Happy Monday! I hope you all had a good weekend and hopefully got to enjoy some nice weather where ever you are.
This week’s spread is another simple layout contained on one page with some adorable plant doodles.
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To kick off this week’s layout, I started by creating 6 evenly sized sections from top to bottom. The bottom section I separated into two even sections as well, which will be used for two different days.
Since last week’s spread ended on the 22nd, this week’s begins on the 23rd. I chose not to label the days of the week in this spread, however, this is something you could easily add in if you want.
I just wrote the number of the day on the left-hand side of each section and drew a plant on the right-hand side.
If you’d like to know a few easy ways to create plants like these, you can check out my tutorial on Two Ways to Draw Cacti.
My final detail was to add in the ‘April 2018’ at the top just to keep track of the month.
And that is really all there is to this week’s spread. Probably the quickest tutorial yet and one of the easiest, most customizable posts, too.
If you’re interested in any of the markers I used or the journal I use, you can check them out below:
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I will see you all on Wednesday!
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