stencils created for bullet journaling, Bible journaling, art journaling, organizational and educational purposes.
We have sold a few of our new Floral Wreath Elements stencils, and we wanted to be sure you knew what a fun tool this could be. I love being able to embellish and create my own look and to encourage you to “play” too. I hope this video will inspire and take a little mystery out of how to use this floral addition to your stencil collection. https://youtu.be/OQ3FJDUaeRY
As always, please let us know if you have any questions when using our stencils or stickers.
Also, Good News! It’s been a creative weekend at Journal This Now and we are posting 8 new stencils in our new “State” series. Thank you to everyone that participated in our Facebook poll. We are continuing to work our way down the list, so if you haven’t seen your state stencil introduced yet, be sure to add it to our list. Or, shoot us a message! Here is one of our first 8 to be posted today and tomorrow. Have a great week!
You know when you come home and your brain is exploding with everything you need to do, every errand and appointment you need to run, and the calls or emails you need to return? That’s when you just got to dump it all out on a journal page to look at it and organize it into management chunks.
Also a great set of stencils that help you to prioritize is our canning jar and boulders stencil. Heard the story about the Big Rocks? ZenHabits.net explains well like this:
If your week is seven buckets, and you go into each bucket without planning ahead, and you fill it up with little pebbles and grains of sand and whatever other debris comes your way … soon there will be no room for the Big Rocks. Your buckets fill up faster than you know it, and once your buckets are full, you’re done. You can’t get bigger buckets.
What you can do is put the Big Rocks in first, and fill in the pebbles and sand around them.”
Use the canning jar stencil and inside of it stencil in the big boulders first and then fill in with the little rocks and pebbles. Then tag each of these with what needs to be accomplished. Assigning your biggest tasks to the boulders and scale down your tasks to the pebbles.