Hi guys! So remember the updated tour of my blog planner I shared with you guys the other week? Well I promised you guys a closer look at the DIY dividers I made for that planner, and I finally have that ready to share with you all today!
Ever since I made some custom dividers for my little personal discbound planner, I have been bitten by the DIY divider bug! So when I made the decision to completely revamp my blog planner, I knew I had to whip up some custom cuties to go with the new look. For these dividers, I again used Studio L2E stamps to create and decorate my new dividers. Here’s a look at all the materials I used:
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I again used a rainbow theme to decorate my dividers, and so I used a different color for each tab. The VersaMagic dew drops are some of my favorite inks because of all the yummy colors they come in!
To make the tabs, I first stamped each tab onto a plain piece of cardstock. I then cut out the tab, and attached it to the edge of my divider, making sure to stagger them down the side of each divider.
After the functional part of the dividers where finished, it was time to add some fun pretty accents to each divider. This was my favorite part of the last set of dividers I made, so I knew I wanted to include another fun detail on each page.
This time, I used a variety of different geometric border stamps to create a repeating pattern in the corner of each divider, using the same color on each page to match the tabs. Once that was done, I layered one more border stamp on top, this time using VersaFine ink in Onyx Black to add a bit of pop!
And voila! Pretty and custom rainbow dividers for my blog planner! I just love how they turned out. What do you guys think? I think I’m going to have lots of DIY planner dividers in my future! Have you ever made your own dividers? I’d love to hear how you made them down in the comments!
You can see these dividers in use by clicking the image below:
Or you can take a peak at the other DIY planner dividers I made by clicking the image below: