Dianna's Weekly Planner Spread

Hey there friends! It’s Dianna, back with my weekly planner spread using the Hello Beautiful kit!

I used the pretty pastel papers to create this lovely spread! Aqua and pink are my faves so I concentrated on those shades and some black polka dots! It’s a great combo!!  To make this planner spread I cut out my paper to fit the dimensions of the boxes in my weekly planner insert. It was super easy and I just used my tape runner to add adhesive to the back of the paper and glued it in place!  I love the ledger style paper. It  worked perfectly to add some of my to-do’s. 

I also cut some of the paper into strips to look like washi tape and layered it in a couple of places.  To make the paper clips I simply hot glued the flair button and bow die cut to some gold paper clips.

A few embellishments from the die cuts and sticker sheet and all done! Oh, and I added a little layering on the edge with some ruffle lace too! 

Hope you like it! Have a beautiful weekend! 💗 

Dianna's Monthly Planner Spread and Tag Place Holder

Hello beauties! It’s Dianna, and I’m back this week to show you how I used the “Hello Beautiful” kit to decorate my monthly spread. I also made a tag page marker!! Here we go: 

For the left side of my monthly spread I started by filling the empty spaces with some yummy layers of paper from the kit!  At the top I used a piece of the Fairytales paper and two die cuts (the pink flower and the word die cut "Spring"). At the bottom I used some of the vellum and layered it with aqua and a “You are beautiful die cut”. The vellum is a new addition to the kit this month! It’s gold foiled and gorgeous! Under that I glued some frilly laces and then added some washi above and a couple of stickers where I had important dates. 

On the right side of the monthly calendar I used those flower die cuts. They are my all time favorite!  Under them I layered more of the Fairytales paper (both sides! It has a wonderful handwritten look text). Some more trims below, washi and a bow die cut I used as a sticker to mark a date! Here’s a look at the full spread: 

I also created a tag page marker! 

This tag is super cute! Used my favorite Fairytales paper again! I just measured it to be a little smaller than my actual pages. Layered on some of the black polka dot and the back of the aqua paper. This flower I cut from the “Enchanted Forest” paper and of course added some more lace! Above the layers I added the word die cuts and that cute birdie(another fave!)  I punched a hole in the top after adding a heart punched from one of the papers and strung some pretty trims through! These look lovely coming out the top of my planner!!! 

Here are a few detailed shots: 

Happy Friday! Hope you all have a beautiful weekend!! 


Adeline's "Enchanted Forest" Planner Set-Up

Hi my Fairy friends!  It’s Adeline today, so happy and proud to be part of the 2018 Fairytale Club’s design team.

Last Friday I finally received my new Fairytale Club kit called “HELLO BEAUTIFUL! “
I say finally because I was very eager to receive it, in view of the sneak peek that Andrea had given us!!!!!

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I made a new set up in my ice blue, perforated, KIKKI K. planner that I have loved since the beginning of my planner addiction!!!!!!  It's a planner that I took some time to find a use for but sometimes you just have to be patient!!! LOL! When I discovered the "Hello Beautiful!" kit, it was obvious: it was going to embellish this planner!!!!!

I made a dashboard (cover page) with a small shaker (I love glitter & sequins!!!!).
My set up is so pretty, girly, and colorful with this awesome kit - I have a huge crush for it!!!!

I make my shakers without any specific method or device (in scrapping I always manage to be inventive without too much material!! lol). I simply used the transparent paper packaging that we often have from scrapbooking products.  I put a project life card in the background that hid the sticky part of the paper, and then I added my glitter and sequins ... And now you know my secret!

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I love decorating the interior cover of the planner, and I love when there is a ton of embellishments.  Some may prefer a more refined style, but I think this ultra loaded side is my trademark.  I like the superposition of embellishments, the addition of pretty paper clips, rhinestones, etc.

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If you want to see the kit in more detail, I made an unboxing video of “Hello Beautiful !” on my channel:

I hope you enjoyed my post, and I'll see you again soon  ;)
Kiss from France,

Dianna's "Beautiful" Planner Set-Up!

Hey friends! It’s Dianna here with a super cute planner set up!! Not surprisingly this month's kit is loaded with cuteness and filled to the brim with product!  Let’s get started.

