Hello creatives! Leah here with you today with a super fun tutorial on how to upcycle a Carpe Diem Planner packaging box into decorative and functional storage for your craft or planner supplies. How many of you have kept the pretty packaging your Carpe Diem planners and traveler’s notebooks came in? I have quite a few and I never throw them away because they are so cute and functional. I love to use them just as they are for little storage trays for my supplies when I am working on a project.

Hello, I’m Cara and I am addicted to travelling! I love a clean hotel room with a puffy white bed and it’s cute little tea and coffee bar. I love to visit new things and learn about new cultures. And I love getting away from the everyday to experience something new. I’m not home a week from one trip and I’m dreaming up the next. 

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.

Keeping the house clean at all times with 3 kids is not easy. Doing laundry is even worse. Imagine all the clothes one person wears in a week multiply that by 5. My 3 old daughter probably goes through the most clothes in a week more than any of us in the house.

Hello again! Is it really that time again?...blimey that’s gone quick! Anyway!  Shall we take a look at what I’ve been up to since last time?  I’ve set up my A5 Blush with the dividers I made with the ‘heartsbyemma’ twist!! If you’re not sure what I mean, check out my last blog and all will become clear! 

Hi everyone, it is Kelly here today on the Carpe Diem blog. Today I will show you how I have decorated my February planner spreads with gorgeous florals from the Kissing Booth collection by Simple Stories. I am still using my color wash A5 Carpe Diem (one of my absolute favorites) and the ‘Hello’ monthly inserts.

It’s Cara here today and I’ve been trying to manage my time a bit better in 2019. I discovered calendar blocking a few months ago and it’s been working well for me. To help me keep on track with this, I’ve added a laminated list of my routines to my planner. It folds in half so that I can easily slip it into my traveler’s notebook. On the back, I added a checklist from the one routine I’m having the most trouble completing, my lunch time routine.

Howdy friends!  It's Layle, marketing director for Simple Stories & Carpe Diem and I'm back with you again this month sharing my Traveler's Notebook set up for February using the Kissing Booth collection.  

At the risk of sounding cliche, I just LOVE this collection!  The mix of florals and gingham paired with black, reds and pinks make this such a fun collection for February.  I started out by decorating the pockets of my TN using stickers from the 12x12 sticker sheet.

Hello again everyone! Leah here today and I’m excited to show you some different ways I’ve been using the Carpe Diem Planner sticker tablets to experiment with new weekly layouts in my Typewriter Circles TN.


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