Month: January 2017

December 2016 scarlet lime Planner Society Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! This is the December 2016 scarlet lime Planner Society kit. Lots of bold red flowers with blue, yellow and green accents. I love the disembodied girl die cuts and wait till you see the awesome stamp set in this kit – it’s so much fun!!!!
Above is a pencil zipper case – check out how it matches the paper in the kit – there are lots of coordinating pieces throughout this kit – paper, travelers notebook, washi, sticky notes . . .
Above is a sticky notepad, a red floral pen with a crown and pearl on the top, a travelers notebook, floral washi, how about that victorian chair paperclip? There are also two stencils, and an acrylic stamp set – that clipboard stamp set is awesome!!!!
Here are six journal cards with inspirational quotes on one side.
There are 12 tabs in coordinating colors and designs and 4 sheets of labels – 2 of each list.
You get 6 sheets of paper – yellow floral, blue & white floral, blue plaid, red, blue and white floral, a floral from the paper bag above, and a blue and white floral. It’s really good quality cardstock – perfect for dividers or dashboards.
Here are the diecuts – florals, pens, glasses, pushpins, typewriters, clips, and the disembodied girls holding bouquets of red flowers.
Inside the above bag are 5 sheets of stickers – how pretty are these?
Here’s a monthly spread from my blogging planner. This is where I plan my blogs for the month – how pretty is this? I love, love, love the flowers.
On this spread, I used the clipboard stamp – doesn’t it look awesome?!? These kits are by far my favorite – vintage romantic florals.

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November 2016 scarlet lime Planner Society Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! I took a break from blogging in November and December, so the next few blogs are just me catching up.

Here’s the November 2016 scarlet lime Planner Society kit. These kits have my favorite themes – vintage colors, florals, and designs. This kit does NOT disappoint!!

Come on in and see . . .
Above is what was inside that bee-you-ti-ful floral paper bag from the first pic. I see pink florals, red/black plaid, gold deer . . .
The kit includes six sheets of custom-designed cardstock. The designs on these papers are repeated in many of the items in the kit – I Love This!!!
Look how pretty this pouch is! It’s made out of vinyl, says “Planner Society girl” on the snap, and has little pockets on either end. It’s really roomy, too.
O. M. G. This is a mini planner planner charm! My new favorite . . .
There are six tags included in the box – do you see a deer theme? You can use the back side of them for lists or journaling.
That pen has a HUGE gem on the end – aaaaaaaggggggghhhhh! And . . . how about those sticky notes? Huh? Huh? A deer. Polka dots. Florals. Red and black plaid.
There are twelve tabs and four sheets of labels – lots of choices for your tabs . . .
Wow, cork stickers – some with deer. Deer paper clips and planner stamps – planner girl necessities.
Raspberry is one of my favorite colors – so, of course, I’m loving these die cuts!! How cute are those legs and boots, huh????
Man, look at these beautiful stickers – more deer, coffee, sweaters, boots, wreaths – I never see stickers like these anywhere else . . .
I’m a sucker for washi – but, really, look at this floral washi with a black background.
Here’s a pic of the whole kit. I definitely get my money’s worth with this kit – it has beautiful paper, pink and raspberry, red and black plaid, and lots of planner supplies.

This is one happy planner girl . . .

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December 2016 Paper Panduh “Moonstruck” Box

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Here’s the December 2016 Paper Panduh “Moonstruck” box. The inside of the box is always decorated – where does she find this stuff? I mean, really, the moon is so pretty with the flowers. And how about those gems under the sheer ribbon?

Sigh . . . so pretty . . .

This kit had a multi-layered opening. After untying the ribbon and folding back part of the blue tissue paper, there were several items. The first was this pad of sticky notes (with the flower adorned slice of moon) inside a cellophane envelope with a “dreamy” die cut attached to it.
Every kit is personalized in some way – this one has my name written with silver marker on a light blue feather. Makes you feel special, for sure!
After unfolding the rest of the blue tissue paper . . . there’s gray tissue paper and this card from Emma. How cute is the note on the back????
After lifting the gray tissue paper, there’s a whole bunch more stuff! Really, there’s more!!!!!
I Love These Scissors!!! You can never have too many scissors!
Moon sticky notes – they are seriously awesome, washi decorated with watercolor feathers, a white pencil that says “To the moon and back,” and a glittery paperclip of the moon and stars by poshpiecesbymelissa.
Here are two sheets of planner stickers from creatingandco and a sheet of feather stickers from cardlover.
Three sheets of “Moonstruck” washi stickers from Pink paislee and a frame that says “loving this.”

