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DIY: Adding Titles to Your Dividers, USing the March Freckled Fawn Planner and Embellishment Kit

After making Dividers, using the papers in my March Planner Society Kit, I felt like they needed something more.  I love how they look and even laminated them to ensure that they last a long time, but I felt that they were missing something.

I wanted to add a titles to each divider to help break up the solid pattern that is on each paper.  It is also helpful to open up to each divider and know what is in it without having to flip through the pages.
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This was very simple to do, doesn’t take much to make, and it adds so much to the over all look to both the divider and the planner as a whole.

Tools needed:

  • Label Chipboard Stickers
  • Alpha Puffy Stickers
  • Tombow Mono Dots Adhesive

Process:

  1. I used the gold dipped puffy alpha stickers from the March Freckled Fawn Planner kit to spell out the title of each section.
  2. Adhered the title directly onto the chipboard label sticker, the puffy alphas are pretty sticky and didn’t need any extra adhesive.
  3. I peeled the backing off the Freckled Fawn Chipboard label stickers and added some of the Tombow Mono Dots adhesive before adhering it to my dividers.  These weren’t as sticky as the puffy alphas and did need some extra adhesive to ensure that the whole thing didn’t just fall off.

These were quick and simple to make and can easily be customizable.  You could add other embellishments to your titles as well, you can use items from other kits or just things from your stash.

I hope this tutorial was helpful and if you have any comments or questions please leave them below.

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