Paper Source & Tuesday Morning Planner Haul

Here we are with another post, more content, more amazing deals for you all. I recently went to Tuesday Morning and Paper Source. Tuesday Morning is  a store I go to from time to time. Sometimes I luck up and find great planner goodies or other craft supplies for projects. Other times, it can be a fail – as in the inventory hasn’t been updated. I did end up at Paper Source for the first time after seeing people talk about it for years on end. Well, that’s what it seems like. Still, I wanted to share my finds with you all.

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Planner Haul | Summer Edition

Finally, a new post! I know, right? Well, this time around I have another hail to share. I’ve been accumulating quite a bit this Summer, especially since I’ve changed my planner style. Still, I wanted to share the odds and ends I’ve collected as they’ll be popping up quite a bit in my future posts as we transition into the latter part of 2018. Ready? Let’s get started.

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Planner Goodies Haul

Welcome to another haul here on the blog. I’ve shared a Michaels home decor haul from goodies I scored on MAJOR clearance. I’ve shared a collective haul from my vacation. I also shared an Etsy sticker haul and this haul is about all the planner goodies that I’ve accumulated over the past month.

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Washi Tape Collection + Storage

As a planner addict, I have been trying to fid the most efficient ways to store my planner stash. I purchased the Ikea Raskog which is amazing for being able to roll my planner goodies around my office and even into my bedroom. My washi collection is currently stored in a Snapware “Snap n Stack” container which has 3 stackable parts. I’ve had it for years and I even use the larger one to store nail polish. The washi tapes are able to file accordingly next to each other without laying them down.You can purchase the Snapware container HERE.

Places I have purchased washi/paper/fabric tapes from include:

  • Michaels
  • AC Moore
  • Hobby Lobby 
  • Jo-Ann Fabrics
  • Tuesday Morning 
  • Target
  • Etsy 


My favorite Washi would definitely have to be a floral one from Michaels chalkboard collection. Other “honorable mentions” are an arrow one, pink and gold stripes, and camera. I have yet to create a layout using the camera one, but I did feature it in my vacation plan with me (click HERE for that). My least favorite washi is the pineapple washi that was a craze on social media. Pineapples in general are a craze and the gold in the washi was one of the reasons I bough it. Unfortunately while I love the look of it, it doesn’t stick like my other washi tapes.


The Dollar Tree, if you’re lucky enough to have one in your area, is a great place to score paper and fabric tapes. The key difference between washi and paper tapes are that washi tapes are thin and can be removed easily from just about any surface. With the paper tape from Dollar Tree they will rip up the page you are working on. Despite that, they come in awesome variations. I was lucky enough to find a huge amount of paper and fabric tapes in one store in one day which I featured in a planner haul HERE. My favorite use of the paper tape was my 4th of July layout and July calendar.


You can find great deals on washi tape from Jo-Ann Fabrics with the minis that are sold. They are not the usual size of a roll, but they are a great sample that will go a long way in a planner spread. You can also find washi samples on Etsy with a simple search.



I am pretty content with my washi collection although I’ll be more content once I fill up all three containers. There’s no need to run out and become obsessive with washi because a little really does go a long way. Start with the basics such as plain colored washi and add prints that fit your personality. Have fun with it and HAPPY PLANNING! Enjoy my video below!