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.
This week I wanted to use some new stickers, and also some florals from my stash in my Erin Condren planner. So…this is what I came up with! Still bright & summery, still enough to write in my weekly stuff. The girl stickers are from the Happy Planner Custom Sticker Books that you can put together (post about that coming soon!). I really like this spread. ☺️
The pink boxes are from Fancy Plans, the top washi is The Planner Society, the camera washi is older from Hobby Lobby, and the glitter washi is an unknown source.
This week I wanted to use some new stickers and washi from Simply Gilded in my ECLP. I am not really into earthy tones, but I love these stickers and colors from Simply Gilded’s July sub box. It reminds me of August, like the sun is fading on summer. (Although I hope it stays warm for some time to come!) The blue boxes are by Fancy Plans.
This week I’m using a new sticker book (to me) from The Happy Planner, Beauty in Florals. This sticker book is gorgeous! 🙌🏼 I really feel like it will be perfect for fall, but I couldn’t wait to use it! I used some of the lighter stickers from the book, along with some inspirational quotes. I cannot have too many of those. The washi at the bottom is by Simply Gilded. The pink boxes are from Fancy Plans.
I’ve really been wanting to make a spread with some neutral tones, so this is what I came up with. I used Simply Gilded and Love, Charmaine stickers/washi here in my Erin Condren planner this week. Pinks, florals, crystals- I love how these different elements look together here.
I love how this week’s spread in my Erin Condren* planner turned out! I used a sticker kit from Love, Charmaine. When she had her last release, I went a little crazy and bought several sticker kits. I love her style, and the colors and quotes she uses are perfect for my planner. Expect to see more in the weeks to come!