Saturday, January 7, 2017

2017 Scrapbook Planner

2017 is here and that means it's time to start thinking about creating a new planner. Today I'm on the Graphic 45 blog sharing with you a 2017 Scrapbook Planner using Children’s Hour, Café Parisian as well as a variety of other collections from this year.  Having a planner that will allow me to document birthdays, important events or things and being able to scrapbook those special moments during the month is so important to me. You'll want to head over to the Graphic 45 blog to check out the rest of the photos of my project.

Tip: Add policy envelopes into your planner as a way to hold important receipts, ticket stubs or other important pieces of paper.

Tip: Add different size papers and fold outs into your planner to add some extra interest as well as give you more space to document your memories.

This is just a few of the photos of the inside of my planner. To see more pictures of my 2017 Scrapbook planner, you'll want to head over to the Graphic 45 blog. I'm warning you though, that you'll want to grab a cup of tea or coffee before reading the post as the post is top heavy with photos. 

Supplies Used:

- 12” x 12” Café Parisian: Confectionary
Café Parisian 12”x12: Patterns & Solids
- 12”x12” St. Nicholas: Sweet Tooth and Bells & Bows
- 12”x12” St. Nicholas: Patterns & Solids
- 12”x12” Off to the Races: Run for the Roses and Elegance Running
- Off to the Races 12”x12” Patterns & Solids
- Children’s Hour 12”x12” Pad
- Children’s Hour 12”x12” Calendar Pad
- Children’s Hour 8”x8” Calendar Pad
- Hallowe’en in Wonderland Deluxe Collectors Edition
- ABC Primer Deluxe Collectors Edition
- Secret Garden Deluxe Collectors Edition
- Café Parisian Chipboard 1 & 2
- Café Parisian Flowers
- Café Parisian 12”x12” Cardstock Stickers
- Café Parisian Ephemera Cards
- Children’s Hour Ephemera Cards
- Staples: Ivory Mixed Media Album, Shabby Chic Ornate Metal Keys, Square Black Policy Envelopes, Square Red Policy Envelopes & Shabby Chic Metal Door Plate & Knobs
- Vintage Photo Distress Ink & Blending Tool
- Mixed Media Cardstock
- Doilies
- Sookwang Tape
- Foam Squares
- Edge Distressor
- Scissors
- Crop a Dile
- Black Journaling Pen
- 1 3/8” Circle Punch

- Katelyn


  1. Fabulous planner, Katelyn! Wow, the hours of work (or play) that went into this sure do make it worthwhile! You will be so organized! Love those papers! Big applause on this! Hugs!

    1. Thanks Sara Emily! It was so much fun to make!!

  2. Absolutely amazing!! almost makes me want to be a planner girl! :)

  3. Wow!!!! This is a functional work of art. Fabulous job, Katelyn!