Hey everyone! Tiffany here with a fun planner spread using pieces mostly from the Take Note kit, with paper bits from the Girly & Strong kit mixed in. This spread turned out looking more like a scrapbook spread to me. I had just come back home from a week at Disney World and well, it took me a bit to readjust to a normal everyday life. I was halfway through the week before I created this spread, so since I didn't have many things that I needed to do for the week, I decided to make it extra fun and just scrap. I included a photo of the castle in it, the first time I included an actual photo in this planner (I normally leave photos for my memory planner) but it's always fun to mix it up and do a bit of memory keeping in your everyday planner.
So I really wanted to work the layers in this spread. I tried to use the scrap pieces of paper I had left over from other projects before cutting into the larger sheets. I ended up backing my photo on this beautiful watercolor paper from the Girly & Strong kit. I have most of my kits thrown in together and absolutely love that they coordinate with each other. After layering some ripped paper from the Take Note kit, a white doily from my stash, and paper bits from Girly & Strong, I began embellishing with pieces from the Take Note ephemera pack and everything just worked so well together! After adding a few epoxy and matte stickers, I finished this little cluster off with a light pink paperclip from my stash that just says "Friday" on it.
On the opposite page, I built up a small cluster on the top left corner to balance out my main cluster on the right page. I used the same pattern papers and ripped them into strips just to add that same texture to this left side. I added a bit of white doily here as well. I embellished with a few epoxy and matte stickers from the Take Note kit. That "hello" butterfly sticker was one of the boxed stickers that I just fussy cut the butterfly from. I like how it looks this way; it just seemed so out of place on my page when it was in the box. Finally, I added a few puffy dot stickers from the Take Note puffy word stickers. I finished off the spread with some pen scribbles and writing in a few holidays happening that week.
Definitely take a look at the process video below to get a better feel of how I put together this spread. I really enjoyed this process of just playing on my planner page!