Planning With The February Printables
Hello friends it’s Kylie back with you today on the blog and I have been busy documenting my month with help from the February printables. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the printables yet, you will find them HERE There are 3 different sizes you can print to suit- A5, Personal or Traveler’s Notebook.
One of my New Year resolutions was to focus more on self care and positive thinking.So I have been planning, documenting and memory keeping in my Typewriter Floral Traveler’s Notebook, using one of the Grid Notebook inserts.
I like to use a thicker quality paper (around 160 g/m2 )for printing, as I like them to be nice and sturdy but regular printer paper is fine too if you prefer.Once they are printed you can enjoy fussy cutting them out.
There’s a great variety for February! These cards are some of my favourites…..
Another of my favourites is the ‘Currently Loving’ page. It’s something you can add to each month and reflect back on. It would be fun to see and compare how that changes from month to month.
I used my typewriter to fill mine in, then all I had to do was cut and adhere into my Traveler’s Notebook. I’ve used a corner punch to round my corners a little.
I’ve added some outlining to my ‘Love this Life’ feature page to help it really stand out in my notebook. There are also some of the smaller printables, as well as a few stickers from the ‘Good Vibes’ collection used.
Using the ‘Mug Life’ stamps, I added them to the small printed banners. I thought these would be great as a title, an overlay or page tag.
I wanted to record several happy memories for the month and I have used some of the 3 x 4 printable cards to enhance my pages as well as the ‘Plan It’ and ‘Good Vibes’ stamps.
I found some inspiration from Pinterest for ‘Self Care’ to which I have typed out and added into my pages.I love the coffee cup and the best part is I can print more than one!
With help from the ‘Make a List’ stamp set I will be using this page for goals and special notes for the month.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing my Traveler’s Notebook today and it inspires you a little with your own.
Until next time,