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Today I want to show you a fun way to create a cut-out planner page. To get started you’ll need some Tombow Dual Brush Pens, your planner (I recommend a planner or notebook with nice thick pages) and some small sharp scissors.
The first step is to use your Dual Brush Pens to draw something along the top of your page. It could be flowers, leaves, stars, puppies...anything!
The key is to leave a space in the top corner big enough to fit a calendar or anything else you’d want to be able to access across multiple pages.
Step two is to carefully cut out that corner section that you left blank, and cut around the top of your drawing.
To complete your cut-out planner page, add a calendar (or anything else you’d find useful to have on multiple days) to the cut out section in the top corner. Then fill in the rest of your page with days of the week, to-do lists etc. and you’re all done!
On future days you can draw something completely different, just make sure the cut-out area lines up with the one you’ve already made.