Rachel Newman: Sticker Kits for all the Planner PossibilitiesAt this point, I'm not sure how to plan without stickers, specifically these sticker kits from Cocoa Daisy. Getting these stickers each month means I get the fun of a new collection but the comfort of similar sticker styles that I've come to rely on. I'm not one to stay in the same planner for a whole year. Luckily, these stickers kits can follow me to whatever planner I am currently in. There is a sense of security knowing that the stickers I love, specifically the Classic Sticker Kit, the Memory Keeping Sticker Kit, and the Daisy Weeks Sticker Kit, can remain constant, even when my planner system is anything but! In the summer months, I love going small with my planners. This Hobonichi Weeks style planner (not quite the real thing!) is perfect for throwing in my bag and taking me on whatever summer adventures I'm having, even if it's just to the grocery store. The Wayfarer Daisy Weeks Sticker Kit looks so great in this planner. I love that this kit has a mix of fun and function, exactly like my planning style! Can I tell you a secret? One of my favorite things to do is add large-scale stickers in a small-scale planner like this one. The Wayfarer Memory Keeping Sticker Kit had some perfect decorative elements to accomplish this. So go ahead and mix and match your sticker kits. You won't regret it! [embed]https://youtu.be/rHUH3fSPdV4[/embed]
Cheryl Reiter: Stickers to Support Your Planner Setup
Hi All, I always have fun using stickers to decorate my planner. The Wayfarer Collection stickers are no exception! They are perfect for July with the beachy feel, the reds, and the blues! I love a patriotic color scheme for July!I used die-cut stickers from the Wayfarer Planner Kit, letter alphabet stickers, enamel dots, and a vellum anchor from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit on a predesigned dashboard to create my "Hello July" page. I wanted a "goals" page and the alphabet stickers from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit in blue were perfect! The border is a vellum sticker and the dots are enamel dots. The Wayfarer Planner Sticker Kit is so easy to use to lay out my weekly spreads. I used the full box "Hello July" on this page and layered it over the red/white striped full box with the red/white vellum sticker tape. The planner stickers now come with 4 "weekend" banners; I use them on the Saturday/Sunday dates. They are layered with the Saturday and Sunday stickers from the Wayfarer Planner Add-On Kit with the dates. To highlight the 4th of July, I used the alphabet letter stickers from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit to write "happy" followed by the number 4 stamped in red ink. As you can see in the photos, I layer the stickers as often as I can to create more interest. The lighthouse dashboard was easy to decorate by trimming a 1/4 inch of all sides and matting on the ticket printed page. The rub-on sheets are not quite stickers but are also so easy to use! I used "Relax....the road less traveled" from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit on the dashboard and finished it with 3 enamel dots. The "Road Trip" dashboard is a combination of two rub-ons layered on top of each other! Did you know you can layer them? You totally can, and makes for another way to make a design that is your own! The crab at the bottom is another rub-on. I also used several enamel dots to "pop" up the bubbles on the page. I hope this gives you a few ideas for decorating your own pages!
Jennie McGarvey: Stickers in Your Memory PlannerStickers are the easiest way to make a big impact inside my memory planner. Almost every week, I use stickers in some way and this week is no exception. This week, I leaned heavily on them and had a lot of fun. I made sure to use a variety of stickers, including full boxes, strips, and alphabet stickers from the Wayfarer Memory Keeping Sticker Kit. I find that they all work so well in a memory planner and I love the combination of using them together. Sticker layering is so easy - I typically start with three together. I will use one for a background, one for an anchor, and one for an accent. Occasionally, I'll add two more - but five is usually my limit for a cluster. This week, in all three of my clusters I stuck to three elements. I think my favorite cluster this week is the one on the left-hand side, the one with the giant geotag as the background. It looks so cool! I found that the alphabet stickers were perfect - they were functional but also they look so great! It's an easy way to have the best of both worlds. Stickers are a really fun way to dress up your projects and get creative without getting too messy! [embed]https://youtu.be/_6FFFDNKIBY[/embed] Do you love our stickers, too? 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 and the Cocoa Daisy YouTube Channel for more inspiration.
Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator