Magnetic Weekly Planner | Indigo Rocks

Sep 21, 2019Raquel Cantó Arroyo

My goodness, what a chaos of the month!

For me, the one with the most work, to that is added the return to school, the extracurricular schedules, the weekly menus,... Today's tuto Thursday is NECESSARY to live and survive the mega cost of September.

Easy, successful and super practical! So stay and see the wonderful work of Marta and her step-by-step video. It's worth it and you know it!


Finally the routines are installed in our homes! I don't know why I have always associated the month of September as the month of order and the perfect month to start a new agenda and acquire new habits (more than in January).

Around here, in our house, we are increasing our family and I saw the need for Maggie Holmes's Magnet Studio more and more to keep an eye on all family events and important notes or appointments. That planning had been making eyes at me for a while but, suddenly, one night I thought: "hey, I might as well tune up a magnetic whiteboard I have lying around" from DAY TO DAY and I HAVE A PLAN.

The color palette of the indigo rocks collection is beautiful and it suits me with my scraproom so I got to work.

I leave you a video where you can see how I tune the magnetic board and how I create several chipboards. Will you come with me to see it?

What did you think of the video? Do you know the best? That this blackboard, which I had laughing to death, has taken on a second life. This is one of the things I like most about scrap, its great recycling potential that allows you to tune any object. Oh! And that I have saved a lot of money since Maggie Holmes 's blackboard is not cheap and mine will have cost eight euros at most.

Remember, any questions write me in the comments and I will be happy to help you

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