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Let's Plan with Ashley

Hi all!

Are you a planner? Well, I think you are going to enjoy today's post. We've got special guest Ashley Gray here with a couple of her planner pages!

Ashley is a talented planner and paper crafter, who hails from the Pacific Northwest. 

Ashley Gray"My name is Ashley and I am a stay at home mom to 2 active little boys. I have many hobbies and have been crafting for 15 years. I just recently got back into card making again and stamping. Love learning all these new techniques and sharing my creations."

Stamps are a great way to decorate your planner. Just check out how Ashley used several of Technique Tuesday's planner stamps with Washi tape to decorate these two pages. 

Planner Pages by Ashley Gray for Technique Tuesday//TechniqueTuesday.comOne especially fun idea from Ashley is how she stamped some of the icons from the Planner - Chores and Planner - Chow Down stamp sets with black ink. To give them a little extra personality, she colored them in. 

Want to try this at home? Colored pencils are a great tool to use when coloring on planner pages because the colors won't bleed through. Another idea is to stamp onto sticker paper. Color the images in and then fussy cut the stickers so you can use them on your planner pages.

Planner Pages by Ashley Gray for Technique Tuesday//TechniqueTuesday.com

Another fun idea from Ashley can be found along the bottom of her planner pages. To plan ahead for the week's meals, she stamped the fork, knife and spoon from the Planner - Family Time set and then jotted down what the meal would be. Great idea! 

To see more of Ashley's work, check out her blog and Instagram feed! And be sure to stop by again next Thursday to see something else she's made with Technique Tuesday's products. Hope to see you then!

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Comments

That is such a cute planner set up! I love how there's dinner plans in the bottom column! I need to do this to stay more organized! Thanks for the tips. I never thought of using colored pencils in my planner before!

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