Y’all I am in love with the way this weeks spread turned out. I tried really hard to pull in as much rose gold as possible and be a bit more creative with the different ways to lay out each sticker.
I love watching YouTube videos to see out of the box ideas for planning different activities. I actually pulled in a few sticky notes this week to use since I’m running low on checklists. See the little grey and white list on Thursday? That’s a sticky note!
I used a bit of washi to hold down some of the sticky notes so that they were more adhesive and then pulled in a few extra stickers from left over kits (like the little laptop on Sunday or the quarter box on Wednesday).
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Just a little note… a lot of this weeks rose gold is from Michaels Recollections collection. The cute little stickers with the functional icons are amazing and I have been using them for months with no problem… and I’m just starting to run out. There’s a lot on there!
The washi pack however… it’s a little funky. I love love love it because it’s so pretty! The note taken washi and the scalloped washi are both from this washi pack. Out of all the pages in the kit these 4 washi strips are the only ones to peel up easily… most of them are a pain in the rump. I talked to a few planner girls on facebook about it and apparently it’s all the washi packs in this little kit not just mine.
So buy them if you like (they’re super cute!) but just know you may need scissors and a glue stick to get them to stick.
With three days off this weekend it was all about checklists, checklists checklists! I luckily had quite a few little three heart checklists for my different little activities but I love using the tiny dots and hearts to create new checklists throughout the week.
Plus since they’re individual little dots I can use only a few (like my short checklist Sunday evening) or 3 or 4 (like my checklist Tuesday evening!). The best part of planning in a happy planner is how flexible it can be. You can really make it exactly what you want.
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