Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Trattoria Planner

Welcome to the Trattoria Blog Hop brought to you by Club Scrap.  Each month the talented Club Scrap owner, employees and members present a project, card or layout using the monthly featured collection. 
 
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I absolutely ADORE the Trattoria collection!  The rich fall colors had me already, but it's the pasta images and food sayings that make this one of my favorite kits of the year. Wait until you see the adorable stencil!
 
One of this year's retreat projects was a flexi-planner.  I love having a paper planner.  Something I can touch, feel and open. With this planner you can have clasped pockets and open flaps.
 
1. Choose prints and trim to 8.25x4.25.
2. Round the appropriate corners of the prints and adhere papers to walls of planner using bookbinding glue.
3. Decorate flaps as desired. How freaking cute is this chef hat and mustache stencil?!

4. Add tabs to light gray pages. I actually wish I had done this step before adding my cover papers.  Maybe next time. 


You can purchase the nekked Flexi Planner in the Pro Shop by heading over to Club Scrap. You can also download the digital templates to make more inside papers.
 
Thanks for hopping with us today! Please continue on to see what the talented Tina has created for you.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, Lisa, your planner looks absolutely delicious and the stencil is a great extra this month!

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  2. What a fun planner, filled with such goodness! Love it!

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  3. I love your Trattoria-decorated Flexi-planner! It will surely contribute to your organizational success! <3

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  4. What a wonderful planner!! Love how you have decorated it!

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  5. I'm just in love with your awesome Trattoria planner, of course it's perfectly put together.

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  6. Love the planner! I will miss the blog hop team - thank you for your dedication and creativity!

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  7. I love the cover paper! I see what you mean about the tabs, nice tip. I bet you used CS Bookbinding glue though, so no worries! I love the stencil too, that little chef is my new buddy! I'm still drooling over your LO's from the Mix and Match challenge. You do nice work my friend!

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  8. Hi Lisa! I had been trying to decide which paper to decorate my planner with. You just sold me on this kit! Perfect as a menu planner for the family! Thanks for all your inspiration on the Artist Team. Have a great day.

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  9. As Donna said, this would make an awesome menu planner! Your version looks great. Now you be careful you don't get addicted to making these things...I know I am!

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