Planner Pocket Pages

Hello, We R friends! Tessa Buys here! Are you a planner person? I love keeping track of the day-to-day in my Heidi Swapp Memory Planner. I especially love using my We R Memory Keepers Photo Sleeve Fuse Tool to create custom pocket pages for my planner, and this past month I also used We R Memory Keeper’s High Five collection to dress it all up.


To make the pocket page, I started with a 12×12 page protector that I had accidentally bent. I was able to cut off the unusable part and turn the rest into a custom pocket page.


I printed a few small photos that I wanted to highlight. I adhered two back to back, and adhered another back to back with patterned paper from the High Five collection. I used the Typeset typewriter and a Typeset label sticker to write some journaling, then accented the label with a High Five puffy sticker. Next, I used the Fuse tool to secure the photos in pockets.


I like to add unexpected things to my pocket pages, so this month I added a leaf that I found on the way to the mailbox one day. I love the coppery red-orange color. I Fused the leaf into a pocket with black sequins and High Five leaf die cuts. Last, I added a piece of High Five flair to one side of the pocket page.


I also added a tag to the outside of the pocket page with a mini stapler (“so rad”), as well as more puffy stickers. Not all the embellishments need to be inside the pockets.


I’ve made several of these planner pocket pages now and I must say, they are my favorite part of my planner! Practice makes perfect with the Fuse tool, so go – play – and have fun making some custom pocket pages for your planner!

Supplies Used:

Fuse Tool

High Five Collection


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