Quick & Easy Valentine DIY | Gift Tags and Planner Clips

Okay, I know I’m not the only one that waits until the last minute when it comes to whipping projects together. It’s like after Christmas, January goes by in a blur and then BOOM it’s February. You don’t have much time to really enjoy all the balloons and chocolate since it lands smack in the middle of the month.

Still, I thought I’d share the projects I put together. One is for my Valentine tree (yes I’m keeping it festive), but you could use as a gift tag, and the other is a DIY planner clip.

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Organizing Die Cuts and Ephemera | Cheap Planning

I’ve decided to relaunch my Cheap Planning series in 2019. There’s so many affordable supplies plus storage options that are worth sharing. Most importantly, in the planner community it’s easy to go out and buy everything you see. This series is all about making things on your own and customizing specially for you and your day to day life. Today, I wanted to share the solution I found to storing my die cuts and ephemera.

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Christmas Craft Stash

December 3rd already? It’s really no shock that December is going to fly back just like the rest of the year and it’ll be 2019 before we know it. Well here we are, day 3 of blogmas. If you need to catch up, feel free to click here. As for today’s post, I wanted to share my Christmas craft stash. Not only will I be using these goodies in my planner, but I have other projects in mind as well.

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DIY Happy Planner Sticker Book

Ready for a dose of planner organization? While I’ve shared my planner storage in the past (and will do so again in a future post), I wanted to share with you guys how I create my Happy Planner sticker books. It’s super quick and easy and requires minimum supplies.

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B6 Traveler’s Notebook Flip Through

I’ve cheated on my Happy Planner and I’ve officially switched to a traveler’s notebook. I still love the discbound system, but the size of the classic Happy Planner does not work for daily use. I needed something compact and something that works for everything. I wanted a central location to plan and journal. I am no traveler’s notebook guru, but I’ve finally found a system that works. Forget the pretty planning. I’ve found functional planner peace.

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Dashboards for Any Planner

Cheers to the weekend and another post on the blog. I am no stranger to sharing my planner obsession. I am a strong believer in writing things down and most importantly, getting them done. I use stickers, colorful pens, etc. to draw attention to certain moments of a day. Of course, that’s not needed. I will say that the more decorative my planner is the more I use it. This post is all about making inexpensive dashboards for your planner with materials you may already have.

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What’s In My Travel Planner Bag?

Welcome to yet another post here on the blog. In this post I’m sharing what is in my on the go planner bag that I will be using with my traveler’s notebook. I wanted to be able to bring my travelers notebook with me to work so I can journal on my lunch break. All items in the bag have been consolidated and compacted for easiest use.

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