I love dashboards and dividers. They can be pretty. They can be bold. They keep things organized and give you a place to put loads of sticky notes.
Her six-year-old son’s awesome dashboards from Shelbie Lee Co on Etsy:
And Antonisha’s dashboards, also from Shelbie Lee Co on Etsy:
From Cori Large… B6 TN Dashboards from Jane Lao (who does orders through Facebook):
From Gaetana Parris, who can be found on Instagram:
Marilyn Dapses (on Instagram) sent photos of these beautiful dividers; here’s their story:
On a trip to Chiapas, Mexico, my husband and I were moved by the exquisite beauty of the needlework of this particular group of Maya. To continue to celebrate their work and enjoy it each day, I made dividers for my Filofax.
The first photo is a closeup of Mayan gliphs which is the backside of each divider. Four of the photos are close ups of Mayan embroidery. One is a photo of Mayan children in their everyday traditional dress in a mountain village.
The last is a photo of Mayan women from a different village working their needles and thread. This was not a tourist market.
From Andrea Koochin, greeting cards turned into dashboards (she wrote an article about it in this issue, which includes a free greeting card so you can try it yourself!)