So… I think I have #plannerpeace!!! I think about changing my system up a lot, but I always come back to The Happy Planner. Why? Everything I think I may want to switch up or change about the way I plan can be achieved with The Happy Planner. It’s time for me to stop trying to fix what’s not broken! 😂
Here’s my setup: I use the Classic Size Glam Girl Happy Planner, with mini colorful discs, inside a Webster’s Pages Composition Planner.
I like the Classic size, because it’s not too small, and it’s not huge. I love the Glam Girl style because it has lines. I have the stencil that The Happy Planner put out last year to create lines & checklists, but it’s so easy to use Glam Girl because the lines are there and ready for you to write.
I like using the mini rings because I can edit the pages I have in my planner down to the most important things I need. I don’t do well with a lot of fluff in my planner. I have 3 basic sections in my planner. First, is a section of notes and info I need to have at hand. Second are my decorated monthly and weekly pages. Third, I keep a small section for my blog and social media planning.
I adore using the Webster’s Pages Composition Planner (over the Deluxe Cover from The Happy Planner) because the size is slim and it’s aesthetically gorgeous to look at. I want to pick my planner up and use it. It has TONS of pockets, and yes, I use a lot of them to tuck pretty things from The Planner Society in, but if I needed to use them practically, I could.My happy place. 🙂Are you a Happy Planner girl too??
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Hello!! I am here today to share some new DIY covers I recently made for my Happy Planners! I purchased the three pack from Amazon, because I knew just making one set of covers wouldn’t be enough for me! 🙂
Here’s my first cover. This is for my everyday planner, my Glam Girl. I gave her a Planner Society makeover. I am still obsessed with the gorgeous March kit, with all its pastels and swans and such, so it was a no-brainer for me. I also added the new mini coral discs on my planner. My planner sits inside a Webster’s Pages Composition Notebook perfectly. I love the whole setup! I just trimmed my Planner Society paper own to size and slipped it inside the cover. Here’s another cover I made. I bought a pack of two notebook that have Spring Whitaker’s artwork of a giraffe and a deer on the covers. I knew I probably wouldn’t use the notebooks, and the size perfectly fit the Happy Planner… so I cut the covers off and turned them into HP covers! I added the mini teal discs to this setup.How pretty does the April kit from The Planner Society look with this cover?Here is what the other notebook cover looks like…Here is the deer cover set, and I also made one more set using papers from the Pink Passport pad from Hobby Lobby, and added a Glam Girl sticker to the cover.
Here’s a hack for the DIY covers: Only one side is truly sticky (the back side), so you could easily change up the cover, on the front side at least. That’s how I added the Planner Society cover at the beginning of this post. I just slipped it over the eyelash paper pictured below. This way you get even more options! I don’t worry about the paper slipping out. Even if it did, it’s still protected by my Composition Planner cover.Do you like switching up your Happy Planner covers?
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