Marsha Farris: Memory Planning with the Bookish Collection
Memory planning has become one of my favorite forms of memory keeping. I enjoy documenting small everyday moments and bigger life stories in a weekly format. The Bookish Collection was perfect for this spread in my Daisy Planner.
To begin, I stamped the dates with the General Store Number Stamp and blue ink. Then, I included one of the new box stickers from the Bookish Modern Memory Keeping Kit and layered another box sticker from the Bookish Memory Keeping Sticker Kit. I like how these box stickers work perfectly in the Daisy Planner.
I chose mainly papers and embellishments from the Bookish Modern Memory Keeping Kit and Bookish Traveler's Notebook Memory Keeping Kit¬†to decorate this spread. Because I had more photos and journaling I wanted to include this week, I created a few flip-ups. Flip-ups are also a great way to include extra patterned paper, stickers, and die cuts.
For some extra interest, I created mini titles on a few days using light teal puffy alpha stickers from the Bookish Traveler's Notebook Memory Keeping Kit. I then used a mix of rub-ons, die cuts, and stickers to embellish the pages. One of my favorite simple accents for planner spreads is the word and phrase stickers from the Bookish Memory Keeping Sticker Kit and Bookish Classic Planner Sticker Kit. They are perfect for adding small details and layering onto photos.
I printed my journaling on clear sticker paper, and I like that it can be added directly to the planner pages or layered onto patterned paper as I did on the flip-up at the bottom of the page. Head to my Instagram Reels to see the process video for this spread. I hope I have given you some ideas for memory planning with the Bookish collection. Happy creating!Want to learn all about Memory Planning and how to get started? Take the Cocoa Daisy Memory Planning Step by Step Class! Share your memory planning spreads with us by tagging @cocoa_daisy on social media or posting to the Cocoa Daisy Fan Page. Make sure to visit our Pinterest page and the Cocoa Daisy YouTube Channel for more inspiration.
Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator