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10/6/2015 11:32 AM
Hi there. Jennifer Reyes here from Southern California! I am happy to be on the creative planner design team and a part of the Webster's Pages family.
As a child, I always had a love for arts and crafts. I loved stationery of all kinds - stickers, paper, pens and markers. I also kept many notebooks filled with doodling and journaling. As I grew my own family, I started scrapbooking and making crafts. With many things going on with life, I knew I needed something to keep track of it all. I tried using digital calendars, but I could never figure out how to customize it the way I wanted to. I thought, why not use all these paper crafting products I had and incorporate them into my planner.
Using a planner has now become a reflection of our creative selves. We can use planners with any aspect of our lives, personal, work, school, business, home management and journaling. You have the ability to personalize and customize it to your needs. It has evolved from being an appointment tracker and a long list of to-dos into paper than can be decorated with stickers, washi tape, different color pens, different types of pens and stamps to make it more pleasing to the eye. I cannot help but smile when I see my planner because I know I have taken the time to create it into something motivational yet very useful. It has helped me boost my spirits instead of looking at a chaotic week ahead. It makes using a planner fun!
I love having multiple Color Crush Planners because I have the ability to switch into another style or color when I feel the need for something different. I just easily remove the inserts and simply transfer them into another planner. The Personal size is the perfect size for me. I can take it on the go and it fits great in my purse. It's not too big, not too small. Just right!
I hope to inspire others to use their planner in a creative yet functional and effective manner. This is what I have found to help me be more organized and still allow me to keep my creative juices flowing. Now, I don’t know how I could ever live without my planner. You can learn about my creative, organized life over at my blog “My Purpley Life“. For more inspiration, please check out my tutorials on YouTube. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Make sure to share with us your Color Crush Planners on social media using the hashtags #WebstersPages #ColorCrushPlanners #WPplannerlove
9/25/2015 4:45 PM
Hello everyone! Florence Antonette here and I am excited to share with you the love I have for organizing, goal setting, planning, with a twist of style. Ever since I was in the 4th grade I've always been a planner person. From doodling, color coding, note taking, and listing- I have always utilized planners to keep my life together. As a young girl I started with the typical Sanrio addiction that took a hiatus, but re-opened just about 3 years ago. Which then brought me to the world of planners.
Oh why do you need multiple planners? What do you do with all of them? For myself, since I can't answer for all- I love keeping things separate. From work, household, working out, school, design team projects, goals, and memory keeping, I have different planners for some. I've tried to cram everything in one and it just looks like a chaotic mess. Although my style is a scrappy hot-mess I love how it works makes sense to me.
Planner decorating for me isn't difficult what so ever. I do tend to gravitate to my favorite colors: mint, gold, corals/ pinks, and patterns such as floral and polka dots. I love hitting my scrap pile and using stickers, washi tapes, ephemera, stamps, and different pens.
I hope I can inspire you with my posts to step outside of your comfort zone and just go for it :) I am so excited to be a part of the Websters Pages family. I say family because it's not your typical team. I love how we bring different styles to the table and can learn from one another. You can find me on Instagram: livelifeandcreate as well as youtube: florenceantonette.
Drop by and say hello and don't be a stranger. Until next time! Florence Antonette
3/18/2015 9:41 AM
My love for paper and paper crafting goes back to my childhood. My favorite store in town was always the Stationery store. I would go in and search for beautiful note papers, stickers and diaries. As I grew older, I found that I just couldn't adapt to using digital forms of organization. I need to write things down in order to remember them. Outlook and the calendar on my phone are foreign to me. So, you can imagine how excited I was when I discovered that paper planners had become trendy again. I purchased my first one and I've never looked back! Plus, now I have another outlet for all of the scrapbooking supplies that I've been hoarding over the years. I've had my Color Crush planners for a bit now and I love them! I look forward to sharing tips, tutorials and decorating ideas with you. For now, here are a few of the weekly planner spreads I have recently created.
Thanks so much for stopping by and letting me share a bit about myself.
You can read more about me and find more of my work at my BLOG. I am also on Instagram and love to share my planner photos there, as well. I am agomalley.
Have a wonderful day and Happy Planning!
6/25/2014 4:37 PM
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4/7/2014 10:40 AM
Do you like to add texture to your layouts!? Today, we're sharing the second of TWO Get the Look layout ideas!
The first was a Clean & Simple layout, an inspired quick and easy option you can make in 30 minutes or less!
...BUT, if you have a little more time to create, you'll definitely want to take a peek at this great technique
by Designer Iris Babao Uy using texture paste!
Want this look!? Here's Iris to teach us her technique!
The first thing I do is cut-out an intricate design using my die-cutting machine and laser-cut dies.
Below, you will see two die-cut shapes laid down on the piece of cardstock paper that I chose as my base.
Next, take a watercolor paper or a thick paper which you would normally use for mixed media projects.
Place the die-cut sheet on top of the paper and with a spatula, spread over your choice of texture mediums.
I used white pumice stone medium here. You can also use thick gesso mixed with bead gels,
or other texture mediums you have.
Once the entire die-cut sheet is covered with mediums, gently lift your die-cut shapes from the paper and let these dry.
As you can see in the picture above, you will have an embossed image of your die-cut sheet on the watercolor paper
because of the texture mediums you used. You can set this aside for a future project.
You will likewise end up with two die-cut shapes beautifully coated with texture mediums.
These coated die-cut shapes are what you will use on your layout.
Here now you can see that I used the coated die-cut shapes as a beautiful base/ layer for my page. You achieve the texture and look of mixed media without warping and possibly damaging your cardstock paper.
Here are a few more detail shots of the layout for you to see…
We hope you enjoyed Iris's tutorial as much as we did! Time to have some fun! Click Here to head to our website to
pick out your favorite papers and embellishments to create your very own PERFECT LOOK!