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2014-2015 Teachers Planner

I handcrafted this brilliant 2014-2015 Teacher Planner book!
It's fabulous!
I added everything I would want if I were a teacher.
Finished size is 7 1/2 x 7 1/2.
 
Encouraging scripture
 Monthly calendar with space for notes and a pocket on the bottom of each one.  There is a huge 7x7 pocket on the side of each one! 

 This page below features Stencil by Retta.  She has cutter files and stencils in her Etsy store ~ Royal Insperations by Retta.
 I embossed the girl in white on a piece of the designer paper.  She showed up great!  In between the booklets (there are 3 that I've hinged together) I have added spots for the teacher to add a picture.  The side of the frame is open and they can slide out the tabbed mat and add their picture.


 Below is the last page-I LOVE this paper line. It has great colors and the designs are fresh and modern.
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