Good morning! Welcome to this month's Moments Inked Planner Focus. Today, I have a new stamp set to share, available on May 15th…

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Like the other two planner sets released this year, Moments Inked: Day by Day Lists is also sized to coordinate with the existing Moments Inked: Boxed Die Collection, which was created to fit the various spaces on the planner layouts.


This set will make it easy to create mini lists to use on their own or break up your days into plannable chunks. For example, you can organize your day into morning, afternoon, and evening or home, school, and work or you can use several stand-alone lists scattered throughout the week like take note, grateful, or me time to name a few. I included a variety of options to help you plan how you want to plan. There are also a few planner specific quotes to scatter for fun.


The resulting die cut stickers mix well with those from Moments Inked: Day by Day and Day by Day Blocks as well for perfectly coordinated and fun layout embellishments. I tend to make several ahead on one crafty day to last a month or more!


I also had space to include a few fun circle images to highlight activities or use to add pops of graphic color. These fit nicely on the 3/4" round multi purpose labels from Office Depot that I keep on hand to use with Moments Inked: Active Symbols.


I'm partial to the arrow to call attention to specific fun stickers or events as space allows! (Note: I love being able to pull out the pages of my binder to easily add my stickers and notes each week!)


Here's a close up of the lists ready to be filled in as needed. I will most likely use them more like the Wednesday example, but I also wanted you to see how they fill in a full day block for perfect organizing into three sections like on the Tuesday example. As you can see there are several checkbox options to choose from – the circles and arrows above, plus squares, stars, and hearts. Having the title separate from the checkboxes and lines allows for greater customization. I've also included single checkboxes for adding more or spacing them out differently.


While I tend to use stickers so I can move them if plans change (and keep a stash), you can also stamp any of these titles and checkboxes directly into the planner, with or without the lines, which I purposely made wider than the printed lines for those of us who may write a little bigger. And of course, you can repeat the checkboxes for longer lists. So many plannable possibilities!


I leave you with a focus on my favorite stamps of the set – #planner nerd and planners gonna plan. Two phrases that describe many of us so perfectly! oh yes! Until next time…


Happy Planning,
🙂 lexi

Nichole Heady

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