We are excited to see your new planner setups for July using the Wayfarer Collection.
Let's start with some inspiration from our Creative Team!
Jennifer Crowder: Standard Size Traveler's Notebook Setup
Setting up my traveler's notebook for on-the-go planning is my favorite thing to do each month because all of the Cocoa Daisy kits arrive with just what I need and everything coordinates!
This month, I created a FREE calendar for my opening section; I downloaded the Wayfarer Planner Printable
, printed it out, then ran it back through the printer with a calendar I typed up for July. Now, when I open my planner, I have a quick, at a glance, page (that's pretty too!).
Cheryl Reiter: Personal Ringbound Planner Setup
This month I am using blue personal rings that complement the Wayfarer Collection beautifully! I love to match my planners to the kits.
The acetate scrap made a perfect bookmark. I added a tab at the top so that it would stick out and be easy to find. I hole-punched it and then cut the holes so that I can pop it in and out without having to open my rings! I added the "don't forget" sticky notes from a previous kit.
I love my "Hello July" page! I used the blue puffy letter stickers to create "hello", the die-cut banner, vellum anchor, and the glitter enamel dots.
On the back of a dashboard, I created a tip-in with the "soaking up some summer sunshine" from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit
and the light house washi tape from the Wayfarer Planner Kit
. The 5 Double-Sided Week-On-One-Page Pages are where I list my gratitude/thanks for each day.
I always plan out the month before it begins and tuck the extra stickers in a pocket. This way the basic designing is done and all I have to do is add my lists and any necessary stickers.
I used one of the 4" x 3" pocket cards and added some stickers to the back and also a 4" x 6" card and added some glitter enamel dots. I love how they are layered and add more interest to my planner.
On the back of the 4" x 6" card, I added a sticky pocket to hold my extra stickers.
I used a smaller sticky pocket from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit
on the back of a dashboard to hold the "word and letter" stickers. The "July" page is the beginning of the "To-Do" section. I made it so that this first page is a place to list upcoming notes for the month.
I have a dashboard for each section of my planner. The "Relax" section is for "Trackers." I also have "Month at a Glance," "To-Do," "Daily," and "Notes."
Laurie Grabarkewitz: B6 Daisy Dori
This month, I am going to try and keep my planning simple and focus mainly on my Wayfarer B6 Daisy Dori
which I have inserted into my B6 TN Cover. I
have kind of settled into a basic routine of how I use my Dori. Sometimes, I find that I don't need all of the pages in the Dori. Lately, I have removed some of the pages and inserted pockets.
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This month I created an envelope to insert into the back page. I like being able to tuck notes and stickers into the book if I just want to remove it from my TN binder and go. I
also added some tip-ins using the super cute notepad paper from the Wayfarer Planner Kit
I took some of the packaging pieces and turned them into tags which I have handy in the pockets to use for additional tip-ins or even bookmarks.
Share with us your July planner setups 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