Hey friends! Natalie here sharing a fun, Harry Potter themed project perfect for planners, journey books, scrapbook pages and more!
I decided to make my project to fit into my Mommy Lhey planner. I used a piece of Kraft paper as my base. I lined the edge with washi tape on both sides to enhance the strength.
Then, I marked dots in the line of the spirals and punched holes. I then sliced a slit from the edge into the punched hole.
I cut a couple patterned paper panels from the Harry Potter Icons Paper and trimmed them to fit atop the kraft base.
I embellished the panels a bit using some die cuts, stickers from my stash and the adorable Paper House Chibi Harry Potter stickers.
To the green deathly hallows panel, I added a wax seal (this was a souvenir from Harry Potter world in Orlando!), an owl feather, the word “Always,” and a cute outdoor sticker flake of a stag.
In order to create the pocket, I lined the edges of my decorated panel with strips of fun foam. I kept the edges meeting tightly so nothing would fall out of the cracks of the pocket.
I then stuck the foamed panel on the washi taped kraft base.
You can duplicate this project for any type of planner, no matter the binding. You can also leave out the washi strip and create the base and panel for a traveler’s notebook, bound journal or scrapbook page.
You can use the pockets to hold paper ephemera, supplies to use in your planner, hidden journaling or more.
I hope you’re inspired by my magical pockets to create your own! Any theme will work for this project.
Let me know if you have any questions! Grab your own magical supplies for a paper pocket in the Paper House store and use my code PH19NATALIE for 20% off your order!!