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Christmas Thyme Blog Hop

Welcome to the Club Scrap Christmas Thyme Blog Hop. I'm so excited to be sharing my project for this special holiday collection. If you've arrived here from the very talented Tina you're in the right spot. If you'd like to start from the beginning, please head over to Club Scrap to see what they have created for you.
My beloved Christmas planner has run it's course. It's well loved and lasted 11 years!  This paper was from a different Club Scrap holiday collections many years ago!
I decided to go with a different style of planner after finding these black envelopes at my local stamp store and just completing the Literature Pocket Planner.
Here's a Club Scrap video to help guide you through the process.
I was super excited to use my Tricia Morris designed Piercing Cradle purchased at Club Scrap Retreat.
This cradle allows for precise piercing of folded pages.
Multiples at a time. I didn't want to push my luck and did 3 at a time.
This gave me perfectly placed holes on the fold lines in half the time. 
Pierce all scored pages and envelopes according to the directions.
I added decorative ribbon to the binding prior to stitching.
Once all pages are stitched I used my grid ruler to add lines to the ivory pages. This will allow me to create lists.

The pockets and secured envelopes allow for stamps, address labels and receipts.

I love my new Christmas planner!

Thank you for joining us on this special Christmas Thyme Blog Hop!
Please continue to the amazing Roni to see what she's crafted for you.


  1. That is one awesome book, Lisa. Will be soon ful of wonderful memories with pictures of this years Christmas.

  2. What a tremendous project Lisa - thank you sharing with us all.

  3. Omigosh, I love your new planner. I've been procrastinating on making something similar, but you've done most of the work for me. Maybe it will actually get made! ;0)

  4. What a great new planner! Love the pocket pages you added. Love the color. TFS!

  5. Great work on everything, but I really like the Christmas planner. Mostly because of those black envelopes...I've never seen those before/. Great job!

  6. Wow . . . just LOOK at those perfectly pierced stitching holes! Like magic. I adore the new planner, Lisa. Brilliant!!!!

  7. Wow Lisa! Fabulous planner. Thanks so much for the idea. Have a great day.

  8. This is wonderful - great job! Thanks for sharing!

  9. What a wonderful planner!!! Beautiful job!!

  10. Love how your planner came out. Gorgeous and inspiring. I so want to do this but the stitching is where I get a little lost.

  11. Love the pockets in your planner, and the black envelopes are striking!

  12. Lisa, love your new holiday planner and the card is gorgeous!

  13. Wow, quite brilliant & lovely Lisa! You'll be so organized no doubt!


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