BoBunny Sleigh Ride Christmas Planner Class


The class is now completed and if you are interested purchasing the instructions to create this planner yourself, click here. It is posted on my Paper Architecture blog.

This planner can be adapted as a Wedding Planner, Trip Planner, Family Reunion Planner, and so on.

Another class post for Scrapbook Essentials, BC today. This one is not a Graphic 45 class, but a fun class constructing a planner from scratch using BoBunny's Sleigh Ride paper.

Saturday, October 1, 2016
10:00am - 4:00pm (with lunch break)
$63.00 (includes tax)

Contact Stacey to sign up -

This four panel fold up organizer will hep you, or the person you gift this to, to be well prepared over the three months before Christmas making sure to not having to rush around at the last minute.

When opened a note pad on the left and a pocket of three calendars is revealed.

When you take out the calendars, you will find a "To Do" list on the back of each one.

Opening the next panel reveals a pocket with two mini-folders, and a flap.

The min-folders are for lists. One folder for your Christmas Card list and one for your Christmas gift giving.

Behind the flap is a general Christmas check list. You can leave the list off and place some fun photos here instead showing some of the fun you have in getting ready for your Christmas celebration.

Next you see all the panels revealed.

There is another pocket the includes a mini-folder and a large tag. These are all related to the kitchen; planning your Christmas baking, your menus for parties, and your Christmas dinner.

Lastly, there is a magnetic closure receipt envelope (you can see I misspelled it on the label. Don't know what I was thinking!)

And next you see the envelope open.

Once this is created in class, you will be able to create more and some could even be as a wedding planner...

For those that aren't local and able to attend this class, may it give you inspiration in creating your own Christmas Planner.

BRING TO CLASS: Paper trimmer, 12 x 12 score board, 2 rolls of double sided adhesive tape, liquid glue, 12" ruler, pencil, scissors, and a bone folder

This is a more intermediate/advanced class.

Happy Creating!


Tracy said...

Thank you for sharing such a beautiful project. I wish I lived closer!

Tigriswillreign said...

This is super beautiful! I wish I could've taken the class (not just to have it but to spend time making it with you!)... :)