How to Make Planner Pockets

You know when you’re going through your travel guide books to plan out your forthcoming adventures and you just wish you had some post-it notes and page markers to hand? Well this is there perfect project for you! Make your own planner to store such bits and bobs in…photo-planner-pockets-26

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     It’s taken a while to get round to making these but as it was requested, today’s craft post will be about making planner pockets. I made one a while back for my own planner and showed you it back when I was doing my planner tour so today I’ll try my best to explain how to make one of these useful storage pockets.

Photo - Geo, Geometric Personal Filofox Planner Setup (18) - Fold Out Folder

Photo - Planner Pockets (2)     To start, you are going to need a scissors (or craft knife), a ruler, some glue (or tape) and a hole punch. Oh, and of course your paper/card stock of choice. For a personal size pocket, I use a 12×12 inch square of paperstock.

     The first steps are going to involve a lot of measurements.

     The size of the pocket is of course dependent on the size of your planner. For these pictures, I’m making a personal size one…

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