in concert that weekend. Lastly, I used the phrase ‘Don’t do crazy things alone’ from the Just a Number set to go along with the memory grouping for our weekend spent at Floatfest.
Thank you for joining me here on The Ink Road blog today! I hope you really feel inspired by my post to do more stamping in your planner(s) if you don’t already. 🙂