This is such a beautiful kit – ready for new adventures. “Stay Wild” planner girls.

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November 2016 Paper Panduh “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

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Here’s the November 2016 Paper Panduh “Baby It’s Cold Outside” box.

The Panduh Box presentation is by far the best of any kit I’ve seen. It arrives inside a gold foil bag – I know what it is immediately. The box itself is customized for her business, with the lavender sides and “do what you love” written on one end and “#panduhbox” on the other.

The top inside flap is always decorated in the box’s theme – this months’ has a large sticker and snowflakes popped up with foam dots.

The inside this month is wrapped with silver snowflake tissue paper and tied with a blue tulle bow.
How cute is this welcome card? On the back side is a note from Emma and a discount code for her shop. There’s a coupon in every kit that’s good for a few weeks.

Cuteness overload! I mean, really, check out this snowman pen, aaaaaagggggghhhhh!!
She customizes each box for the customer. This month is a snowflake sticker with a “j” written on it. I love personal touches like this. It sure keeps me coming back for more.
This is what you see inside the tissue paper – clear shredded strips kind of look like icicles, don’t they?
American Crafts clips – so cute!
How sweet is this? A packet of hot cocoa and a bag of Snowman fluffs marshmallows. Yummmmm!

Paper Panduh stickers.

These washi strips are awesome!! There are 54 strips in this packet . . .
There are also two rolls of washi – love the foiled washi!
Here’s a shot of the entire box.
I use this kit in my blog planner – I love the blue snowflake theme.
Here’s the first weeks’ spread. This is where I list what I need to do each day for my blog.
I used my We R Memory Keepers pom pom maker to make a pom pom out of the tulle that came in this box and some yellow ribbon out a past Paper Panduh box. Hmm, what else can I make pom poms out of???

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Reset Girl’s Listers Gotta List Deluxe Reset Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! I took a break from blogging in November and December, so this is just me catching up.

This is The Reset Girl’s Listers Gotta List Deluxe Reset Kit – perfect for the first of the year when we’re setting goals and making plans for the year. TRG kits are colorful and full of nostalgic deco. Above is a note from the sweet girl herself, she has quite a story of resetting her life – worth your time to check it out!
A quick look inside the Reset Kit . . . Hi Murphy!!!!
There are several sheets of stickers in this kit. Two sheets of bubbles, one sheet of hexagons, circles, and pockets – how cute are those pockets? I mean, really????

You also get a sheet of numbered bubbles with clipboards in the colors and designs coordinating with the other decorative elements. This is a lister kit with daily prompts – you use the numbered bubbles with the prompts.
You get two more sticker sheets – one has quarter boxes with inspirational sayings – the other is sentence strips – there are a ton of stickers to put on your pages.
Here are the prompts for the kit – this particular kit has them printed on cardstock sheets. Cut them apart and put them on your pages. You can download the prompts for free from the Listers Gotta List website – type them up, cut them apart and put them on your pages. However you want to do them.
There are plenty of journal cards included as well. You can write some of your lists on them – they look pretty cool – use them as bookmarks – put some of your ephemera on them . . . the possibilities are endless . . .
This is a pic of the die cuts – there are LOTS OF THEM!!!
You also get a glue stick, a set of Citrus Twist polymer stamps – fun for layering, and a roll of washi tape that’s white with a blue plaid/graph design. I. Love. Washi. Just sayin’.
And here’s Murphy – tongue hanging out giving us a hand signal – it’s the Hawaiian shaka sign that means “hang loose.” Now THAT’S awesome!!

Here’s the 1st spread – I added washi from my stash at the top and bottom of the pages that goes with the kit’s colors. See? Plenty of die cuts, stickers, stamps, and yet lots of room to make lists.

I started using a new Ballerina Carpe Diem this year and the inserts are in a vertical format – after pondering it for a while, I think it’s gonna work . . . I’ll let you know . . .
I can only fit six lists on a two-page spread, and there are 31 lists in January, so I used one of the journal cards, attached it to the back side of the last page, and used it for the final list. I LOVE the way it came out. What do you think?

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Reset Girl’s Very Classy Christmas Crafty Girl Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! I took a break from blogging in November and December, so this and the next blog are just me catching up. This is The Reset Girl’s Very Classy Christmas Crafty Girl Kit – it is full of Christmas nostalgia and pretty, pretty girls.

Above is what you see when you open the box – the colorful krinkled paper adds dimension to the items inside – how ‘bout that awesome black polka dotted tissue paper, huh?

After unfolding the tissue paper . . . I see a pretty girl in a party dress . . .

