Hi planner girls! It’s Cara here today with some inspiration that’s both fun and functional. Grab your Good Vibes collection and let’s start creating!
I wanted a place where I could record my routines in my planner. Routines make life so much easier, you don’t have to think about what comes next or what you should do. You just do it. Routines make going after your goals easier, so I created an insert myself, dedicated solely to my routines. So far, I’ve included my morning routine but I’ve got room for afternoon and evening, weekly, monthly and with pages left over for any other routines that I want to include later on.
I used the Good Vibes collection, which I thought suited the theme of the insert well, both in name and the colours and motifs.
For the cover I wanted to use one of the pretty florals from the 6x8 paper pad but it wasn’t big enough. If I want something bad enough, I can usually figure out a work-around! In this case, I layered the floral over the black chevron (Be Amazing) from the 12x12 paper collection. I layered in some heavy white paper and sewed down the middle to form the book. The floral doesn’t cover the back entirely, but all I needed was enough to be able to sew it in place. I layered some cards from the cut apart sheets and added a few stickers. the cover doesn't need much decoration since the floral is pretty fab all on it's own.
The flip side of the floral paper has the black chevrons again and a great ‘good vibes’ image which is a fab little surprise when you open the book! I fussy cut an arrow from one of the 6x8 papers and added some stickers and chipboard.
There’s a title page where I've handwritten ‘routines’ and layered stickers from the mini sticker tablet and 4x6 sticker sheets and a bit of washi.
Then we get into the good stuff! My morning routine! Again I’ve used handwriting for the title and to list out my routine, and I sectioned off the hours with strips of patterned papers, adding the number stickers from the 4x6 sticker sheets.
Layers and clusters finish of the spread and I used pop dots on the ‘choose happy sticker’ for depth and dimention and because I LOVE a fat TN!