Today I wanted to share my new Happy Planner custom sticker books I recently put together. I have shared post in the past about making your own sticker books, binders, etc., but I have been wanting to get my hands on these custom books you can put together. I have 5 of them for now, but I may be adding to this collection the next time I catch them on sale.
Each book holds about 60 or so pages, and they are held in by a screw on the top inside the book.
So far I have 5 books made: words, farmhouse, seasonal, botanical, and fave florals. Yes, I can tell the difference between those last two. 😅
It was challenging to take my sticker books apart, first of all. 😬 I have taken some apart in the past few years, but then I kind of regret it later. This project felt different though, because I was separating them into books that will help me keep like things alike.
Just wanted to share the newest sub box from Simply Gilded. This is the July box, Free Range. I love the sunset, orange-ish vibes of this box. Now, I’m not a huge fan of brown in my planning, but the designs are so pretty, I don’t mind. ☺️
Love this washi stack…😍
I love this padfolio! I just need to come up with a good use for it…
Welcome to another one of my Friday posts where I share my favorite scrapbooking layouts from over the years!
This layout is from 2013. I have such an attachment to these photos of my feet among the hydrangeas in our garden. I love those beautiful, simple early summer days. Also, I broke out in an eczema rash right after this. Fond memories, right? 🙃
Last week I shared some new scrapbook layouts in my traveler’s notebook. I have some more seasonal ones to share today! Botanical photography is one of my favorite things ever, so in the spring I’m always out & about photographing all. the. flowers.
I ran across this layout in searching for a layout to feature, and I wanted to share it because it marks one of my early obsessions with decorative planning. These are Webster’s Pages Color Crush planners in the photo. I was slightly obsessed with them! The colors, the possibilities of organizing everything! I still love planning like that, even if I use a different planner these days. 😊
I had a post a couple years back about scrapbooking in a traveler’s notebook. While I still love scrapping in a 12×12 or 8×8 format, I have been getting back into the tn world. I use a standard size tn for my memory keeping. I love these from Felicity Jane.
The thing I currently love most about scrapping in this format is the size. I love printing out 4×8 photos (or even an 8×8 photo). 🥰 It makes a statement and also takes up a lot of real estate on the pages. It makes decorating the spread easier, and a little simpler too.
The notebook I’m sharing below is from my personal journal. I love printing out fun, random photos of my life and adding some words, quotes, or journaling to the spread.