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New Workshop: Make Your Own Planner || REGISTRATION CLOSED

October 26th, 2009 by Avital

This workshop is for 2010, you will find an updated version for 2011 here.

Make Your Own Planner

I am excited to announce my latest self-paced workshop. In this workshop you will make your own planner for 2010.

The workshop will provide you step-by-step instructions to complete the beautiful planner you see above – all at the comfort of your own home. You will also get a full planner kit I designed, in both JPG and PDF files for instant download. I will walk you through the process of putting the planner together, however you will have to handle all the “wow!” you’ll hear yourself.

The planner’s pages are elegant and appeal to any taste. The page templates include:

  • Monthly and weekly planner pages.
  • Shopping list.
  • To do list.
  • A page for information you wish to remember.
  • A page designed especially for sketching creative ideas you come up with throughout the day.

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For only $10.95, less than a price of one designer planner, you will get a beautiful, meticulously designed planner kit. Not only that, but you may also use the kit to create planners for your friends, family and colleagues – a great handmade and affordable present for the coming holidays. You may also alter the JPG files, change their color, add or subtract elements and personalize it with a photo editing program.

What Else Will You Get?

The segments of the workshop are jam packed with tips and suggestions on how to harness your creativity for customizing the planner and make it uniquely yours. You will also find clear and concise step-by-step instructions, paired with large colorful pictures of each and every step – leaving all the guesswork out of the equation.

Immediately after registering to the workshop, you will gain access to the entire kit for instant download. You will also receive the first segment with an introduction and a complete tools and supply list. Note: all the tools and supplies are pretty basic and can be found at your local craft and office supply store. For your convenience, the list contains links to recommended online stores that sell these products.

The following three segments will be delivered to your inbox every day. Just enough time to allow you to complete the former segment without overwhelming you with all the information at once.

In a span of 4 days, you will get all the workshop material and complete your planner (depending on your preferred way to print out the planner kit).

As always I offer each member full support and encouragement.

P.S.: You are going to love this planner… OR your money back!

I am so confident you will absolutely love the planner you’ll make, that I am offering a full money back guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied with the workshop, just send me an e-mail and I will refund 100% of your purchase – no questions asked.

The Details

  • Price: only USD 10.95.
  • Duration: Self paced.
    Instant download of kit and complete delivery of workshop segments in a span of 4 days.
  • Contents:

    • 17 JPG files
    • 10 PDF printable documents
    • 4 workshop segments in PDF file format
  • Special features:

    • Members only forum.
    • Step-by-step photos and written instructions.
    • Unlimited personal use of the planner kit: make as many planners as you’d like.

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20 Comments to “New Workshop: Make Your Own Planner || REGISTRATION CLOSED”

  1. […] Creativity Prompt has a new self-paced workshop available.  In this workshop, you will learn to make your own planner for 2010. Templates are available for instant download which include monthly and weekly planner pages and more. For full details on this workshop, please click here. […]

  2. Diane Stewart says:

    Hi, I like your day planner, but was wondering what size is it? Also, for the black cover, do you tell where to get the black chipboard?

    Thank you


  3. Avital says:

    Hi Diane,

    The planner’s pages are 4″ by 6″ (to fit in standard photos)and I include a complete tools and supply list.

    The black chipboard is by Grafix and is available at Amazon.com.

    • Diane Stewart says:

      Avital, just one more question. I would like to make one for myself, but also one for my mom. Is it possible for you to tell me about how much one of these would cost to make? with the chipboard and paper etc. Just trying to figure out all this and would appreciate any feed back. I think it looks neat, especially to be able to carry around in my bag to jot down info and things as I think of them…

      Thank you,


      • Avital says:

        The chipboard comes in a package of 25 sheets (1 sheet is sufficient for 1 planner + excess) and the entire package costs about $12. You may also use a cardboard box instead, cut it to size and cover with patterned paper or fabric.

        You will need to print around 100 photos OR 30 PDF files – the cost depends on your printing service. If a photo print costs around 30 cents, that will be $3 for one set (I believe the more you print – the lower the price per photo).

        The rest is pretty basic. The binding rings cost a few dollars and you may substitute them with ribbon you already have at hand. The letter stickers are inexpensive too, and you can also skip this part altogether.

        I hope this information helps.

        Have a great day!

        • Diane Stewart says:

          Hey Avital, Love the planner, still working on putting it together, but I was wondering if you could add an address page or make another book that would be for addresses with the same size and format. I have ideas to add my sons photo to the orig. planner and an address book (with the same look) would be awesome. Having all the material now for the planner all I would need are the “insert” pages, A-Z..

          • Avital says:

            I believe I can create these pages and send them to the class participants as an extra bonus. It will take a while, though 🙂

  4. The planner looks Fabulous Avital!
    You’re right very stylish and will be treasured by all…
    I’m going to think about it.
    Thank You!

  5. DebbyD says:


    The workshop looks really neat but I was wondering if you can add some close ups of the agenda part (or make the pics ‘clickable’ so I could take a better look. I would like to put a lot of meetings and info in there and would get a close up.

    Thanks in advance!

    • Avital says:

      Hi Debby,

      The size of each page in the planner is 4″ by 6″ – that is to allow easy printing (with your local or online photo printing service) as well as the ease of incorporating standard size photos in the planner.

      Therefore the planner isn’t extremely big.

      You can see the monthly planner here. [click on ‘all sizes’ option above the picture for a closer view]

  6. Diane Stewart says:

    Awesome Avital, thanks so much!! loving this project!

  7. Lisa says:

    I am working on a MAC. Are the files compatible? I am using Microsoft Word for MAC. This definitely looks like something I would like. 🙂

    • Avital says:

      Hey Lisa,

      All the files are MAC compatible – they are either PDF or JPG files 🙂

      I am a MAC lover myself, I work with both a MAC and a PC.

  8. luis emilo restrepo garces says:

    Hi .. i bought today the planner and not get a link to download …
    i pay with paypal .. may you help me please

  9. Rachelle says:

    I bought the planner yesterday and have tried 3 times to download that list of supplies. I can open all of the other pdf files but this one times out every time.
    Help please!!!

    MUCH thanks!

    • Avital says:

      Hi Rachelle,

      The best way to open the PDF files that are embedded in the e-mails is to right-click on the link and choose “save link as…” OR “save target as…” option!

      Let me know how is it working for you!

      You may contact me by replying to the class e-mail 🙂

  10. Susan G says:

    I have visited your blog before. The more I read, the more I keep coming back! ;~)