The latest and most practical product on the market has to be the new Heidi Swapp MemoryDex Desktop Spinner! Combine it with Pink Paislee’s bold and colorful Memorandum Collection; the combination is matchless. Memorandum and the white MemoryDex Spinner looks fresh and chic. Add a touch of black and white ribbon for contrast and texture!
On my MemoryDex Spinner, I used Pink Paislee’s Memorandum Acetate Clear Cards and the Paper Cards. The thicker and great quality overlay in the Acetate Set is sturdy and flips nicely on the spinner.
Even after several flips and turns, the papers and overlays still maintained their shape.
To get started I needed to decide the purpose for my Spinner. I knew I needed it to be a desktop essential. Something which is indispensable – and that I will use on a daily basis. With that in mind, I proceeded to make sub-dividers for the Spinner that would allow me to use it to jot down quick notes and reminders. Notably “DO”, “NOW”, “ETC” and “Wait” in a sequential manner.
To create these dividers I pasted Thickers onto the Memorandum MemoryDex Cards. It is quick and easy to build a collection of MemoryDex.
I love how the Spinner looks and feels with the addition of embellishments and extra tags and MemoryDex Cards! Clips, Cut out motifs from Memorandum Pattern Papers, and Thickers are great elements to include.
Printed words (with mixed fonts) and sentiments on the clear cards are another great way to add text and sub journals onto this Spinner. So many possibilities and so much room for creativity!
Here, I made use of a regular tag and jotted down brief words for myself. Tags add visual interest and is an economical and alternative way to add bulk to the Spinner. Memorydex Hole Punch is needed for the tag to fit the spinner.
This has to be my favorite divider in this Spinner! Look at the holographic effect of the Thickers and on Memorandum’s MemoryDex Card. The tinge of gold adds glam to this table top essential!
Here are some ideas I included between the “Etc.” dividers. Meal plans, recipes to try out are some themes which is relevant to most of our daily life.
So you see, memory keeping and general paper crafting is NOT confined to documenting with photos. Snippets of note taking, journaling, handwritten routines and even your favorite recipes are another way to preserve memories! This MemoryDex Spinner will definitely be an ongoing project that will sit nicely on my desk.
Collection used: Memorandum & Heidi Swapp MemoryDex Collection