DIY Filofax inserts

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I seem to have been working on loads of things that I can’t quite share with you at the moment, so I’m really pleased to be able to share this project with you at last! I had been meaning to revamp my Filofax inserts for ages but didn’t get around to it for the start of the year. However, I tend to work in academic years anyway because of my current day job, so I decided to do it anyway!

I’ve written this tutorial for Less Grafting More Crafting, which is the craft business that I started last year with my partner-in-craft, Daria. We’re focussing much more on online stuff now that she’s a Mama, so we need to be super organised with our craft time and the posts that we’re scheduling! So I decided to make it my blogging Filofax – this will hopefully mean that between the two blogs I’m really organised! πŸ™‚

You can see the full tutorial here, but I thought I’d put a mini gallery here so you can get an idea of what it’s like. I have a massive obsession with washi tape at the moment, and I’ve used it a lot to customise the pages! I’ve bought many tapes from the lovely Jen at Moon Stick Supplies – she’s got a fab selection (look out for the zebras – they’re my fave!).

It’s really easy to revamp your Filofax/organiser – and so much fun! πŸ™‚

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8 thoughts on “DIY Filofax inserts

    • Thank you so much! I’ve found it super helpful to have a diary for blog posts and ideas. And it’s really fun to customise it too! I’d love to see any pictures of yours when it’s done, so do send me a link here or feel free to post some photos on my facebook page (the link is at the top of my blog) πŸ™‚

    • I know – they are really expensive and I don’t think the quality is as good as it used to be. To be honest, scrapbook paper can also be really pricey so I try to look out for it in the sale! πŸ™‚ I didn’t realise what a big thing the whole Filofax customising is until I started looking into it for this post!

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