Since you all loved the last planner post that I did I thought I’d bring you another one! This one is pretty much a haul because my girlfriend bought me some paper craft supplies for Valentine’s day (I got her a dutch oven because she is a food blogger and I enjoy her creations!)
Stamps from Creative Year
Starting off strong I got these really awesome stamps from Michael’s Craft Store and damn are they fun! If you’re like me and you spend WAY too much money on planner stickers and use the same ones often I would suggest investing in some stamps. I can use the same icon for bills each month, or birthdays, or workouts, and as long as I have ink I won’t run out. It makes my icons look so much neater and ink is so much cheaper than a giant pack of stickers!
They also took me back to childhood pretty quickly because I always had stamps at my grandma’s house when I was little. The cool thing about these, though is they give you a clear plastic piece and you pull the rubber stamps off fo their storage sheet and put them on the plastic piece. Then you can arrange words or a series of symbols and do them all at once! Then you wipe them off (I suggest having paper towels nearby when working with the ink) and put them back on their storage sheet.
These are just a lot of fun, too and I really suggest this set as a starter set. Look at all the fun symbols!
Happy Planner Stickers
That being said, I did get more stickers. This is the productivity set from The Happy Planner and they are so amazing! I try to live my life with a #GirlBoss state of mind and the quotes and vibes of these stickers really give my planner that girl boss feel!
They traditionally do go with the Happy Planner, but if you saw my previous post, I have a plain planner from Target that I picked because it was rose gold and had a lot of big boxes for customization. So this sticker set would work for anyone, I think. (I think it would work REALLY well for bullet journals, too.)
I also got new pens and I wanted to briefly mention them because I’m really picky about pens and I got these from Costco really cheap and fell in love with them! They are the G2 pilot pens and the Amazon listing is here.
Recipe Book from Creative Year
And last but not least, this one is kind of for Josie, but I’ve been wanting to make her a really pretty recipe book for awhile. So, when we found this one on sale I told her to get it and I would make it look gorgeous with all her recipes!
This is the creative recipe keepsake book and I couldn’t find the same cover design online, but you can buy the other design here. The recipe on this page is for Josie’s banana bread which you can find online here.
What are you favorite planner accessories you’ve found over the years? I think Micheal’s has some of the best ones especially for beginners.