Here’s a note from The Reset Girl – enjoy the present through the past . . .
There were two sheets of half and quarter boxes with grids on them – these make it easy to write consistent heights and shapes of letters.

AND . . there’s a sheet of the pretty planner girls in their party finery.
Lots of stickers. Three sheets of bubbles – patterns, images, nostalgic items. One sheet of various shapes, tabs, arrows, and Christmas decorations. There’s an entire sheet that looks like torn washi – Love. It.

There’s a sheet of numbered bubbles with ornaments on them – don’t you love the hot pink background?!?!?
Finally, there are two sheets of inspirational snippets – one is sentence strips and the other is two columns of quarter boxes.

This kit did not come with the prompts printed out, so I typed them and printed them on Close To My Heart Pixie cardstock. I’ll cut them apart and put them on the pages.
I also got this really, really nice pouch that has colorful circles on it. There are 6 journal cards that look like library cards, a set of holiday acrylic stamps, and a roll of holly decorative tape.
The colors of this kit are so pretty that I’m going to show you all of the spreads – they came out awesome!!! Here’s the first set – I punched the card and put it in the planner as well.
Here’s the second spread – how about the party girl – the polka dotted washi came from my stash.
The numbered bubbles are not specifically corresponding to dates – sometimes I do several lists on one day and sometimes I skip days.
Here’s the last spread – I just love adding pink to the traditional Christmas colors . . .

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Reset Girl’s Grateful Heart Planner Girl Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! I took a break from blogging in November and December, so the next several blogs are just me catching up. Bear with me . . .

Here’s The Reset Girl’s Grateful Heart Planner Girl Kit. The label on the box alone, makes getting this kit worth it, lol.

Check it out:

The polkadots and pluses (don’t they look like stars????)

The banner “You Got This!”

The “Please deliver to this awesome girl” sticker

Seriously . . .
Then, if that’s not enough, on the back is this “Awesomeness Delivered!” sticker, with The Reset Girl holding a pink planner!!!!!
These were in a clear plastic envelope – a postcard thanking me for placing an order, a journaling card that says “Planners gotta Plan,” a mini sticker sheet of numbered hexagons, and a Fortune Teller – put it on your hand and it curls up – it’s so silly . . .
The Reset Girl has changed their kits for more specific uses – this one is for planner decor. In the left pic are checkboxes, half boxes, clipboard full boxes, and some deco.

The middle pic shows full boxes and deco, some icon circles, and headers.

The right pic has headers, checklist flags, icon circles, flags, deco, numbered circles, number acorns, more deco, and planner icons – checkmarks, arrows, flags.
Here’s a shot of all the stickers that were included in the Planner kit.
You can log into the Listers Gotta List site and download the prompts – you used to be able to download them and they were already formatted into columns that would fit on a sticker sheet – you can no long do this . . . I usually type mine own up anyway, so it’s okay with me.

I type them myself because I want to use my own fonts. Sometimes I change the wording. Also, I can use my own cardstock – I like them to match my color scheme and each other (my OCD).

I used a font called “Pumpkin” – it has a viney look with leaves and little pumpkins – perfect for November. I also used Close To My Heart Bamboo cardstock – a nice fall color, don’tcha think?

Here’s one of the spreads. Fall colors are my favorite combinations because they’re warm – browns, oranges, yellows, greens . . . mmm, mmm, mmm . . .

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As always, I’m Livin’ the Moments . . .

January 2017 Cocoa Daisy Dori Standard Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! Here’s my version of the January 2017 Cocoa Daisy Dori Standard kit.
I say “my version” because I changed my subscription from the personal sized planner kit to the Daisy Dori kit. The PayPal amount was different so it wasn’t charged – long story short, by the time it got straightened out, I got a slightly different version from the original kit because they were out of some of items.

Above is what the inside looked like. Black polka dotted tissue paper, their business card and a roll of sky blue glitter tape.
Inside the tissue is the white muslin bag that reminds us to “Enjoy Every Day.”

I changed my subscription to the Daisy Dori kit. I’m changing my every day planner to an Erin Condren, so I don’t need the planner inserts, and I use the travelers notebooks for my business planning – which I was ordering every month anyway.

Above is the travelers notebook. It always has “Start Here” on the cover. It’s Kraft cardstock and easy to decorate however I want.
These are the 4 6×8 papers that came in the kit – I love their use of watercolor. I also got an acetate dashboard – not sure if this was in the original kit, but I LOVE it!

