Happy Friday Everyone!!!!!
At the end of last year, my niece-in-law shared with me they she had purchased the MAMBI Happy Planner. To hear this I of course of extra excited. She’s always kept a planner but thought it would be fun to start decorating it as well. When I heard this I knew I had to put some goodies together for her. At first I thought I would just send her a pocket letter…but I soon realized that I would need more space for more items so I decided to make a Flip Book for her. I figured with the flip Book I could make it the size I wanted as well as add as many goodies as I wanted.
So with that being said…now that she’s received her goodies, I would like to share my completed Flip Book with you all…so let’s get started!
Above are all the goodies I sent to her. The Flip Book is the one with the “Life” tag on the cover. I also added a loaded pencil pouch, a “simple things” journal, a notepad and some sticky notes.
At the bottom of the tag, I added a small label and added the message “So Plan Accordingly.” So the front cover reads, L is for Life so plan accordingly!”
In the pencil pouch, I added the following items:
Here is the first part of the pencil pouch. In the pocket, I added some fun paper clips, extra sticky notes and some small tags in the mini envelope.
In the back portion of the pencil pouch, I added a mini journal, a sticker sheet and some sample Washi Tapes.
Above you can see how the first opening in the Flip Book looks.
Here is the left side up close.
And the right side.
I like the way the pockets turned out. This was my first time making vellum pockets. I can see myself making more in the future.
Above is the Flip Book fully open. The fashion girls were found on Pinterest and are not attached to the third portion of the book,but are clipped together with an ampersand clip. So let’s see what’s in each section.
This first pocket is filled with more stickers and sticky notes as well as a binder clip and a cute donut magnetic bookmark.
On the second page, we have more sticky notes, a cute double sided tip in and a Kate Spade bow clip.
This third pocket has some religious goodies in it that can easily be added to any planner layout.
In the fourth and final pocket we have some fun and essential planner stickers. And another magnetic bookmark which has a mixed media feel to it.
To me, the Flip Book wouldn’t be complete without adding something to the back cover of the Flip Book. Here I attached a days of the week transparency with Washi Tape.
Above is the fully open Flip Book and the fashion girls from Pinterest that I included. These girls can be glued onto any divider page or Monthly/Weekly Planner Layout.
I had so much fun making this Flip Book! I was able to utilize scrapbook paper, Washi Tape and Project Life cards that I had on hand! And the fact that my niece enjoyed it so much was just the icing on the cake.
Have you made a Flip Book before? If so, please share in the comments section below what kind of good or themes you’ve done. Until next time,