This is how I use my daily planner for memory-keeping. With just a little space and minimal supplies, I can creatively document my days and memories. On this particular day we spent the evening at a flower farm, photographing and picking dahlias, so I made a little dahlia watercolour.
This is just a blank space on today’s daily planner page. One corner of it was already pre-decorated, as each page is. My portable watercolour set includes a water brush and I keep a bit of paper towel tucked into the case too. The set is small enough to pop into a pencil case. I used my phone to look up this dahlia drawing to copy … (I always copy what I draw/paint). And then I used the phone to take this photo. No studio required, just a corner of the kitchen table, a notebook and pencil case, and a phone.
Stationery in the Photo
P.S. Did you know that dahlias are know as The Queen of the Autumn Garden?
P.P.S. I’ll post the photographs here one day soon. Fall photography is my favourite.
P.P.P.S. Okay fine here’s a sneak peek: