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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Plan With Me | Christmas Week 2016

Tomorrow is Christmas Eve… Tomorrow is Christmas Eve… SUNDAY IS CHRISTSMAS!

Why hello there and welcome to another post here on the blog. Merry Christmas to those that celebrate it and HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO EVERYONE!

It just wouldn’t be right if I didn’t share my Christmas spread in my Happy Planner and just because I can’t get enough of CHRISTMAS I’ll be sharing another spread on Christmas Day in my Plum Paper planner. Unsure of what planner to use in the new year? Are you a new planner and unsure of where to start? Check out my Planning for 2017 series & my Planner Addict Holiday Gift Guide.

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Etsy Sticker Haul + Tips

Welcome to another post here on the blog. I’m all over the place with posts and what not. It’s December. Christmas overload! I’m talking planner spreads, DIYs, gift guides, and more! PLUS I’m hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@ChaoticCritic) #ChaoticXMASGiveaway. It’s 12 Days of Giveaways. I’ll have the rules listed below.

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Sticker Organization Pt. 2 | Etsy Stickers

Welcome to another post here on the blog. Back to back posts? I know, let’s go with it. Today we’re talking more sticker storage and this time for those lovely Etsy stickers. The worst thing about buying stickers is when you’ve accumulated so much, but have no where to put them. In my previous post I provided several options for how I store my regular stickers in my sticker stash, but this post is all about Etsy.

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Etsy Sticker Haul Featuring Stickeriffic

I will not buy stickers, I will not buy stickers, I WILL NOT BUY STICKERS!

– said NO planner EVER

Hey guys and welcome to another Etsy sticker haul here on the blog. I’ve been really good about monetizing how much I spend on stickers, but I’ve just been on a kick of buying planner goodies. Stickeriffic recently had a 50% off sale and since it’s a store that I’ve never tried, why not try during such a huge sale. I love 50% off sales, especially with no minimum purchase. In fact I only buy stickers when there’s a sale. Check out my Etsy Sticker 101 post HERE. As always, be sure to click all highlighted links throughout the post. Check out previous Etsy sticker hauls below:

I buy kits every now and then, but you really get a lot of bang for your buck when you buy icon stickers. I also recommend buying them in rainbow colors as they’ll work with any spread. I’d only seen Stickeriffic stickers on Instagram, but I couldn’t resist the 50% off sale, no minimum.

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As I recall this sale was on Stickeriffic.com not the Etsy shop. Stickers ordered included:

Each sheet was $3.50, but if you purchase from Etsy they’re $3.75. The .com shop is well organized by section and has a little bit of everything. I really loved her sampler sheet and every shop should definitely include one. I know it might sound greedy to expect one, but it gives customers a look at what else you have to offer. It doesn’t have to be big, but sampler sheets gives customers great insight to what else the shop offers.

My favorites out of all the stickers ordered would definitely be the road trip and bed stickers. I bought the bed stickers to track when I’m washing my bed sheets and I’ve never had any stickers like those before. As for the road trip stickers, I still want road washi tape, but I love when people add these to their planners to mark when they’re traveling.

Unless there’s a huge sale I don’t plan on buying any more Etsy stickers, at least in May & June. I can’t promise anything come July. Until next time…

Collective Planner Haul

I’ve been pretty good at not going planner crazy and buying every single thing I see. The items in this haul were purchased over a period of time from Target, Hobby Lobby, Tuesday Morning, Michaels, and Dollar Tree. It is by far my smallest haul, but I still wanted to share.

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Target’s Dollar Spot, now known as Bullseye’s Playground has taken a turn to really cater to the planner craze whether it was planned or not. At my local Target I couldn’t track down the cute thin page flags or the list pads (not that I need anymore), but I have a particular planner theme in mind so I picked up the gold Christmas stickers. Nothing major.

From Michales I picked up the Plaid Pumpkin sticker book along with the Adhesive Craft Paper. I went crazy when I purchased basically every single Darice Christmas sticker book, so I didn’t go too crazy with Thanksgiving. My local Michaels had quite the selection, but I didn’t need every single one. I then found the adhesive craft paper which I almost passed on in the clearance section. After I saw the plaid print, I knew that for Thanksgiving week that I’d be doing the ‘Plaid Pumpkin’ theme.

I found the emoji stickers at Dollar Tree in Maryland when I went out of town for a wedding. I purchased two packs and I really should’ve bought more. The school stickers would have worked great in my Plan With Me: Back to School edition, but I didn’t have them at the time. You can purchase Sticko stickers anywhere from Walmart to Five Below and even Michaels.

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I absolutely love Dollar Trees line of washi tape, paper tape, whatever you want to call it. The designs for the holiday season I did not get my hands on, but the two I did are cute. I made out like a bandit where I purchased nearly a dozen of the tapes in one trip, but since I haven’t been so lucky. I also want to get into stamping, but I may just be using those stamps from Tuesday Morning for some customized Christmas cards. Stay tuned for a DIY!

There’s so many Etsy shops that I want to purchase from and I may (or may not) partake in some black friday sales, but for now I have enough to hold me over. Check out my previous planner hauls below:

 

Etsy Haul #1

I have gone absolutely planner crazy and in this “Spicy Saturday” series on my blog I’ve really been showing my new found love for planners. Check out  my previous posts below:

In this post I wanted to share my recent Etsy purchases along with a video going more into detail. Check out the pics below and when you click them it will take you directly to each Etsy shops.

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All of the stickers were affordable and the most I spent on a set was $5. You can follow these shops, for the most part, on Instagram as well and being that it’s Memorial Day weekend you’re sure to get a discount. Most shops offer at least 10% off your order and shipping wasn’t bad at all either. For what I’ve purchased thus far I haven’t had to pay over $4 for shipping. For a more detailed look at the stickers check out the video below.