I love to decorate my planner pockets! The “Hello Beautiful!” kit made it easy peasy! I used the shape die cuts and the word die cuts to fill up the pockets.  I love that the die cuts come with cute animals and tags! I slipped the sticker sheet in the large pocket for on the go planning/decorating. Behind that I just added some of the “Fairytales” paper and a little ruffle lace behind that! I love adding a bit of texture to my planner. 

Andrea includes these awesome pre-made dividers in her kits! I thought this particular one had a great sentiment. When I open this planner it will great me with “Hello Beautiful”!! I added a little ruffle lace to the bottom.  I also used the white ledger paper to make my tabs. For those I simply cut them out freehand and glued to the dividers! I love the look of ledger paper!! 

For the next divider I just love the quote about kindness and that aqua color.  All the heart eyes!! I added an embellished tag from the “A Beautiful Day” cut-apart sheet.  A little fringe, heart from the die cut pack, lace, and voila! 

For my last divider I had to go with the rainbow “You are my favorite”! Another little tag from the cut apart sheet, and Done! 

This kit makes decorating my planner so easy! I can use the dividers as they are or embellish if I want. I love that! Not only is my planner full of pretties but I had so much fun! I hope you loved it too! 

Xoxo, Dianna

Adeline's Spring Planner Week Layout

Hi my fairy friends,

It’s Adeline, and today I will share with you my week layout in my Hobby Lobby planner.

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For this layout I have mixed many pieces of stationery from the “Happy Day” kit, such as the project life cards, ephemera, gold foil stickers, flair buttons, washi tapes, and pieces of paper.

I created a cute little pocket with two personal size inserts, so easy to do!  You just have to cut one of the two inserts and glue it to the other insert, then punch your pocket to include it in your planner.  You can slip in important papers or just a little decoration.

I hope that you have enjoyed my post! See you soon for another planner time.

Kiss from France,

Adeline's Everyday Wishes Kikki K. Planner

Hi my Fairy friends,

It’s Adeline, so glad to be on the Fairytale Club’s blog today sharing my lilac Kikki K. planner decorated with the “Everyday Wishes” kit.


Last time I said that I love this kit so much because of its themes - dream, wish, love - but I also love it for its colors and design.

I chose to decorate my meal and home planner with this kit. I made a double dashboard with two sheets of paper.

First I used the acetate paper, and I superimposed it on a second sheet, and I made my decoration according to this second paper.

I decided to create a little shaker for my dashboard’s second page with the sequins and a project life card.

Finally I made my cover decor with Everyday Wishes’ ephemera (so girly!), and I added some of my paper clips like the unicorn - perfect with the kit!

I hope you have enjoyed my post.

Kiss from France,

Henny's Planner with Everyday Wishes

Hello everyone! Henny here, I hope everyone is having a wonderful day. So today I’m going to share with you a dashboard I have completed for my A5 ringed Planner. 

As you can see, this “Everyday Wishes” kit definitely reminds you of your favorite childhood story. It is just so lovely with pastel of a pale and heart warming delicate shade of color. The contents are full of princess things like castles, unicorns, hummingbirds, flowers .. just like living in a dreamy fairytale world. No matter what your age, fairy tales carry with them a certain magic. 

So, for the pockets, as usual one of the set ups I’ve always loved to do, I have filled them up and decorated them with some pretty die-cuts, stickers and embellishments from the kit.  And I added page flags from Target that coordinated perfectly with the kit. So it’s a pretty simple set up I can say, but sweet at the same time. 😊

Oh how I love how this dashboard turned out!  Isn’t it just lovely? I used one sheet of paper, folded it 2/3 to make a slide pocket, and punched the edge of the pocket with a lacy punch, then secured the ends of the folded paper by sewing them together to make one real pocket. 
For the front side, I placed a couple of note cards from the kit, then just randomly decorated it by adding some embellishments that came from the kit, as well, except for the adhesive gem frame.

I created this dashboard with a slide pocket intended to use where you can slide in there your notes 📝, receipts, letters, stickers, photos, etc... 

For the back side of the dashboard I decided to make a secretarial with card sliding pocket just for an additional space I can use to put anything as i wish. 

So overall I’m really happy with how this dashboard project came out. I hope you’ve enjoyed looking through everything and that it gives you another idea to start your project with. 

If you haven’t ordered this kit yet, it’s still available to purchase, so make sure to get in and order yours today! 😉

I wish you a wonderful and happy day. 
Remember, fairytale does exist, always have faith and continue to dreams about it. Because fairytales, myths, and legends can help you make your own dreams and goals come true. ☺️

Sincerely yours,