Today I have another fun Plan With Me video to share with you. When the Studio Calico Let’s Go Planner Kit arrived in my mailbox this month, I immediately fell in love. From the washi, to the stamps, to the colorful embellishment, this is definitely one of my favorite kits ever! You can check out the kit itself on the Studio Calico website here, or the photo of the kit on my Instagram here.
In this Plan With Me, I use my Hello Forever Planner and inserts I made myself. I hope you enjoy seeing the process 🙂
Isn’t it a fun kit? I’m usually not a huge fan of yellow, orange, and green, so this kit really challenged me to embrace some of my less-used hues.
Let’s break it down.
I used the Let’s Go Digital Alphabet Stamp Set to create the bold-yet-minimal inserts. It was the perfect starting point for this fun weekly spread.
Adding in photos and images creates a more dynamic look. I love how the fashion insert lends a ton of color, pattern, texture, and shape, while keeping my actual planning pages clutter-free! (Here’s a link to the Page-a-Day calendar I found these images in… it’s a great source for fashion photos!)
Instead of adhering the sticker directly to the page and losing space, this fun flap DOUBLES my writing space and adds color and shape.
This multi-patterned washi can be used as a funky long strip, or torn into individual pieces for a patch-work effect. Also, how fun are those highlighter stickers?
Using a white pen on a dark background is a sure way to add tons of contrast to your pages. I love the White Uniball Signo Pen in 1.0 for a totally opaque finish.
And that’s about it! Thanks for joining me for this Plan With Me – I have so much fun filming and putting together these posts. It feels like we really are planning together! I hope you are inspired by one of the techniques/elements in this spread. Even more, I hope this post inspires you to get out your planner and play!
Until next time,
If you subscribe to the Studio Calico Planner Kit, what was your favorite part of the kit this month? If you’re not a subscriber, I’d love to hear your current favorite technique to use in your planner!