Hello, friends! What do you do when you want to add more photos or journaling to a memory-keeping spread, but you have run out of room? How about creating an interactive element for a little...
Hello, friends! The Minimalist Collection is perfect for those "evergreen" or timeless projects that remain set up as they are throughout the year. Today, we have two projects to share with you, one for all those creative ideas you want to jot down and another idea for all those extra stickers and die-cuts! First, Christine, our fearless leader over here at Cocoa Daisy, has set up a gorgeous planner specifically for her creative endeavors. [gallery link="none" size="full" columns="2" ids="822441,822440"] She created an entire system using the Minimalist Collection¬†and walks you through it all in the video below. She loves how it turned out and is using it every single day! [embed]https://youtu.be/AAKh3aiYNJM[/embed] Stickers and die cuts are great, but what do you do with them when the new collection arrives and you aren't ready to part with them? How about creating a sticker album? I love having a place to store my past die cuts and stickers that is organized and easy to grab. Using the Minimalist Collection, reusable sticker paper, a set of discs, and some DIY clear covers (similar item in the Cocoa Daisy Store) I create a hand DIY Sticker Album for stickers and die cuts right at my fingertips.¬† I used the Minimalist Collection Week on One Page inserts and tabs from the Minimalist Collection Planner Kit for my dividers. I liked the clean, simple design of these pages, and the tabs were perfect for customizing my sections. Here is a peek at one of the sticker pages inside my "Rainbow" section. I have past die-cuts, stickers, and printables organized by color in this section. You can see how I put this whole sticker album together in this video on my YouTube Channel. [embed]https://youtu.be/EbP8wSoyhKw[/embed] We hope you are inspired to give the¬†Minimalist Collection a try! If you are using this collection, share 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