Natalie here with you today! I’m using my new Mommy Lhey planner to memory keep with photos!
Here’s the month of July at a glance with small photos covering some days, combined with patterned paper and stickers.
I used the Summer planner sticker kit to add some festive goodness to my Independence day/week spread! I printed my photos 6×1.75ish to fit in the daily blanks.
For the days without photos, I journal or use patterned paper and stickers. This is a great way to use up those 6×6 paper pads, they’re the perfect size to slice into the daily columns.
I have started ensuring that I take photos that will easily be cropped into this size! It’s a fun, visual reminder of our everyday life that otherwise wouldn’t make it into the scrapbook.
The Mommy Lhey planner has some fabulous stickers in the back, to include months for easy tabbing.
I kept some of the spreads simple, but adding a few of the Lhey labels and stickers help add interest.
I busted into the Tropical June Sticker kit for this spread – I love some of the clear stickers!
Using stamps in the same color scheme is a good way to add subtle uniqueness to your spreads.
Lastly, I’ll leave you with my August monthly spread! I love how colorful it turned out. These planners lend so well to almost any color scheme you’d like!
Using die cuts is another way to create some unique spreads in your memory planner. I hope I’ve inspired you to use your planner in a different way today!
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