There was another roll of the sky blue glitter tape inside the bag – blue happens to be my favorite color, so I will definitely be using it!
Here’s a snowflake sticky note pad, a 3×5 notepad – isn’t she adorable, all bundled up with her coffee? – and a rose pengemish pen.
Planner stickers, tab stickers, and deco.
Die cut tabs, and some absolutely awesome die cuts!!! I mean “Drink Tea, Read Books, be happy.” It’s as if I created them myself!!
Here’s my month spread. I also used the “Baby it’s cold outside” sticker kit from scribbleprintsco this month – it went perfectly with the Cocoa Daisy kit.

How about those tea clips at the top? Huh? I got them on etsy from the RueVogueShoppe.
This is the first weeks’ spread. I trimmed the paper sheets down and put them across the bottom – don’t they look awesome????
I love this spread so much that I wanted to show how I decorated every week in the month. Hope you don’t mind . . .

Seriously, this has to be my favorite spread I’ve every done! Tea and reading are two of my favorite things in the entire world . . . Hope you enjoyed seeing it!!!!
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December 2016 Cocoa Daisy Personal Day Planner Kit

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Here’s the December 2016 Cocoa Daisy Personal Day Planner kit.

As you can see above, the colors are rich shades of red, yellow, green and blue. These are the 4 6×8 papers that came in the kit – there are roses, berries and pine branches in the designs, but it’s not your traditional Christmas kit.
I got a 5×7 planner sticker sheet, date sticker sheet, and a small sheet of tab label stickers.

Periodically, stamp sets are included in the kits. This month’s is “fueled by” by Valorie Wibbens. You also can see a pad of polka-dotted sticky notes, a pink heart pen that writes in pink ink and a 3×5 notepad with the rose/berry design.

I love the attention to detail included in the Cocoa Daisy kits. On the left is a cellophane bag, with a card and a mini clothespin – how sweet is that? On the right are 6 tab die cuts, other die cuts, and a circular rose planner charm.


“a little roll of happy” has gold dots on a white background.
This kit included a cranberry tassel paper clip by Hautepinkfluff – the perfect size, imo.

The personal planner kit comes with a set of inserts – apparently there was a problem with the punched holes – they look okay to me . . .

Here’s the double-sided month tab page – “Good things are going to happen.”
You get a month-on-2-pages calendar. The pic on the right shows the back sides – a grid for making lists and a monthly page to track goals or progress of something.
Here are the double-sided week-in-review pages.
You get 5 sets of double-sided weekly overview pages (2 per set) – these are the pages I use.

There are 32 double-sided daily to do pages included. My favorite of the entire kit is what they do with the hydrate section – this month has a champagne glass. Love it!!!
Here’s a shot of the entire kit! It is such a beautiful combination of rich, wintery colors!

Here’s my month-on-2-pages.

And, here is the first week spread. The blue is so pretty!!!

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January 2017 ScribblePrintsCo Kit

Hi Guys! Come on in and see what I’m doing today! This is the January 2017 scribbleprintsco kit – it’s a monthly subscription called the “Mystery Ultimate Kit.”

Above is a pic of the sticker on the back of the mailer. Ooooooo, gold glitter . . .
The kit comes in a clear plastic bag to hold all the items together. It also protects the stickers while in transit. Wow, look at the bright colors. They. Are. Beautiful. Just what I need to brighten up the cold winter days of January.
Here’s the glitter!! There’s a sheet of gold glitter headers and a sheet of gold glitter numbers. There’s also a small sampler sheet – green, pink, orange, blue – the little characters on the bottom are from once more with love. The glitter headers and numbers are freebies in this kit.
Here’s something I found a little odd in this kit – the two sheets on the left are white and gray – not really feelin’ these. The other two sheets I like, though.

The top right sheet has the icons, weekend banner, appointment flags, and heart checklist. The bottom right sheet has the little things headers – the top half you can write on or use as dividers.
Ok, so sometimes I have to watch the reveal videos because I don’t quite understand the theme – yeah, so . . . this was one of those times . . . I have to say I was wondering about the glitter number sheet above . . . It’s a birthday theme – Aha!!! The girls holding balloons are one of the freebies this month.

The bottom left sheet has an extra full box with balloons on it, two wide strips for the month page, and the days of the week. The middle sheet has deco, icons, numbers and times.

The top right sheet has habit trackers, appointment flags, quarter boxes and half boxes. The bottom right sheet has 8 full boxes. I’m also seeing more of how the tassels are split into two full boxes – looks really cool in your planner, btw.
I thought I was done and then realized the sticky note pad was still in the mailer. How cute is this? I really like how there’s a border around the outside edge – why not have something pretty to make lists on, right?

I use this kit in my social media tracking planner. I record my social media numbers for the week on Sundays and track my daily blog views.

This is how I record the blogs viewed and the media used to view them.
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