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Hi planner friends! I’m back today to show you how I decorated my beloved Robin’s Egg Carpe Diem Planner with the Vintage Blessings collection.  One the left side, I filled the pockets with some of the chipboard pieces, ephemera, 4x6 sticker sheets, and the 3x4 journaling cards from the Vintage Blessings collection.
 
 
I also made a new dashboard with a photo of my son that was recently taken.  I use the Gather Together cardstock and added the chipboard tree and a few the Bits n’ Pieces.
 
 
For the calendar pages, I mostly used the Vintage Blessings 4x6 stickers to fill in the boxes and added the Grateful washi tape along the inside edges.
 
 
Lastly, for the weekly pages, I used a roller stamp from Simple Stories for the to-do’s, added a few word phrase stickers from the 4x6 sticker sheets, and some of the larger stickers are from the Combo sticker sheet.
 
 
 
I hope you enjoyed having a look inside of my Robin’s Egg Carpe Diem planner and setup from the Vintage Blessings collection.  Happy Planning!

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Hi everyone! I’m back today to show you how I decorated my month and weekly pages in the new Beautiful 16 Month Spiral Bound Planner with the Beautiful Collection.  I absolutely love anything spiral bound because I can fold it open on itself, so I am thrilled that Simple Stories is offering a Carpe Diem version of their own.
 
 
So when you open the planner, there’s a nice planner pocket already attached on the left side and I just filled it with my planner stickers and journaling cards.  I also glued on a couple of the floral Bits n’ Pieces to the pocket to make it more pretty.  On the right side is a “The Planner Belongs to..” page, but I wanted to dress it up with some of the 6x8 cardstock and the typewriter is from the 4x4 journaling elements cardstock.
 
 
 
For the monthly spread, all of the stickers are from the A5 Beautiful Sticker Tablet.  I love the sticker tablet in this collection because it really has a ton of functional stickers and icons, as well as a few sheets of decorative stickers.  To add some more color, I used the Black Speckle washi tape from the Bliss Collection the Dream Big washi tape from the Bloom collection in the monthly boxes.
 
 
 
On the weekly spread, I used the same stickers from the Beautiful Sticker Tablet and a few stickers from the Combo Cardstock Sticker Sheet, such as the typewriter and the scallop trim along the bottom of the pages.  
 
 
 
 
I hope you enjoyed having a look inside of the spiral bound planner and setup from the Beautiful Collection and I look forward to utilizing this gorgeous planner every week!

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Hi everyone! I’m back today to show you how I did my set up for my Aqua Carpe Diem planner using the Domestic Bliss collection and Home A5 Planner Insert Set.
 
 
I wanted to try out the Home A5 Planner Insert Set to keep house-related things more organized and to dedicate a whole binder to it.  I made myself a dashboard to make it more colorful and fun and filled the pockets with 3x4 cards from the Domestic Bliss collection.  I also made a simple pocket folder with the “I Can’t Adult” cardstock to store extra sticker sheets.
 
 
I don’t keep weekly planner pages in here, but I did want a monthly calendar to write down when bills are due, pay days, etc.  The Domestic Bliss Roller Stamp is great to use on the calendar for stamping in laundry, to-dos, and pay days, and more.   I also added some pieces of washi for a pop of color and used stickers from the Home Sticker Tablet to highlight chores and things I do weekly.  
 
 
In the Routine section, I keep my daily schedule that is usually the same routine and I only write home related tasks.
 
 
In the Projects section, I created a page where I wrote down craft projects I would like to do.  I tend to forget scrapbook or craft projects that I would like to do, so writing them down helps me remember to get it done in the near future.
 
 
In the To Do section, I keep a Master To Do List in this section and these are things that I don’t necessarily need to finish all at once, but things I want to finish that I know will require more time.
 
 
In the last section, I keep a Menu Plan that I recently started doing weekly and so far it has helped me plan dinners at home and use what I already have in my cupboards.
 
 
I hope you enjoyed having a look inside of my Home Management planner and I hope it inspires you to try out the Home Planner inserts to keep your home organized.

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