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Heidi Swapp Memory Planner

Hi Magpies I hope you are all having a good start to this festive season. This month l am back with another by post where I focus on the Heidi Stapp Memory Planner and the supplies that l use to document my memories. I am slightly behind on this project in chronologicaly, but have kept up with the printing of my photos.  I also have my personal journal that iIcan refer to.

This also will be my last blogpost for the Hey Little Magpie shop, l have had such a great time sharing my projects with you over the last few years and although life has meant have less time to spend on this hobby will still be being creative in my own way .



This month I have the WRMK Journaling Tool that l will be using on one of my spreads. It is a great tool which can be used in planners as well scrapbook layouts.  I previously have used stencils that are available from stationery shops, but its good to have one with a planner in mind.  With Amy Tangerines last collection she also released a stencil that would work for planner people.

 


 

I am also using a selection of different die-cut packs to also add embellishment to my Journal pages. I love how using the elements from different collections can mean I have hints of the new collections despite not scrapping in 12×12 currently, of course this does not mean that I have not got papers from the other collections in my stash!  This layout is using some die cuts from the XOXO Pretty Little Studio, as well a some stickers from the So Punny Collection from Doodlebug Designs Collection.

I have used a selection of pieces from the Page Evans Whimsical Collection and some other die-cuts from my stash, on this spread.  The use of die cuts help to fill the spread and add some decoration.

I am on target to get this Memory Planner finished by the end of the year and I have another one which I will be using for 2019.  I want to wish you all a wonderful festive period and again want to thank you for the support you have given me with my scrapbooking over the years.

 

 

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