Hello, hello Daisies! It's¬†Kylie back with you on the blog today to share some planner inspiration. Recently I purchased the brand new¬†Daisy Planner (unbound) and I wanted to share how I have prepared mine ready to use. The Daisy Planner really appealed to me as it has room for both general day to day planning as well as memory planning which is something I love to do. Being able to house everything in the one planner will certainly streamline everything for me! The planner is available with a spiral bound option or unbound which is the option I decided to go with so I could customise it to suit me. When it arrives it comes in a lovely calico bag which will be awesome for storing my planner in if I should travel anywhere with it.
This planner contains 6 months, however it also comes with some nifty month and date stickers so you could customise it any way you like. Since I have received mine in March I will be able to change the January and February month tabs. The monthly pages are the only part to be dated, but again this could be altered with the date sticker if need be.
I found some really cute clear discs with gold glitter specks to use in my planner. It was really easy to bind all of my pages together thanks to my We R Memory Keepers Disc Power Punch. All I had to do was punch each hole and then clip my pages over the discs. I really wanted to use discs for this planner so that I could easily add lots of extra note cards and tip-ins easily.
Each monthly divider features some lovely positive affirmations and graphics. These are two of my most favourite....(Although it was hard to choose!) I am also going to use my Cocoa Daisy subscription kits to create some extra dashboards.
There are two styles of inserts for each month. The first being a horizontal weekly format. I plan to use these pages for my general week to week planning for work. I love the large spaces I have to work with, which allows me to add decorative elements as well. I've used the beautful March planner subscription kits - Treetop Canopy for my pages as well as a few elements from the TN and Modern Memory Keeping kits.
The second style of insert for each month is a vertical layout. I love this style and will be using it for my memory planning/keeping. I've used the Treetop Canopy Memory Keeping stickers which are a nice fit to each column. They also have plenty of decorative and functional stickers including alpha text.
All I will need to do now is add my photos and any journaling to each column. Again, as with the horizontal format there is plenty of room with this layout design.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope I have inspired you a little to give the beautiful Daisy Planner a try for yourself. If you would like even more inspiration of all things Cocoa Daisy, don't forget to check out the Cocoa Daisy Fans¬†Facebook group.
Until next time,