Monday, 4 January 2016

Three ways how to decorate your planner

Hellllooo again! Happy New year by the way! I was out with my friends on new year, and I hope you all had a fabulous new year! Now that Christmas is over, Boxing day is over, New year is over and now the holidays over, you are thinking about preparing for going back to school or work. And this ultimately means getting organized. Now I find what really helps me to be organized and neat in my planner is to decorate it before hand so that I have to keep up the presentation. I almost turn it into a mini scrapbook! So here are three ways to decorate your planner:

1. Simple washi tape

This one is so easy to do, all you need to have is washi tape and a permanent marker! You basically just outline the bits you want to have in washi tape, so I have gone for boarders and then written the date in permanent marker onto the washi tape. I feel you need permanent marker because the washi tape is glossy meaning it will just rub off if done with a normal pen! This is actually for this week, when I am going back to school so I have just done a pretty font for when I have still got holidays!

2. The watercoloured doilies

This one, I have too say is probably my favorite out of the three, I just find it so beautiful and delicate and I just love the colours! Plus it is very easy! It is pretty self exoplanet, you basically just merge water colours together on a doilie, getting a lovely merged watery effect, wait for it to dry and cut it up into bits, placing it on corners and edges of your planner. Then just to make it a little more interesting, I did bubbles in thick marker around the dates!

3. The rainbow water colours

This one is also very easy, and lovely and colourful! All you do is fill in your days with water colours in rainbow order, merging colours together to give it that fabulous look! Then I just added a bit of washi tape on the days and at the top, then again, just wrote the dates in that permanent marker on the washi tape! I feel you could be really adventurous with this one and really just play around with how you do it!


Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this post and that it has given you some inspirations, comment down below which one was your favorite and be sure to show me your interpritations! See you soon! I think I might do a DIY Kate Spade post so be sure to keep a look out for that, and just so you don't miss it, hit that follow button over there, just so you are up to date! Love you!

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