Memory Keeping Stickers in Your Planner Setup

Memory Keeping Stickers in Your Planner Setup

Hello, friends!

We love the Memory Keeping Sticker Kit for scrapbooking and memory-planning, but what about in our planners? Let's see a few of my favorite ways to use this sticker kit in my planner setups.


Divider Decoration


The Take Flight Memory Keeping Sticker Kit comes with scaled-down versions of the pocket card that come in the Take Flight Modern Memory Keeping Kit and the first stickers I reach for when decorating my dividers, especially in my smaller planners like the the personal rings. Paired with the papers from the Take Flight Planner Kit, they are the perfect focal point for my dividers. For this one, I layered two stickers together to make the top sticker pop off the page against the pattern background. 


I love the quote stickers that are printed on clear sticker paper, but I don't often need them on my planner pages. Where they do shine is on a divider. For this divider, it looks like the quote sticker is part of the paper. I then anchored it with a few washi sticker strips. The watercolor paper compliments, instead of competing with the quote sticker. 
How fun are these hot air balloons floating on this divider? Since I don't have any experience or memories connected to hot air balloons, they make the perfect addition to my planner setup. I also included a few word strips from the   Take Flight Memory Keeping Sticker Kit just for a little extra whimsy. 

Paring Large and Small Stickers in a Weekly Spread



When it comes to planning in my Hobonichi Weeks, I am always reaching for the  Memory Keeping Sticker Kit as a large decorative element amidst the smaller stickers from Daisy Weeks Sticker Kit. There is something so satisfy about the contrast of large and small stickers on the page. Here, I ripped one of the pattern box stickers and layered it with a decorative sticker. This side of the page is usually all about the lists, so having one large embellishments gives the page some interest amidst all the pen and checklists. 


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