So we’ve purchased our new home and are beginning to get settled in and are at the point where we are starting to actually start the projects we have talked about. One of the first projects we want to tackle this fall is landscaping. Because we live in Florida this is actually a great time to get some plants into the ground. When I brought up to my husband that I wanted to start looking at plants he suggested I make a map of the property so that we’d know what we want and where. I figured this was a good idea so I went ahead and started sketching out the property. As I was almost done I realized that I had a real sketch of the property with measurements in the survey we got with the home! I quick;y went to my email and pulled up the PDF file. I then converted it to JPEG with pdf2jpg.net and cropped out the extra stuff and printed it out on cardstock. After that all I had to do was add a few stickers and washi, hilighted where I had planters, and punch the page with my Happy Planner Punch and add it to my planner. Now I have he measurements of the home and where I want to plant with me at all times. I am sure this will end up coming in handy for more than just this gardening project and only took me minutes to make.
TIP: Remove the address and any other important information from the survey before printing. I opened the JPEG file in Paintbrush on my Mac to erase this data. Feel free to keep or erase as much as you’d like. (I erased the utility easement line as that wasn’t needed for this project.
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