Fun with Planner Printables.

Fun with Planner Printables.

Hello Daisies,

Kylie with you all today. I hope your February has been amazing so far.Today I want to talk about Planner Printables. I love printing these out each month to include with my planning and they really make your kit supplies go even further. I usually download and print mine out on a thicker paper….Around 160g/m2, on my home printer.Then it’s time to get snipping and cut them out!

Let me show you how I have included them this month in my A5 planner…….

I love, LOVE flowers and have fussy cut these sweet little blooms to add to my pages.They woud also look gorgeous with some colour added to them, but I have left them plain.

Can I take a moment to share how much I love this printable of Simon and Betty?? I used the beautiful new polka dot bags that my 12 x 12 Memory Keeping kit came in to cover my Dori and have added the printable as well as the lovely note card from Christine that comes each month.

Annnnnd I also used them on this cute, shaker page marker I made.I used vellum over the top and machine stitched the edges.

I love how it looks in my planner!

This is the printable A5 page.I have adhered it to the back of one of the dashboards and added a favourite quote.

ball gown prom dress

More flowers I fussy cut have been added to a lot of my pages, including the large peony clusters.Great for filling in spaces!

I feel like this quote fits me very well! I cut it out and created a tag in my planner.

I have also been using the printables in my standard sized Dori. I use my Dori for daily note taking and lists.The printable,stacked hearts were perfect as a point marker!

prom gown NZ

How have you been including the printables each month into your planning?? We’d love to see and you can share via the Cocoa Daisy Planner Facebook group HERE.

I hope you have enjoyed my post today!Until next time,

Kylie

 


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  1. jones3535

    I hope it’s okay to “scrap lift” your ideas because I just finished a page like your page with the quote, “she was fascinated with words”. Because that really describes me and I just loved your whole page! Thank you for sharing!!

    Reply
    • Kylie Kingham

      Awww this makes me so happy to read. I’m so glad it has inspired you! xo

      Reply
  2. Debbie

    I just love all of your work and your blogs. That was too funny in the comment before mine -“Scrap-listed”. I must do that too!
    You are so fortunate to be talented in design and colors. And I am fortunate because I get to enjoy your posts! 🌺

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    • Kylie Kingham

      Thanks very much Debbie. That’s very kind of you to say.

      Reply
  3. Kami Higgins

    What a great and inspiring post!

    Reply
    • Kylie Kingham

      Thanks so much Kami. xx

      Reply
  4. Debbie

    Kylie, are the flower blooms in the third picture down part of our printable? I couldn’t find them.
    Thank you 😊

    Reply
    • Kylie Kingham

      The black and white ones are Debbie and the coloured ones were a punch I had.

      Reply
  5. Simone Schermann

    I just love everything you do! Thank you for sharing all of your amazing creativity with us!

    Reply
    • Kylie Kingham

      Thanks Simone! I’m glad you liked it, thanks for reading.

      Reply

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