Hello ladies! It’s me Cammy back on the blog again. Today, I’ll be sharing with you my Pink-a-Dot Pocket Traveler’s Notebook Setup. Previously, I used this beautiful pocket TN as my wallet, where I kept all my cards and cash, together with a brain dump notebook and contacts insert. I’ll link my setup down below in case you’re interested in setting it up as a wallet too! Now, I’m using it as my everyday carry (or EDC).
First, let’s make some page markers for our TN, shall we? These pocket pagemarkers are all the rage now – and they’re inspired by @plannerchan on Instagram. ☺ They are super easy to make. I’ll be using the July Little Bits box for this tutorial.
You will need:
- Patterned paper/cardstock/vellum/acetate of your choice
- Die cuts / stickers
- Adhesive pockets (mine are from the Target Dollar Spot)
All you have to do is trim your paper down to the size of your TN (make sure that your adhesive pocket will fit), and laminate it if you wish. Since I printed the forest green florals on vellum and it’s rather filmsy, I needed to laminate it. I also used the GORGEOUS cardboard backing from the sticker set, which was already thick to begin with, so lamination isn’t necessary.
You can choose to round the corners, and embellish it with some die cuts first if you’d like.
After laminating, stick the adhesive pockets right on, and start stuffing ‘em pockets with your planner goodies! The 3×4 stamp set fit perfectly in my page marker, and is perfect for bringing it along for planning on the go ☺ I also love adding cute paperclips on top of the page markers, so they’ll stick out of my planner.
This is how I decorated my planner pockets! I used the leftover from the cardboard backing, added a die cut, gold glitter washi, paperclips and a personalized die cut!
On the right, I decorated the front of my notebook using die cuts and a doily, and I simply secured them using paperclips.
Last but not least, here’s a flip through of my full setup! I loved how it turned out ☺
As promised, here’s the video to my wallet setup.
I hope you enjoyed this post! See you in the next one ☺