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Planner Society April Review

This was the month that seemed to divide opinion! When Christy posted the first sneak peek on her Instagram lots of people didn’t seem to like it? I had no idea why because the designs were gorgeous! I love the bold colours in this box! Cardmaking I like to call these the cardmaking goodies from the box, as that’s largely what I’ll use them for. Some of the die cuts this month aren’t really to my taste and I’m not sure how I’d use them. But the rest are  ...

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Planning

Bullet Journal Update: The Tools

A little bullet journal update today and a focus on what I’m using in my bujo! It’s a fact that you don’t need anything fancy to bullet journal – just a pen and paper. For a stationery addict like myself though, I’ve obviously accumulated some tools over the past couple of months. The first thing I wanted for my bullet journal was a better way to find my important pages – mainly my monthly trackers and dailies. I feel like I’m the only one that  ...

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Planning

April Etsy Hauls

After a short while avoiding buying any planner stickers, I had to make a couple of purchases recently. I was running out of weekly kits and there’d been a few shops I’d been itching to make a purchase from. Dangerous combo! Samantha Mae Sticks So I didn’t buy any weekly kits here, but I did pick up some sheets I’d had my eye on a while. This shop was participating in the Mega Planner Addict sale and I just couldn’t say no! These stickers are a really lovely  ...

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Planning

LethbridgeCards New Releases!

It’s been a while since I posted about new shop releases. But I’ve had some very pretty kits hit the shop lately and my first hand drawn stickers so I just had to blog about it! New kits While shopping on Etsy I kept looking at really brightly coloured weekly kits. I realised that most of my kits are pastels and so I went in search of some bold coloured digital papers.  This my Coral Flower kit. I used this in my Filofax as soon as I finished the design! Obviously there’s  ...

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