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2012 Planner - Well I am good at planning & so need a planner

Either to Plan to Fail or Fail to Plan I do neither of them. I do not Plan to fail as I plan to succeed and I never Fail to Plan.

Well its always assumed that creative people are spontaneous and they do not like to plan, well I beg to differ as I am a prt of the Corporate World Planning is a part of my daily routine, so how do the corporate & the creative world meet... well by creating a beautiful planner.

Yes guys I am well in time for my new year, I have made a Planner for myself thats absolutely GORGEOUS.

Its a nice compact size and looks ultra fab with the Tim Holtz Paper line. It has 6 pages, 1 page for every two months. ON eage page I have two months calendar, a Monthly Planner Tag with one month on each side to mark my appointments. A small four-sided insert that takes care of Bithdays & Anniversaries, Important Dates, Contact Number and a small space for some crucial notes.

As a loving son, dad & husband I love to travel with my family pictures, so there is one side on each page dedicated to pictures.

On the inside front cover I spaces for those little nicks and nacks like fuel bills, dinner bills etc to claim expenses. another two pockets for little scribbling pads and one large space for my Family picture.

This is a really beautiful planner again inspired by a project done by Kathy Orta (Thank you...Kathy).

The closure for the planner is also rugged with two antique brads from Stampin Up and a piece of Linen thread.

Well this is a male version of the planner, hope you guys like it. Do leave me a feedback I would love to read your comments.

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Enjoy!

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