VBPlanner Vision Board
Hello VB Fam!

Ever wonder what to do with the monthly overview in your VBPlanner? The headers give you lots of options to try out, so this month I decided to use it as a vision board. I wanted to do a spring refresh in my craft room. I didn’t want to change it up completely; I just wanted to add a few pieces to give myself more storage options. I spent a lot of time browsing the Internet but kept getting overwhelmed with the amount of storage pieces that were available. I had to come up with a plan. The monthly overview was perfect! Read on to see how my plan came together.

The first thing I did was to set a budget. It was important to me to keep the total cost under $100. I found a few things that I definitely wanted and printed the photos out. Each one was less than two inches.

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Once I decided on placement, l used a tape runner to adhere the photos to the page. Then, I gathered some supplies from the Sakura Picnic VBKit (stickers and washi) and a set of sticky notes. 

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I knew I wanted to use the line boxes from the small sticker sheet pack to label each photo and a journaling sticker to hide the print at the bottom of the page. I used the sticky notes for recording retailers and prices.
After filling in the details about the products, I also wrote down what each item would be used for. I wanted to be sure that each item I planned to purchase had a specific purpose. 
At the bottom of the page, I added more stickers to write down any notes l may need.
Next, I added a title using some letter stickers and a couple of strips of washi to add a little decor to the page. To highlight the month, I used a brush pen (Tombow #772).
And that’s it! I am so pleased with how it turned out. Cute, yet completely functional! This was the perfect solution for planning out what I wanted to buy for my craft room and helped me to really make some concrete decisions about why I needed each item. 
I plan on doing this each time I have a project to complete. I’m a visual learner and having a vision board certainly made this process easier by having a visual representation of what I wanted to accomplish. I hope that this gives you another way to use your monthly overview. 

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. Tag me @drinkcoffee.makestuff and @shopvillabeautifful on Instagram and make sure you post in the Villabeautifful Community Facebook group.
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