Hi friends! Hope you're all enjoying the summer! Anita here today to share a weekly planner spread I created with this month's "Kate" kit and the "Kate" planner stickers that can be found in the Silhouette shop.
While the kits each month are very versatile, I found this month's kit to be especially planner friendly. In addition to having a set of planner stickers available for home printing, the physical kit had several elements very conducive to the smaller scale of a planner. The die cuts, word stickers and epoxy hearts were my favorite pieces to use in my planner. Let me show you how I used them!
Below you'll see a close-up of the left and right sides of my spread. I selected some basic items from the planner sticker set to lay out the foundation for my week. Truth be told, I didn't have any sticker paper on hand so I just printed them on cardstock, cut them out and adhered them onto my spread. I used the patterned strips of paper down the center of my spread (which were perfect to reinforce the holes) and to separate my days into two sections. I basically used these strips in the same way I would use washi tape. Since I didn't have a lot of appointments or events this week but had a lot of things to get done, I used the larger space on the top of each day to set up To Do lists and the bottom section for anything on our calendar for the week. I love how flexible these spaces are and that I can adjust how I use my inserts each week based on my schedule.
Once I laid out the basic foundation with items from the planner sticker set, I added a few die-cuts, word stickers and epoxy hearts to support my calendar events and serve as decoration. I also added some of the glitter puffy alphas to note the month and year on this spread.
Here's another look at the whole spread:
Have you tried using the planner sticker cut files along with your monthly kit in your planner? If not, you should definitely give it a try! The pieces all coordinate perfectly and you'll be able to build a cohesive, functional (and decorative) planner spread in no time!