DIY This Week/Next Week Frame Planner (Image Credit: A Thousand Words)

DIY This Week/Next Week Planner by A Thousand Words

DIY This Week/Next Week Frame Planner (Image Credit: A Thousand Words)

DIY This Week/Next Week Frame Planner (Image Credit: A Thousand Words)

With summer coming to a close, a crazy school schedule will soon be back in full swing for students. As many college-goers know, it is close to impossible to fit every assignment, event, and club meeting into the average, teeny-tiny eight-inch planner. So, why not spell out your schedule in a big, bold way while also sprucing up your room?

This DIY by A Thousand Words requires two long frames (one for this week, one for next week), scrapbook paper of your choosing for each day of the week, circle paper punches, letter stickers to mark the days, and glass to lay overtop. If you need space to hang loose papers, you can hang binder clips from the bottom of the frames. And don’t forget dry-erase markers to start using your planner, of course! It is fast, simple, and relatively inexpensive to boot.

What is great about this DIY is that it can be uber-personalized.  The scrapbook paper you choose can match the color scheme of the room that the planner is displayed in or just be in a theme you love. The planner will bring a little “you” to the room and will also help keep your schedule straight. Décor that is fun and functional at the same time is always welcome!

This DIY would not only look great in a dorm room, but in a home or office as well. Whether you’re a mom trying to keep track of her children’s activities or a busy worker who wants a more interesting way to schedule meetings, this is a DIY that everyone can make and everyone can use! For the Full DIY, visit  A Thousand Words!


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