My DIY Watercolor Dashboard

For as long as I’ve been in the planner world I’ve wondered WTH a dashboard was.  I didn’t really use one, but since I got one in the latest Foxy Fix Platinum sale, I figured I could learn to use it and make it my own by personalizing it.

If you couldn’t tell, I do a lot of things in various parts of my life, which means I can easily get swept up in it all.  I often forget to do one thing: breathe.  That’s the mantra of my dashboard. See how I make mine in the video below!

Planner Dashboards... Today I'm talking about what they are and how I made my own!


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5 thoughts on “My DIY Watercolor Dashboard

  1. What is the purpose of a dashboard? Is it just a title page per say? I keep hearing “dashboard” in the BUJO community, but I don’t really understand if it’s functional or aesthetic. Yours is BEAUTIFUL, BTW.🙂


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