Vision Board Checklist: What supplies do you need?

Do you know what an ineffective vision board is called? A collage.

What you put into your vision board is a collective of thoughts, emotions, details, and projected experiences. A collage, on the other hand, is an art form of expression rather than primarily intention. 

This begs the question: What supplies do you need to make a vision board? And not just any vision board but rather an effective one. 

Here’s your general vision board checklist. Take each bit of information to heart as you shop for and create your vision board.

1. Defined Goals & Intentions

As we said, a vision board without intentions is not a vision board; it’s a collage. Before you begin making your vision board, spend time meditating on your goals. Ask yourself questions to further define your vision of what those goals are, what they look like, and what it would feel like if you reached the goal now. 

Here are some questions to get you started:

  • How long will it take to manifest this goal?
  • How will you feel once this goal is manifested?
  • What does the roadmap to your goal look like?
  • What vibes do your goals give off?
  • How will you motivate yourself towards the goal?
  • Does your goal require any funds?

That’s just the beginning. 

Pro-tip: Check out the Manifesting Journal to practice intention-setting and more.

2. A Blank Canvas/Blank Page

You need somewhere to assemble your vision board and paste (or tape) things down. Alternatively, your vision board can be on a corkboard but when you make a vision board, you should spend as much time as possible visualizing your manifested goal using it. You can’t take your corkboard with you.

There is a way to visualize on the go and that’s with the Vision Board Planner from Lovet Planners. This spiralbound book is your key to getting the most out of your vision board. It’s not just because it has the space for you to create and store your vision boards like a portfolio. There’s more. Keep reading.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐"I have such a vision for this year, this year I’m 35, now living in my mid thirties kind of a big deal for me. I’m ready to make my goals and dreams a reality. I have Been loving my Vision Board Planner from Lovet Planners. This planner has everything you need to create your own vision board. The first section includes pages of full color cut outs with stylishly designed quotes, affirmations, graphics, dividers and more. Then it has blank pages to express your vision on paper. It’s so cool!" -Lisbeth, Lovet Planners Customer 

3. Affirmations & Inspiring Cutouts

Goals are effectively manifested if you maintain your motivation. People who are good at managing their motivation tend to use mantras, affirmations, and meditations to keep them charged. 

Inside the Vision Board Planner from Lovet Planners, you’ll find space to assemble your vision board and various cutouts to define and apply to your vision. In motivation and the Law of Attraction, affirmations help you reframe your mindset and boost your confidence. With that confidence, you have the will to manifest your visions.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I love it! I used to do the old traditional poster board ones but the planner is so much better and convenient. I have it on my nightstand so I can grab it and remind myself each morning. Will be ordering another one for my BFF. -Britt, Lovet Planners Customer


4. Photos of Yourself

Do you remember how we said a well-defined vision (board) is an efficient one? Believe it now that you are the greatest detail of your own vision. Rather than using photos of people that you clip from newspapers, magazines, and Pinterest printouts, go through your camera roll and have your favorite images printed. 

This is especially important for vision boards that include fitness or health-oriented goals. Using images of other people can give you an unfair disadvantage because it creates a foundation for comparison. It can impact your self-esteem. So only use images of yourself if you can!

5. Paper Craft Supplies

Your vision board should have the essence of who you are. Use scissors, crafting materials, embellishments, and shape + manifesting cutouts. The cutouts, again, you can find in the Vision Board Planner!

6. Abundance Checks

Use the Bank of the Universe Checks to help you visualize the dollar amount that is required to manifest the goal you have. When out of sight, it’s out of mind. So when you have a trip planned and the plane ticket roundtrip is $1,259, you won’t motivate yourself without the reminder. It helps to see the amount in front of you and inch closer and closer to the goal. 

The Bank of the Universe Checkbook is available with 40 numbered checks and a bank register to help you keep track of your manifested (and manifesting) amounts. This is helpful to have when you create multiple vision boards. Label and get an understanding of why different vision board abundance checks are more effective than others.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "I was just starting a Vision Board and these checks came right on time! I wrote out the amount I "envisioned" along with some other things and seeing that amount every day, helped make that "vision" a reality! Thanks! Loved it!" -Amanda E., Lovet Planners Customer

We’ve got more vision board essentials where that came from. Click here to check out the Manifesting Collection from Lovet Planners.

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