I was excited to pick up one of these Planner Society A5 planners that were recently offered on their website. This is a planner from 2016/2017. I did not buy one of these when they were first offered. I didn’t need a new planner right now, of course. But, it looks quite lovely on my bookshelf. 🥰
Now, this planner is “imperfect”. Mine has warps and the binder rings were not placed properly, but I love the aesthetic of this planner, which matches the current March box. I can deal with the flaws. I still set it up the day I got it in the mail! I’m contemplating taking the rings out and just using it as a binder, but I haven’t just yet. 😉
Hello all and hello June! Woah, this year has felt like 3 separate years to me. January and February were going along just fine until March hit and then everything went out the window! March and April were all about staying safe. Then May came along and felt different from all the other previous months!
I felt like I was ready for a planner change up. I decided to dust off this gorgeous Planner Society A5 ring planner. It’s neutral and perfect for any theme I might want to try out.
I used some of the March/April Planner Society kit for my setup. This daisy acetate is crazy beautiful!
Pocket love! Filled with TPS goodies!
I made this dashboard quite a while ago, but didn’t do anything with it other than stick it in this then-empty planner.
I saw My Life Stuck on Paper add some pink vellum to her new setup. I only had clear vellum, so I made a quick pink filled page in Illustrator. I love how it turned out!
I used all Jesenia Printables in this setup. They are my absolute favorite printable inserts!
Here are my June monthly and a couple of already decorated weeks for June!
My notes section along with another pink vellum sheet.
Are you itching to change your planner lineups for mid-year yet?!
Hello! Today I just wanted to share my new planner setup! I’ve been researching some new planners, and I came across this Pink Room Co. planner that was released last year. It’s a B6 rings planner. I love B6 traveler’s notebooks, and I even tried to convert one of those to a rings planner in the past. It’s such a great size- portable, but not too small.
This planner is still available on the Pink Room Co. website, but I happened upon a destash post on Instagram, so that’s where I ended up purchasing mine. It’s pre-loved, but in perfect condition.
I got right to work setting it up when I received it in the mail! I knew the newest Planner Society kit would look perfect in it, so take a look at how I have it set up! All my planner inserts are from Jesenia Printables. I have a monthly, weekly, and notes section set up so far.
Today I just wanted to share which planner I’ve chosen to be my 2020 everyday planner. I went with the large Recollections spiral hourly planner! I love the extra space on the weekly pages and the overall design of this particular planner. It’s neutral, but with pops of color added in here & there. I decided to go with the larger size because it stays at home, so I don’t have to worry about lugging it around with me in my bag.I did add some touches to the inside of the planner, like below, where I added a sheet of vellum from The Planner Society.I also added some Mambi stickers where I thought they would look good.A Planner Society acetate page…More Planner Society vellum…I liked this paper also from The Planner Society. It has the perfect colors for this planner!For a few dashboards, I just added some washi where I thought it looked nice…I’m already obsessed with how cute this planner is! I can’t wait to use it everyday! I’ll share another post about this planner in a few weeks, because I have some great ideas about how to use the notes pages in the back of the planner. 🙂
I am just so in love with this Happy Notes/Happy Planner/Fauxbonichi setup! I recently started using this notebook as a content planner for my blog, social media, projects, and notes. I switched the discs from their original gray to the purple metal, and now, to the aqua color. I love how it looks. This is my front cover page- pocket on the left, and journaling card, acetate, and laser cut paper- all Planner Society.My Happynichi intro page 🙂Here are some of the spreads I’ve created so far. I hope to start making monthly spreads too!
I love the creativity you can use to come up with fun spreads all the different ways you can use this awesome notebook!
I bought this Recollections planner from Michael’s a little while ago, with the intention of using it as my Memory Planner. I decided on a different planner for that, but this planner is too cute, what should I do with it? I think I’m going to suspend my Mini Happy Planner, at least for August, and give this planner a chance to be my everyday planner. I do miss vertical planning, and the Mini HP only allows you so much space to decorate in.
Take a look at my new planner! This cover is different from older Recollections planners. It’s a cloth material, but stiff and sturdy. I love how they keep upgrading their planners! I decorated the front cover with some gold enamel dots and the gold bow is a sticker from The Planner Society.The charm is from The Planner Society.This is inside the front cover. The gold bow pocket is from The Planner Society. It’s adhesive, and fits perfectly here. The planner comes with the clear pocket on the right. I just have some note paper here right now, but stickers would go great in here!The part of Recollections planners that hasn’t changed (unfortunately) is the dashboards. They are usually blah, and don’t really go with the planner’s theme. I dressed up July’s dashboard with a couple Mambi stickers- a Happy Planner quote and the Goal Getter girl.Here’s how I decorated July’s monthly spread.Here is a blank weekly spread. Lots of decorating opportunities here! 🙂