I am nearly caught up for the year! These layouts should take us to almost current. Then I will just try and post one update per week.
One additional note, I had a comment that the pictures are too small. Since I am loading these from my phone, I can't seem to adjust them, but I am easily able to use ctrl+scroll on my mouse and make these more than large enough to see more details. If anyone else is having problems, let me know.
On to the layouts....
I love this layout, there is so much space, but I just really don't have too much going on and I lack the time to properly doodle journal my activities.
This layout is kind of unique. I honestly can't remember where I found it. But it does feature one of the mint green pens I have. I am in love with mint green right now and would use nothing but mint green if it wouldn't be so boring. Maybe I need to do one week where everything is in mint green and the various shades of that!
This layout comes from an excel sheet I made several years ago. I made a friend a planner for Christmas with all different weekly layouts, so I just glued this in. The yellow and white paper I taped in came from an old Kate Spade notepad I had hanging around.
Another glued in sheet from that planner. The strip of little designs around my to-do list are tiny hippos and not really tape a tape at all. It is the Plus Deco Rush Decoration Pen from jetpens.com. Sadly, it is no longer available.
Overall, this next week is my favorite so far! The dotted paper is a page I tore out of my smash journal. I know a ton of people love them, but I wasn't able to make it work for me, so I have been cannibalizing pages form it here and there. So glued the page in and used two different washi tapes down the side to fill in the gap space and I bit more tape on the top and right side, just for something different. I used stamps for the days of the week and a sticker for the word August. Obviously, this is per-decoration, but I wanted to show the page in the empty form. The currently reading sticker is on a label from some Martha Stewart labels I got at Staples on clearance.
In general, I feel like I almost have more fun designing and creating the layouts than I do decorating them each week. I have been thinking about taking a blank book and just doing a whole self-made, undated, one of kind, DIY planner for 2014. If I do that, I might try and sell it on etsy or somewhere like that. There is no way the money would make up for the time and supplies I put into it, but I love the idea of someone using something I have made.
It would definitely be a giant project and very eclectic, so we will see. Maybe it wouldn't take as long as I imagine it would. I'm also worried that by the time I am done making it I wouldn't be able to part with it! Has anyone else hand designed and sold a completely DIY planner?