Hello, friends! It's another edition of "Simple Dori Saturday" featuring the gorgeous Wisteria Lane Collection. We have three Simple Dori spreads from our Creative Team that we know you are going to love! Jil loves...
Hello, friends! July is here, and that means, new planner setups with the Wisteria Lane Collection! We have two planner setups from our Creative Team to share with you today. We hope you are inspired by their planner passion and ways to make planning fun and functional. Pauline's discbound setup is simply divine.
One of my favorite things to do when setting up is to decorate my cover's pockets. I like to have some sticky notes and note pads from the Wisteria Lane Planner Kit, in order to have quick access to them if needed. I also like to have the clips here, like these from the Planner Kit, Wisteria Lane Classified Planner kit, Wisteria Lane Planner Add-on Kit. They are so decorative and can use them as page markers in my planner or in a book I'm reading. This month, I also added the charm and a die-cut from the Planner Add-on Kit.
I began my month with the note page from the Wisteria Lane A5 Inserts. I decorated it with washi tape from the Wisteria Lane Planner Kit on the side. I included some die cut from the Planner Kit, the Wisteria Lane Free Printables, clear stickers from the Wisteria Lane Classic Sticker Kit, and stamps from the Wisteria Lane Memory Keeping Stamp Sets. This allows me to have 3 sections on my note page: the monthly to-do list, a zone for CD prompts, and a section for my planned shopping.
I loved decorating the dashboards from the Wisteria Lane Dashboard Kit. I decorate the front, but also the side. On the left, I used the other side of a dashboard in order to make the list of my online shopping. For the background, I used some of the Wisteria Lane Free Printables and clipboard stickers from the Wisteria Lane Planner Sticker Kit and Classic Sticker Kit. For my title, I used the alphas from the Wisteria Lane Planner Add-on Kit. I finished my page with some stamping from the Wisteria Lane Memory Keeping Stamp Sets. On the right, I used a dashboard as a base. I really loved this one, so very colorful! To decorate it, I stamped and included 2 stickers. I am in the habit of using black ink, and this month was no exception. I like the contrast with the really colorful kit, and the large stamps.
I really love the acetate from the Wisteria Lane Classified Planner Kit this month. So I decided to use it as a page marker for the current day. To do that, I just punched it for my disks. I didn't trim the page, so it's easily visible when my planner is closed. I also glued some pages of the big "checklist notepad" from the Wisteria Lane Planner Add-on Kit, to have quick access to it.
My tracker page is one of my favorite each month. This month, I used the monthly sticker box stamp from an old kit for my yes/no tracking. I added the title with the alphas stickers from the Planner Add-on Kit. For my steps, I like to track the number, so I use different colors. For the legend, I used the center of the stickers from the Wisteria Lane Planner Kit that are designed for hole reinforcers. To mark each day of the month, I used the glass stamp from the Wisteria Lane Memory Keeping Stamp Sets. And to finish my page, I used some stickers from various kits.
I really love these alphas, available in the Wisteria Lane Planner Add-on Kit this month! They are so sunny to make the title of my gratitude page. I just completed it with a die-cut from the Planner Kit. The background of the page is plain white A5 unpunched inserts that I added some watercolor with watercolors pencils to complete the watercolor design of the page
I like to track the meals we eat. I made some really simple pages using a page from the Free Printables and a page from the Wisteria Lane A5 Inserts. I included some stamping with black ink, in order to have some contrast with all those colors. To note the week's number, I used the new sticker sheet in the¬†Planner Kit that I love so much!
Julie is loving the Wisteria Lane Collection, demonstrated by her stunning setup!
This month, I chose a Filofax Domino in lemon yellow to coordinate with the gorgeous goodness of the Wisteria Lane Collection. I especially like the elastic band, which you don't find on ring-bound planners often. I'm also using the clear plastic sticker pouch from the Denim and Blush Collection collection of February of 2021.
I love the month on two pages from the Wisteria Lane A5 Inserts. I use this page to pre-document my month and Cocoa Daisy just makes it all look so much better.
I tried something new on one of my dashboards this month. I cut out a series of circles on my Silhouette Cameo and then just enjoyed the process of choosing different papers, die cuts, stamps, and stickers to fill each of the small circles. I love how it gives a great overview of the Wisteria Lane Collection.
After watching¬†Christine Everett's video on stamping, I knew that I had to make a background paper out of the patterned stamp from the Wisteria Lane Travelers Notebook Memory Keeping Kit and I'm so pleased with how it turned out.
My weekly pages are from the Wisteria Lane A5 Daisy Dori that I trimmed down the center. I love that the spreads in the Daisy Dori look different for each weekly spread. And one of my favorite stickers from Cocoa Daisy is always the days of the week stickers from the Wisteria Lane Classified Planner kit.
I always like to have some sticky notes handy in my planner and this month, I used a bit of leftover lamination that I trimmed and wrapped a length of washi around it and clipped it right into my planner for easy access.
My planner just makes me so happy to look at it this month with all of the beautiful purples, yellows, and greens. The Wisteria Lane Collection will go down as one of my all-time faves, for sure.
Have you set up your planner for July using the Wisteria Lane Collection? If so, we would love to see it! Share with us by tagging @cocoa_daisy on social media or posting to the Cocoa Daisy Fan Page. Make sure to visit our Pinterest page for more inspiration.
Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator