Free Download: Reusable Project Planner

Cathy ZielskeFree Downloads20 Comments

Today’s free download is designed for crafty planner types! Meaning, if you like to plan projects, or you design for any number of stamp companies out there, I have a printable project planner divider that can be laminated and reused for each new project!

I created this for myself because I was having trouble keeping track of deadlines. I have two different work spaces in my house: my office is upstairs; my craft/dining room is down. So I wanted to keep track in my craft/dining room, ergo, printed and laminated divider sheets.

Here’s a quick video wherein I have no make up on and talk about these dividers:

Side note: Yes, my hair is pretty gray. It’s okay. I feel young and vibrant on the inside.

Here is the download of the printable PDFs! There are two sizes included: one for larger Interdesign Binz (that’s what I use for my projects because they can hold both large and smaller stamp sets), and one for the smaller Binz (the ones I use for my 4 x 6 stamps).

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you can use this download!

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Cathy ZielskeFree Download: Reusable Project Planner

20 Comments on “Free Download: Reusable Project Planner”

  1. #1
    Kristen

    Thank you so much for sharing. I can’t wait to try this! Tip: when your dry erase sheets start getting mucky, wipe them off with hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol! It will also remove permanent marker. πŸ™‚

  2. #3
    Zoe

    Cathy! This will be a life saver for me… I don’t design or blog but plan out so many of my projects… this will help me so much! xoxo Zoe

  3. #5
    Denise Terry

    So you are telling me there is a better method than just piling crap up on my desk and trying to remember what I was going to do with it???

  4. #7
    Melanie A.

    Perfect, thank you! I know I’m probably the only one who does this…but I buy items because I’ve seen some great idea for using them. Then by the time I get a chance to use them, I can’t remember why I bought them. Now I can make notes and sketches…like “see CZ card using Joyful cut in red glitter paper on her blog” !

    1. #9.1
      Kathi

      Cathy, so creative. What a fabulous idea. If you are having trouble with dry erase rubbing off, you can use some of the cool sharpie colors (or other permanent markers ) in fine tip. You can write with them on lamination and then use a paper towel with a little rubbing alcohol and they will come right off. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the free download. I will be using it for stamps I have ordered and ideas for using them.

  5. #11
    Libby Hickson

    Love this – thanks for making it available for everyone. If you ever have time on your hands (ha!) – another useful version, for me anyway, would be one with margin on the left, so I could hole punch it to slide into my planner. (But of course your suggestion to slip it into the bin with the product is super smart too.)

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