Call me old-fashioned, but I just can't seem to function without a real, I-can-write-things-down-with-a-pencil-and-flip-through-the-pages, paper planner. I'm not sure if it's the technologies' fault or my own (I swear, sometimes my tech devices have minds of their own) but whenever I try to use electronic calendars I just end up missing Oliver's beauty appointments or showing up to my cello lessons on the wrong day or having some other catastrophic scheduling meltdown. It's just such a comfort to be able to physically flip through my schedule and see everything laid out in front of me, and I can't seem to do it any other way.
This project is so simple, this hardly counts as a "tutorial," but sometimes the simpler the project, the better. One that is so instantly gratifying, in addition to being useful, well that's something worth celebrating. (ice cream, anyone?)
Washi tape (I used two contrasting patterns, but feel free to go crazy!)
Clear contact paper (optional)
1: Starting from the top, lay a strip of your tape down, from left to right, lining up the top edges evenly. Press it down firmly to your cover.
This post would just seem incomplete without at least one little dog picture, since they really help me so much with all of my projects (and by help, I mean run around like maniacs, and then curl up on my lap and go to sleep.) What else are puppies for?