Hey there! :D
I’m back with another video! I’ve been very busy lately with my last studentjob. =o and haven’t been able to make as many videos and content as I usually do.. Sorry for that! I do try to get a video out every week! ;)
In the video I have for you this time I show you how I make a paper folder for my Passport sized traveler’s notebook (which is in this case a paperdori). ;) It’s so handy to store stickers, bills, pictures,… :D If you’re interested and want to make on yourself, it’s very easy! ;) First of all, here’s a picture !
Feel free to check out the video here!
That’s it for this update! :D I hope everyone had a nice weekend and a great week! ;)
Before I talk about my new video, it’s time to anounce the winner of my “random clumsy giveaway”! :D The person that is lucky to receive the cards that I accidentally bought double (yep!) is: DOVIE!
Now for the video! :D
Those that follow me on instagram know that I recently got my first midori traveler’s notebook inserts! Which I am super stoked about. Although I love the inserts, the cover is a bit to plain for me. Therfore I decided to personalise them and decorate them to my hearts content! Here’s a picture of how they turned out on the front!
Yess, they are very colorful, just the way I like it! If you’re curious to see how the back looks like, I show you that in the video! Now what is the video about? I know some of you sometimes don’t know how to get started when it comes to decorating inserts, plannerpages,… So I’ve decided to record how I decorated one of these inserts. I talk about the goodies I use following by me decorating the inserts. If you’re curious, here’s the video below! :D
That’s it for this little update! :D I hope you guys enjoy it and had a great weekend!
Hey there! :D
I’m back with the video that I promised you!! So you all know I’ve made my own passport sized paperdori about 2 weeks ago, and have been using it as my planner! (That setupvideo is already online :D) And I planned on making you a DIY video of how I made my paperdori! So here it is! So if you’re looking for an alternative to leather notebooks or just a cheaper dori in general, this is perfect for you! You can use your favorite scrapbook paper and turn it into your own unique paperdori! :D I had so much fun making another paperdori! This time with the travel theme! Here’s a closeup:
I’m very happy with how it turned out, despite all my clumsiness.. (if you watch the video, you’ll get what I mean). :p
If you want to try making one yourself check out the video down below! :D I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did making it!
Hey there! :D I hope everyon’s having a great weekend so far! :3 I’m very excited to share with you that I’ve been using a new planner! (suprise, suprise. :p ) I wanted to try make a more affordable yet still cute Midori traveler’s notebook style planner! So I used my favorite scrapbookpaper & plasticfoil and this was the result!
Now, ofcourse you all know I always share my planner setup with you and give you guys a little peek! So I’ve done the same with this new planner! If you’re interested as to how I set it up, here’s the video below! :D Enjoy
Ps: I will be making a DIY video on how to make this kind of affordable paperdori! So subscribe & stay tuned for that!
Seeing my by blog and youtubechannel grow little by little thanks to everybody’s support really makes me a very happy person! :D So before I tell you what this post is about I want to thank you all for the kind support and feedback! ;) Every little comment and like counts to me! Because of this I’ve decided to put some more things into the ‘freebies’ section of this blog! Therefore I decided to design some free printable Journal Cards (Project life cards)! :D
I had a lot of fun coming op with simple doodle inspired black&white designs! Here is an overview of the journal cards I’ve designed so far and that I will put on the blog!
It was a real creative challenge, but so much fun! You can see the desings are very simple, but you all know I love simple designs thehe. ;) Anyway the whole point of this doodly black&white theme is that you can add some color to the journal cards yourself! So, where can you download these? You can find them in the header: “planner freebies” section! It’s a word document on A4 paper (which you can change to lettersized paper) ! All you have to do is download them, print them on thick paper and cut them out ! :D Then they are free to use for whatever little project!
Want me to design some more free journal cards? Please let me know in the comments below! :D I would love to come up with more designs! Also, please share me your thoughts and if you like them! ;)
When you use the journal cards and post pictures on Instagram feel free to add the #Jessjc or #Jumpyjess ! Because I would love to see how you use these journal cards! :D
Now! I’ve made a video where I talk about the Journal cards and show you some examples of how to decorate them! Here is the video if you’re interested:
Again, let me know if you’d like more! :D Bye!
Hey there! :3 To make up for the mini-hiatues I’ m posting some more this week, as you might have noticed! I did a little experiment on a lovely passport case I found at the “Flying Tiger shop” for 2 euros! It fit the traveler’s theme so well that I decided to try to turn it into a traveler’s notebook! And here are some pictures of how it turned out! :
I’m pretty happy with how it turned out! :) I didn’t have any other color elastic, but I feel like it fits well! What do you think about this Converted Passport case? I would love to hear!
If you’d like to know how I did it, check out the video down below! It’s an easy DIY and you don’t need much! When you happen to stumble on that one great passport case, you could try it out! I would love to see what yours would end up like! :) Thanks everybody for the support and enjoy the video!
As some of you know, I have been trying out another kind of planner lately! Stepping away from the ringbound planners and trying something different. I was very excited about this little project! I actually made my own version of the “Midori traveler’s notebook” (from my mother’s handbag)! I am pretty happy how it turned out and for now love using it! If you’re curious to see how I’ve set mine up, check out the video below! I would love to hear what you all think about it! Does anyone else have a midori traveler’s notebook? :)
Enjoy the video!