Hello daisies, it’s Sam here to share some of my daily & weekly pages from my planner after inspired by Candi’s post about how she decorate her planner pages. I am totally in love with how she decorates her pages with scrapbooking supplies and wood veneer. She never fails to amaze me with all her pretty pages 😉 Me, on the other hand, is a hoarder for my scrapbooking supplies, I only decorate my planner pages a tiny bit but I do enjoy looking / peeking at other girls’ pages.
There are times that I do decorate my pages a lot, but most of the time i only write down my daily to-do, schedule and add a few stickers + washi tapes here and there. I am a very visual person and need all my supplies to be in rainbow colours, so I decided to add some colours to the plain white reinforcement ring stickers (from November kit) with Copic Markers, inspired by a technique shared by Jennifer Mcguire Ink in this video. I coloured the reinforcement ring stickers in blue, teal and yellow to match the colours of November kit with colic markers. It is so easy and wouldn’t take up more than 5 minutes to colour a sheet of these stickers =)
I have recently started bullet journalling – hoping to be more organised and more efficient in managing my daily tasks – since I have so many ideas for different things but only have 24 hours a day. After a year of starting my own online shop, I realised the toughest part of working from home would be time management. There are time that I sleep less than 2 hours a day and there are times that I didn’t get to work in front of my desk for more than 2 hours a day. After looking for more info about bullet journal, I have another fauxdori to take down my everyday to-do list. And I have also compile a list of my daily Must-do here. I keep this list on a piece of transparency that I use it as page marker. This works so well to remind me to work through my daily task one-my-one instead of running around like a headless chicken.
I also like to punch holes of the memo pad and slot it into my planner. I often use the memo papers to create shopping list or wish list, or special to-do list. The birdie memo pad in the November kit is simply gorgeous!
Or sometimes I washi tape the memo paper to one of the page too when I couldn’t find my hole punch (or simply too lazy to grab it). Whatever works lol.
Then here are some pages of my daily pages – they look pretty simple, without much decoration. I normally stamp the dates on my weekly & daily pages whenever I received the kits. I use the to-do list to jot down task that I need to do daily and the schedule would be a reminder of my doctor’s appointments (been seeing doctor a lot lately ;)), the time when the mail man comes picking up the mails, important emails / calls that I need to remember.
Since I don’t decorate my pages a lot, the Daisy Day Planner pages are too pretty that no decoration is needed! I just keep a few sheets of stickers, tape glue and a few multi colour pens in my pencil case when I need to do daily planning on-the-go.
And here’s my weekly pages. I simply love the week-on-one-page format and loving the colours of this month too! I am in love with yellow recently.
Do share with us how you use your Daisy Day Planner. Can’t wait to see them in the gallery 😉 Have a great day!
Such a lovely blog post, love what you’ve done with the reinforcement rings, they look fab! Thanks x
CommentThanks Anita =))
Wow! I learned so much from this post about how to make a planner functional and pretty. Love the idea of hole punching the memo pad paper and adding it to the planner and coloring the reinforcement rings too.Read more…
CommentThanks Shannon! Happy to share my ways of using the planner pages!