I was really feeling Hello Kitty this week! I sat down to pick out what I wanted to use, and remembered I had a Hello Kitty sticker book that I purchased from Old Navy on Black Friday. A lot of the stickers are very large, so I haven't used them much. Since I'm still trying to figure out how to use all the space available in this Sugar Paper planner, I decided to pull out the sticker book.
The insert I made [details below] has a list of my FlyLady Zone Missions for the week on the other side.
Here's the pages without my insert I made. The sticky note has my FlyLady Zone to do's for the week. If you're unfamiliar with FlyLady you should definitely check it out. Then once again, I put the FlyLady zone of the week in the top left hand corner. The TV show stickers I made myself. Now that the holiday season is over and shows are back to their regular schedule, I need a reminder to watch them.
||What I Used||
Stamps: Recollections Stamps, Kate Spade rotating stamp, Studio G ink
Pens: Sharpie Pen/Black && Frixion Pen/Black
Washi rolls: Purchased at Walgreens, Office Max, JoAnn, & a swap [I realize I once again forgot a couple washi's in the details picture...ugh]
Stickies: Flag stickies are from JoAnn dollar section. Black/White sticky note pad was from a swap
Hello Kitty paper clips: large was purchased at Walgreens & the little one was a Christmas present [I have a huge set of them]
I made my insert using a page out of the Teresa Collins Studio Gold paper pad, Hello Kitty sticker book from Old Navy, Post-It tabs, and a hole punch. I used a 1/4" hole punch for the Sugar Paper planner. All you do is mark a spot on the tab where each hole needs to be, punch it, cut a slit in each hole, then you can pop your insert into your planner.
I like to do this so I have extra room for long lists, reoccurring lists, and to add something pretty that I can reuse. I never attach my lists permanently to the card stock. This way I can reuse it.
How was your week? What was your Planner deco theme?