I figure if you write all your to-dos on pretty stationery, it makes the task list a little easier to complete. With that in mind you can design your own pattern or use patterned paper to make these DIY To Do List Cards. I’ve included studio and PDF files to help you make your own as well. Read on for the downloads and to make your own cards…
- Silhouette Studio (there is a free version!)
- Silhouette cutting machine (I used my CAMEO 3 for this one) or you can manually print and cut
- Cutting mat
- To do list studio file or PDF file (free!)
- Cardstock (or patterned paper)
- Pattern or you can make your own (I got my images here on Creative Market)
- To create your pattern in Silhouette Studio, merge your images onto a new document
- Resize the images and design so that it fits in your cut area (page)
- Create a pattern with your images using the Replicate Tool
- Print as many copies as you need. Reload them into your printer tray so that you can print on the other side
- Move your pattern (images) off the page, then merge your to-do studio file onto the page
- Show registration marks
- Print the same number of copies on to the other side of the patterned pages from Step 4 above
- If you are using a Silhouette, for each page, send to print and cut using cardstock settings. If you are cutting by hand, cut along the outer black border
- If you are cutting manually, here are a couple of options:
- Design your pattern then print it out, reload into your printer and print the PDF on the other side. Now cut the outer edge
- Load patterned paper or cardstock into your printer tray so that you can print on the other side. Print the PDF on the other side. Now cut the outer edge
And so now you have these sweet little cards to help get you organized. Which pattern did you use or create?
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Looking for some more inspiration? Take a look at my other Silhouette projects.