Hi there Daisies!
Kylie with you all today, sharing how I have used my decorative planner stickers for April. I love the stickers each month and I try really hard to use all of them. (Secretly though, some months I love them so much I just want to hoard them!!)
April's planning month is so so pretty! It's very dry here in Australia at my neck of the woods and we are well into Autumn. So to have the delicate, pastel colours and floraI theme is so nice.Also, the reference to April showers and the cute umbrellas etc, has me hoping for some rain here soon too!
I love to use the decorative stickers for some added colour and 'space filling in my planner.....
This month I decided to create a calendar bookmark using the decorative stickers as well as one of the free printables from the Daisy store. Often when I am planning , I find it handy to have the current month and next month to glance at. Having my bookmark makes it easy to do so quickly. This is my completed project-
The idea is I have the current month as well as next, so when planning I have it to reference to. I attach it to my current pages with a paper clip but can move it to relevant pages as I need to.This will work for those of you who use a Dori also.The top tab also acts as a page tab for finding my place easily. I have used the FREE Sunday start planner stickers printable, available in store HERE. I cut out the mini calendar and have adapted it to suit the month.
Here is my process video showing you how you can make your own-
I was happy with the finished result, and since I sometimes have some left over lettering stickers, it was a great opportunity to use them up. You could also create your tag wider and if you are an A5 or personal ring user, punch the ring holes for adding to your planner rather than using a paper clip as an alternative.
What other ways do you like to use your decorative stickers?? We'd love to see your planning projects via the Cocoa Daisy, Planner Facebook group HERE. Come join in for lots of inspiration and latest news from the Daisy Patch.
Thanks for joining me today! I hope you enjoyed my creative project.
Until next time,