Saturday, February 14, 2015

Introducing Moments Inked...


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You may have heard a squeal.  It was me.  I've been waiting for today for like, ever.  Know what day it is?  Planner day!  Today Papertrey Ink is introducing...Moments Inked Planners.


If you follow my blog you know I am a planner fan...planner nerd...self admitted so its ok!   This planner is a fabulous mix of planner and memory keeper.  It's unlike anything I have seen before and I feel SO honored to be a part of the Moments Inked Team.  Even more exciting?  I have some of my own concepts that Nichole has turned into amazing stamp sets and dies to share today!
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Here is a quick peak of the Moments Inked collection....

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- the planner
- 5 stamp sets
-3 covers
-Planner Banner Dies
-Basic Page Dies


The planner is a 7" x 5" spiral bound book full of fabulousness.  You will have your choice of covers and there are 3 gorgeous ones to pick from (pictured above).  My favorite is the Rosie Posie and stripes cover...

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There are a ton of gorgeous pages in the this, all printed in the beautiful rainbow of Papertrey Ink Colors.  I have a video attached below with a more detailed look inside but I have lots (LOTS) of pictures to share here.

This first picture shows a page in the weekly section.  The month starts with a full month view and then there are weekly views after.  The days are set up Sunday though Saturday with section for Morning, Afternoon and Evening.  There is a space to the left and along the bottom for notes....

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I have decorated this page with some washi and an ampersand die from Grand Ampersand and then the new Planner Banners.  This is a great stamp and die set that started in my head and with Nichole's help, it came to be.  There are 3 sets....the main set called Planner Banners, and 2 additions called Family Planner Banners and Blog Planner Banners.  So helpful in organizing family and kids, and even blog deadlines and details.  

I used the Basic Page dies to make my own dashboards.  One fun detail that makes this planner even more versatile is that the Monthly Moments line coordinates amazingly.  I took a quote and a piece of yardstick from a Monthly Moments paper pack to make these dashboards.  I laminated them and then die cut the pages.  Super easy!  The spiral bound border just pops right into the planner.  The dashboard is great for holding lists and post its and all kinds of info.

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Can you see that orange Post-It note tucked in the picture above?  It comes from a new set called Posted.  I love post its.  I think I have said this before many times here on my blog.  And I love a clean list.  I thought it would be so fun to have a stamp that fit perfectly within a standard post it and with different bullet points.  I sent Nichole a rough drawing and she designed this....LOVE!

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Here is a close up of the 2nd half of the week.  You can see how I used the Planner Banners and even a little arrow from Monthly Moments: Clip Tips.

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The most unique part of this planner is the daily view.  This page is amazing!  There is a place to keep track of life really.   Hydrate for water intake, Menu planning, Be prepared for the events of the day and the best part?  The Memorable Moments.  A place to note things we are grateful for and a great memory for the day.  I love this addition to the planner and will make this even more fun to keep track of things and moments.  

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I used one of the Basic Pages to make a little scrapbook page of sorts, from a picture of Rylee making her Valentines.  The stamps you see are all from the new set called Remembered.

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The image under the picture is actually an adorable polaroid image but I stamped the bottom and used it as a label for my photo.  I stamped a couple of the other images to make this simple memory page for my planner.

I had to get a jump start on some Planner Banners so I used the new sets and die to create a rainbow of colors....

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I cut these all out of White Adhesive Sheets so they are sticky on the back.  I can peel them apart when I am ready to use them.  Now I will have these ready to go and can stamp on them when I need them.

To better explain the details, I made a video...



ETA: Here is a quick sideways video (ha!) on how easy it is to insert pages.  Sorry about the sideways part!



There are so many more things I could share but I hate to overwhelm you, because I am sure I already have!  :)  I hope this leaves you inspired to start planning and stamping.  This planner will be awesome for anyone who loves to be creative because it gives you a great place to plan and create in your own planner/journal.

Our new Monthly Moments Team has been announced today and I want to welcome to all of the girls!  Several of them are good friends of mine and I am excited to have them along!

Head on over to Nichole's blog to check out all the details for today.

Thanks so much for coming by today!  I can't wait to see what you think of this amazing planner!


20 comments:

  1. A beautiful way to keep organized. I love how it includes memories/gratitude and not just the daily tasks. Thanks for inspiring us!

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  2. Wow, Laurie.. I'd say they had you in mind during the "planning" stages of this product... really cute...
    =] Michele

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  3. Awesome, Laurie! So excited for you!

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  4. Thanks for putting so much thought into this planner Laurie! It is awesome!!

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  5. oh my word…thank you for getting all of MY thoughts about planners and banners out of my head and into reality! i think this may well be perfect ;) (and, it might just be the one to change my filofax loving heart!) no, surely they can exist together!

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  6. Oh, I'm so excited for you, Laurie! This looks amazing! Fabulous job designing this planner!

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  7. Love, love, love!!! I can't wait to use "Posted" for my work lists, but I really need 7-10 numbers, too. (I'll pull those from my Gratitude Journal stamp set). I love how a lot of the DT for this planner have used posted and then laminated it. That's one of the first things I plan on doing because I have a specific need for a work-related list every day and I would love to have a little page I can move from day-to-day and use a wet erase marker or wax pencil on it. So excited for this, girl!!! Like, over. the. moon. Be still my planner loving heart!

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  8. Love the happy and colourful feel of this planner and thanks for sharing all these fab photos and the video of all it has to offer!

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  9. This planner will be enjoyed by many. Great work

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  10. TERRIFIC!! And a big congrats to you Laurie for your designs on the planner!!

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  11. How awesome, Laurie, that Nichole took your ideas and ran with it. You've "planned" it all very well. Now I see one more reason why you love the white adhesive sheets (which is a question I asked recently on the Forum). Great job ~ such a colorful planner!

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  12. Love all your ideas for the planner use. The dashboard with the monthly moments paper is awesome!

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  13. You are awesome!!! Congratulations! Love the new planner and the post it set is fantastic!! Gotta get my grubby mitts on that one for sure :)

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  14. YAY, Laurie! Sooooo AWESOME! Love it!

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  15. I am SO in love!!!! I am a huge planner geek!!! I can't wait to get my hands on all the new goodies!!

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  16. Such a great idea, Laurie! I'd never get anything else done playing with my planner ;). Can't wait to see what else comes down the pike to coordinate!

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  17. Looks wonderful. Thanks for the video and not only showing all the different features of the planner but the way the die works for the banner. The crosshairs on the back of the die are a great idea. Your paint palette/sorter is so inventive.

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  18. What great new products! Those spiral insert dies are so clever!

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  19. I'm wondering if you die cut the page to go in before you laminate it or after you laminate it? Sorry, I'm new to this making Dashboards and pages to put in planners.

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  20. Wonderful planner and coordinating sets! So excited to receive it!

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