It’s sometimes interesting to go through my Google Analytics to find out what people searched for that brought them to my blog. Sometimes it’s creativity or starting over, yoga or hiking. Recently, I found over 40 queries specifically on ‘how to buy a vision board’ and I thought I should address this question.
While it’s possible to create a Vision Board, you cannot (and should not) buy a Vision Board premade for you. And there’s an important reason for that — Vision Boards represent your dreams and goals. No one else can know exactly what you want, so it can’t be premade for you. But, if you don’t want to collect all the supplies necessary for creating a Vision Board or if your not sure what you should get, here are some ideas for you.
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Vision Board Kit
This is an option for anyone who doesn’t want to or doesn’t have the space to collect all the supplies to create their own Vision Board. This Vision Board Kit comes with 130 items to help you design your Vision Board. This option is great if you don’t have a lot of room, time or patience to collect all the supplies needed to create your own Vision Board.
This is perfect for the person who doesn’t want to juggle a datebook and a Vision Board. Far more practical to have it all in one place which is what this planner does for you. The datebook includes weekly pages with the week’s priority, a positive habit tracker, a gratitude column, and even a place to track victories. The most important part of this datebook is the foldout Vision Board. While you’ll still need to create it with your own tools, it will go with you wherever you carry your datebook. You know I love a Portable Vision Board.
Tools To Make Your Own Vision Board From Scratch
For those who have the time, space and the patience to create your own Vision Boards, I highly recommend the following items to help you craft the perfect Vision Board.
I love the Moleskine Japanese fold-out notebook. It’s one continuous page that’s folded into 60 accordion style folds. This is what I use. The notebook is 3.25 x 5 inches, small enough to carry it with you. Why do you want to carry it with you? So you can look at your goals on a regular basis, remember them at those moments when you need to.
Need images and sayings for your Vision Board but don’t have any magazines to cut up? Then this is the perfect product for you, Envision Boards. There are 74 pages of images and quotes for you to cut out and use in your Vision Board.
Not everyone wants to carry around a portable Vision Board. And sometimes you don’t want something so permanent as gluing pictures into a book or onto cardboard. Our goals may change, either because we met a goal or our path has changed. This corkboard is a great option to use for a Vision Board that you can easily change. Find some colorful Push Pins and your corkboard Vision Board will look great.
Other tools can include glue sticks, glitter glue sticks, color markers, Washi tape, and stickers. Really, anything that you want will make the perfect Vision Board for you. Even if all you do is take a Sticky Note and write down all your goals. If that’s how you prefer to see them, then that is your perfect Vision Board.
What other supplies would you recommend for creating your Vision Board?