How To Fix Mistakes In Your Planner

Did you smudge black ink in your planner? Did the watercolor bleed through? Crafty mistakes in your planner can be such a bummer but we can help! Adelina is sharing some ways to fix mistakes in your planner!

How To Fix Mistakes In Your Planner

Hello everyone! Adelina here sharing a process video with examples of how I fix mistakes in my Canvo. This project didn’t start out as a video about fixing mistakes. I was really excited to show you how I used the Essentials by Ellen April release in my Canvo with the watercolor kit I created last month. I guess the universe had other plans. I was having an off week, you guys! *laugh* It was one of those weeks where it felt like every time I stepped into the craft room or started to do something I was getting in my own way. It happens to all of us and I just happened to catch mine in a video. *shaking my head*

I thought you might enjoy seeing how I overcome the mistakes I made in my bullet journal. Using a bullet journal is different than making a card. It’s for personal use, so there are ways to mask mistakes so that you don’t have to rip out pages. Which is such a bummer when you work so hard on a pretty layout!

How To Fix Mistakes In Your Planner

I’m using VersaFine Clair ink in Nocturne for stamping my images. This ink is safe for use with watercolors. There are a few inks that are water resistant, I’ve included links for them below. This one is just my personal favorite because I get a crisp, clear impression on the first try.

How To Fix Mistakes In Your Planner

This layout features the Essentials by Ellen Everyday Doodles stamps & dies. They are so perfect for use in your Canvo! I like that there are a couple of Spring inspired images and a coffee cup. If you follow me on Instagram, you know I’m a bit of a coffee addict. *laugh* If you use a Canvo Bullet Journal, I hope you’ll find these tips helpful. Thanks for stopping by today!


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1 Comment

  • Reply Kirsty Vittetoe April 21, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    So fun to learn this, thanks for tips!

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