I hope you all are doing well, since this is the week of love, hearts and xoxo’s, I naturally decided to do a simple, quick layout to fit he occasion….Valentine’s Day! So let’s get started!
Here is the left side of my planner layout. I knew I didn’t want to go all pink and red overload with my layout so I picked a white, blue and gold foil Washi Tape. I also love the Gandhi quote at the bottom of the page. How fitting!
On the right side, I continued with the Washi Tape and added some additional love themed Washi. I also love the cross Washi at the top of the page. I was happy about finding some religious themed Washi at Michael’s.
I love the overall look of the layout and how it’s not to lovey…but just right. I think my unconventional blue heart theme worked out great and all the stickers tied the theme together nicely.
I also wanted to quickly share with you all my full February monthly spread….now that we are in the middle of the month. Sorry! But here it goes:
So much love is in this layout! The girl holding the heart is beyond perfect to me for the month of February! I found her on Pinterest. All the paw prints are school related things. We are the Tigers! LOL. I also tried something new with my splashes and blots of watercolor. I actually like the watercolor effects a lot and hope to do them again in the future.
Well, that is it for today. Until next time,
Today I wanted to first share with you all last week’s planner spread:
I had a lot going on last week so I wanted to keep the spread as simple as possible. I used the BoHo Collection by Basic Grey Rub-Ons that I’ve had for YEARS, some MAMBI stickers and for the Super Bowl stickers I cut those from a P&G coupon book. Overall I like the Soft look of the spread.
So on to this week. With February being Black History Month, I wanted to make sure I did a spread in honor of those who have come before me. I was thankful for the free printable by Victoria Thatcher as it was right on time and perfect for the occasion. So let’s get started!
Above is the free printable from Victoria Thatcher.
Here is the left side of the spread. I wanted to make sure that I used the majority of the stickers from the printable.
I love the large size planner space fillers with three women that I have always admired for their smarts, strength and beauty.
Here is the full spread. The three areas that are filled with watercolor bring out the something extra that I felt this layout needed. I think this layout came out perfectly and it makes me feel happy and inspired.
Until next time,