Today I’ll be showing you how you can make Planner Folder inserts with an Envelope Punch Board!
We always need a little additional storage in our planners. I decided to make a couple of folders for mine. They even have pockets so loose things don’t fall out as easily.
I use mine to hold post-its on the inner side (so they don’t get knocked off as easy). Also, you could organize important pages by punching them and holding them inside, just like a normal folder. Awesomeness!
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own planner folders:
- A 12 X 12 sheet of Scrapbook paper
- Envelope punch board
- Paper trimmer or scissors
- Scoring board
- Strong adhesive
- Hole punch for your type of planner
(I’ll include links to the supplies that I used later in the post)
Here’s how to make planner folders
Start with 1 sheet of 12 x 12 scrapbook paper.
STEP 1: Using your scoreboard, score the 12 x 12 paper it at 6 inches and fold in half on the scored line.
STEP 2: With the envelope punch board, punch on the open side to make your tab.
STEP 3: Trim the excess, leaving just the tab on that edge.
STEP 4: We are also making a pocket. Measure a divider or other insert to know where to place the fold.
STEP 5: Score at the mark
STEP 6: Fold at the mark and burnish the fold.
STEP 7: Trim the excess at the fold
STEP 8: Adhere the pockets in place (outer edge) with a strong adhesive… I’m using score-tape.
STEP 9: Trim, if needed, for perfection 🙂
Done! Just punch the holes for your planner, and it’s ready to use.
*Listed below are some of the products that I used, and may contain affiliate links at no cost to you. Thank you for your support! All of the products that I used were personally purchased.
I hope that you enjoyed this project and are inspired to do some Planner Crafting! Please let me know what you think in the comments section below.
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