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New Year’s special!: Transforming a cheap plain planner into a unique one!

Hey there everyone!

First of all I’d like to apologize for losing track of keeping up with my blog. =o I’ve been working really hard at youtube and my day to day job aswell. (Yay, I found a job!) But with the new year that just started, I made it one of my many resolutions. ;)

Speaking of the new year! I’ve decided to make a video on how to turn a plain & cheap planner into a more unique and personalised one. This keeping in mind that not anyone can afford a filofax or expensive planner. There’s nothing more fun than experimenting and trying to be a creative planner on a budget!

The planner I chose was a simple planner from ‘HEMA’, one of my favorite stores. It was around 6 euros, so very inexpensive. Then I decided tot transform it! If you wanna see how I did that, watch the video down below! ;)

I hope you enjoyed watching the video! Maybe it gave you some ideas for planning on a budget too! :3 Thanks for watching and supporting me!

See you!

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DIY Midori traveler’s notebook passport sized FOLDER

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 !
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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! ;)

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DIY Feltdori! (Felt traveler’s notebook)

Hey there! :D

I’m super excited and happy to share with you guys that I made my first “Feltdori” ever & filmed it! Even though I knew it was going to be clumsy (first time afterall) I decided to film it to put it on my youtube channel! ;) I’m very happy with how it turned out and feel like the color of the felt I picked matches well with my personality. :3

Those of you that are following me on instagram know that my “Midori traveler’s notebook inserts” finnaly arrived! :D You’ll be seeing lots of decorations of those on instagram in the future! ;3 More about those inserts later! But yess, so you can tell there has been some changes in my little plannerworld! But I am very happy! :D The biggest change is going from a passportsized dori (paperdori) to a regular size feltdori! But we’ll see how that goes. ;)

For now! Here are some pictures of how the “Feltdori” turned out!

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Instead of a charm, this time I added a cute yellow button with white polkadots! :D It definitely represents my love for polkadots doesn’t it? :p
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I’m very curious to know what you guys think of my new feltdori? :D Let me know in the comments below!

Now for the video! Here’s a link to the DIY video on how I made it from scratch! If you decide to try it out I wish you good luck! And as always, I would LOVE to see how your feltdori looks like! :3 It’s always fun to see you guys making things from my DIY videos!

I hope you enjoyed watching the video & reading my post! ;) Have a great day!!

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DIY Paperdori! (Paper passport Traveler’s Notebook)

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:

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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!

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DIY Turn your Passport case into a “Midori Traveler’s Notebook”!

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! :

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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!

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DIY Panda Planner Dashboard

Hey there!
As you know I try to get a video out every week, so here’s this week’s video! In the video I show you how to make an easy cute Panda planner dashboard! The one I’m making is for a Pocket filofax planner, but you can make it for whichever size you’d like! Here’s a picture of the dashboard:

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So for those who would like to see how I made this cute dashboard, I’ll put the video here below! Have fun watching it! :D I hope you guys like it! If you wanna see more crafting&planner videos subscribe! Bye!

PS: I am seriously getting frustrated by the lighting in this video or my pictures. I really hope to invest in some good lighting in the future for better quality pictures and videos!! :)

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DIY Planner pocket!

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Hey lovelies!

I’m back with another planner related DIY! This time I’m showing you how to make a cute small pocket to fit in your divider! You all know I love making my planner more unique and am always trying to find more ways to do so. Then I came up with the idea of a small pocket that could fit small notes and cards. If you wanna see how I made it, check out the video below! Feel free to give it a thumbs up and subscribe if you like it! ;) Support is always welcome! Let me know what you guys think! :) Enjoy!

That’s it for this little “pocket DIY” I hope you enjoyed watching it!
PS: I will be uploading my “Kikki K planner setup” SOON! Watch out for that, if you’re interested! Bye!

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DIY Washi tape Cards!

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Hey there! I’m back with another DIY video! This time it’s washi tape greeting cards! ;) As you all know I am crazy about washi tape. All those colors, patterns, everything about them just cheers me up! Especially when I get to use them for DIY’s like this or decorating my planners! Check out the video below if you want to see how I made these washi tape cards!

Thank you for all the support! I’ve reached 100 followers yesterday, and am super excited about this! I just want to blog and vlog more now! Thanks guys!

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DIY easy dividers

Hey there! As you all know I’m a big fan of “Filofax” and recently got my own Pocket sized filofax. I’ve been wanting to make my own dividers ever since. A few days ago my 6 holes-puncher arrived with the mail, and I could finnaly get started! Before I tell you  how I made them, here they are! (click for a larger view)

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So as you can see the divider tabs are: “Diary, school, € (finances), notes, shop and blog”.

Here’s a list of what you need:

  1. patterned scrapbook paper (not too thin)
  2. scissors
  3. the dividers that came with your filofax when you bought it
  4. a pencil
  5. sticky notes
  6. any type of glue / scrapbooking glue
  7. 1-hole puncher or 6-holes puncher
  8. Black or other color pen

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As you can see in the pictures above the first thing I did was trace the original filofax dividers on the desired scrapbook paper sheet. Then you can see the result of that in the right picture. After that I punched the hole and started decorating them. Here you are free to do whatever you wish. Since these are my first dividers I kept it pretty simple. ;) All I did was add some sticky notes with glue and wrote on them. :) Oh, almost forgot. I also made the corners round with my scissors!

Have fun trying this out!
ps: I know the quality of the pictuers isn’t good, but I’m planning to use a (very simple) camera in the future. I don’t have it with me yet, since I’m away from home to study.

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