Today I have something a little bit different for you. I am sharing one of my planners and my planner desk with you.
I updated my current planner to two more versatile choices. Today I am sharing my new Webster's Pages Color Crush Planner in white. I really like the size of this planner and it's just pretty!
I loved the dividers and the planner pages are really nice. This planner will definitely inspire me throughout the year.
I love pretty little things so I decided to full my planner with as much as I could. I chose a white planner for greater versatility. I like to change things up and having a clean palette works wonderfully for me. I have the infamous page flags from the Target dollar spot. I have to be honest, there wasn't too much at the "Dollar Spot" as I thought there would be from seeing all of the posts in the planner community. It could also be that school just started and everything was gone! lol.
I have added a small clip from Melissa Frances. This clip can easily be added to the top of the binder to the page will close easily. I am going to add pieces of felt to the inside of the clip so the leather does not get marred. I added a paper bow to the center of the clip and then added a "Whimsie" resin flower from Webster's Pages.
I saw a beautiful pack of cards by Papyrus and I could not resist getting them. I cut the card in half and placed it in front of my dashboard.
I was able to pick up a pack of sticky notes from the "Target dollar spot." They only had this design left. I will definitely check back after the students get settled into school. I also added sticky notes from Heidi Swapp and Recollections. The mechanical pencil is also from the "Dollar Spot."
Erin Condren LifePlanner
Just a quick peek at my new Erin Condren LifePlanner. This will be my everyday "workhorse" planner.
I ordered an extra cover, personalized notepads, coil clips (great invention) and a monthly budget book. If you are considering a planner for the new year I highly recommend this one. You can get $10 off your first order by following this link: https://www.erincondren.com/referral/invite/robinshakoor.
I love to be organized. It just makes my life a little bit easier.
I am always looking for storage/display solutions and I think I have found a new favorite for my washi! I bought this handy washi storage system from Michael's craft store. It has serrated edges which is really convenient.
This is just a fun quick photo of my planner area. I have a larger craft desk but wanted a quaint space for planning. I transformed the desk area of my secretary (Ikea) into a planning station.
Well, that's a quick look a another area of my craft space. I hope you enjoyed the view.
Thanks for visiting with me today. Please leave me a comment to let me know how you enjoyed your visit.