Learn How to Use and Create Digital Planners on Your iPad
I have finally thrown out my paper planner and moved to 100% digital planning and note taking, and I’ve truly never been more organized. I want to share with you my newest planner as a free download and my process for creating digital planners.
In my newest tutorial on digital planning, I cover my whole process for creating this planner from start to finish. We go over everything from backgrounds and textures, to inserting tabs and links. When you take this class you’ll get all of the tools I use to create my planners as free downloads. I’ll share with you three leather texture brushes, a paper texture brush, and tons of stamps for creating tabs, buttons, stitches, and stickers.
Here is a look at the planner — it has 11 sections, including a cover page and year view:
a set of 64 stickers (already cropped for your stickering convenience) and lined writing/list making paper:
a goal tracker for every day of the year:
a month and week view:
and blank paper that you can fill with stickers, boxes, writing, or whatever else you need in a planner!
So if you’re ready to learn how to create your own planner, check out the class. If you don’t have a Skillshare membership, you can get a free trial by clicking on the class cover here:
Not ready to make your own? No problem, you can use mine! Check out my quick tutorial on how to download and use the planner and stickers:
*Note: If you have trouble downloading the planner, check out the video tutorial above to see all the steps!
You may also like some of my other classes:
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Learn how to create soft pastel drawings on your iPad in Procreate. When you watch this class, you’ll get all of the pastel brushes I created plus a blending brush, paper texture brushes, and some drawing templates.
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