Here’s a look at the cover. Such a beautiful scene. I love the various borders and especially like the gold foil arrows. I feel like it goes along with my One Little Word for the year: FORWARD
Here’s a couple of pictures to show some of the sticker sheets and the monthly covers. I love the bright bold colors. This is an 18 month planner and was built to last with super sturdy cover and back and nice ring binding.
One of the great things about this planner is that it has the monthly view and also the weekly view. So you can get a quick overview o your month and then get down to the details with your weekly views.
Here’s a closer view of one of my month view pages. I decided to make my planner about my crafty life and my walk with the Lord.
Here’s a shot of the weekly view. I love the ample space for each day.
Here’s a closer look at the left side. I decided to create some numbers and punch them out with a circle punch.
Here’s a picture of the other side. I really liked the extra space at the bottom for writing notes, goals, lists, etc. I used a stamp and several of the cute stickers from the planner set. I also used those sweet cupcake stickers form the Sweet Treats Sticker set, the pink hearts from the Pandas Sticker set and also a potted cactus from the Succulents Sticker Set.
Here’s a closer look at one of the pages. I used a mix of the fun stickers included with the planner. I used some of my sharpie markers to add color. I also used a couple of stamps and some paper from the Baby Girl Banner Paper.
Here’s a closer look at the cut file insert I created. I wanted a tab at the top that would take me right to my current week. So I used my trusty Pazzles Inspiration Electronic Die Cut Machine and created the insert so that it would pop right into my planner quickly and easily.
Here’s a look when it is popped out o f my planner. I decided to hand letter this sentiment to myself. I used my black pen to outline and color in the letters. I then used some colored pencils, glitter pen and some silk luster for the drops.
Here’s what it looks like when closed. I like that I can go right to my current week view.
I also created a couple of other inserts. A heart shaped insert and a circle shaped insert.
For those of you that use electronic die cut machines, I am sharing the cut files I created to make this layout. They are in AI, DXF, SVG, STUDIO and WPC formats. Just click the link HERE.