Create a Daily To Do List in Procreate

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I have a confession: I’m terrible at keeping any kind of daily planner. I feel like I’ve tried them all and it always starts out with the best intentions, but by month 2, I’ve already fallen off the bandwagon. What has always worked for me, though? A folded up piece of paper with a daily handwritten list of to do’s. Nothing complicated, nothing bound and no digital calendars (that simple check mark or line striking through the item in ink is so satisfying!). If you’re like me and want that plain piece of paper to look a *little* nicer, this week’s tutorial is for you! Print it out, keep it digital (easily reusable!) or adapt it for other purposes (grocery list/packing list/scheduler, etc.).

From this intermediate tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

✨ Weave a string through hole punches via masking tricks
✨ Create an evenly spaced layout with hierarchy
✨ Organize a file with many layers
✨ Create multi-layered background embellishments
✨ Duplicate elements for efficiency without obvious repeats

Grab the free color palette and brushes above to get started!

I use the Paperlike screen protector on my 3rd gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB). More info here: https://paperlike.com/everytuesday

I’m also using the NimbleGrip by Uppercase on my 2nd gen Apple Pencil. Check it out/pick it up here: https://every-tuesday.com/grip

This artwork was created on a 3rd gen iPad Pro (12.9″, 256GB) along with a 2nd gen Apple Pencil using the Procreate app (v.5.1.5)

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