InkWELL Press Planner

Hi everyone!

I just wanted to share some tips and information on how I'm using my InkWELL Press Planner. I use this planner specifically for my design teams and as a business planner for my Etsy Shop.

On the side bar on the right, I like to cover the writings with slim washi tape in order to label those sections for what works for me. I use the three boxes for "REVENUE", "FAVORITES", and "VIEWS" so you can see where I stamp the letters "R", "F", and "V" to abbreviate those things.

Here are some photos of my recent spreads:

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May inkWELL Press Planner

Hi loves!

I wanted to share with you all some of the finished spreads for May in my inkWELL Press Planner. I hope you'll enjoy seeing how I decorate my weekly and monthly spreads!

This is my monthly spread for May.

This is a spread in my May section of the planner.

And here is another spread!

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Using Printables in Your Planner

Hi lovebugs!

I know it has been awhile since I've last posted here on my blog, my schedule never seems to let up! I really will try my best to post more often. So without further adieu, I would love to share with you all how I utilize printables in my planner.

Here is what I used:
  • June Cocoa Daisy Inserts
  • June Subscriber Printable* (on a full label sheet)
  • Date Roller Stamp
  • Washi Tape
  • Sticky Notes (from June’s Daisy Day Planner Add-On Kit)
From there, I printed the printable onto a full adhesive shipping label which is essentially a sheet of sticker paper. If you're trying to find it in stores like Wal-Mart or Target, look for the words "full shipping label sheet", I happen to order mine from onlinelabels. 

I own a cutting machine and used the machine to cut out the images into stickers so that I can just peel the image from the sheet as a sticker to use in my planner. If you don't own a cutting machine, you can easily print it onto the label sheet or card stock then cut out the images with scissors yourself. From there, use a glue stick or tape runner to adhere the images to your inserts or planner.

Here are the photos of how my inserts turned out (keep in mind that I plan as I go which is why there are blank spaces):

That's it for today! I hope you'll all enjoy this post and thank you so much for your continuous support!