Hi there!

Not to long ago I was thinking....Can I plan for the whole month using only 1 Freckled Fawn Kit?

Yes-ish! 


What I mean is that I also received a 2 additional items from the planner kit: the pretty paper stickers and the puffy border stickers.  

Planner kit
Embellishment kit


BUT,  I did not use the wood veneer heart or one of the vellum phrase sheets.  So it kind of evened out!



After I set up the front of the divider, I jazzed up the back.


Then I used the borders between the washi strips  to underline the header for each mission.  Then using the foiled epoxy speckled hearts ,  I created a tab for the month.




When it came to the month spread, I used a scalloped shape to nestle those button stickers in. I also used the leftover backing sheet from the glitter chipboard stickers to create stencil and make headers or my banner flags on three of the days.




For this week I did a plan with me video, that you are more than welcome to enjoy.  I used the stencil one again to create the feathers this time to denote the weekend.






To mimic a notes section I divided off Monday to use it as such and then filled in with other ephemera to balance the spread.




I'm not sure why I've never tried this but I did section off each day with the washi strip borders.  It really is a great use for those last little bits of kit!




The next week I just did two corners of washi on Monday and Friday to balance out the week.


The notes and rambling section is sectioned off to help designate categories I will use.  Meeting notes, the month ahead thoughts and meal planning ideas are a great way to not waste that extra space in your planner.


Lastly, the focus page where I have layed out monthly goals and created daily habits. I may not have a focus for the month, but I really like the way this pretty little corner turned out to be.


I do have a walk through on my You Tube Channel where I talk more in depth about this monthly project.  It is also embedded below!  


Thank you for joining me today!

Freckled Fawn | January Notes and Ramblings



Ah January.....A time when all things are refreshed and brand new!  This kit is chocked full of fabulous colors and sentiments which are perfect for this time of everyone's life.




Using my A5 Inkwell Press notes pages I assembled some of those goals and monthly thoughts.  The numbered journal card, I used as a date reminder for some important things that are happening this month. 


Here I cut a journal card on a diagonal and stapled it to another.  It makes a fun pocket for those fab wood veneers.  The 'hi' paperclip became 'hi-ghlights' for January.  We can have a little fun in your planners right?!?


As I transition to the other side,  I have taken the hexagon stickers and cut out just the bleed from the printer to create a fun trailing effect.



And I even played with the circle bleeds too to create a fun to-do face. 





I cut up a journal card for another project and saved the scraps to go along the rings here.  I also thought the felt heart ribbon would look awesome attached to a huge paper clip on either side of the rings.



The puffy stickers add some dimension to the layout as well as with those enamel triangles.  And you can't miss the graphic 2017 stapled in there as well...brilliant and fresh design by AesaLina here!


I sincerely hope 2017 greets with delight, renewal and clarity!

XOXOXOXO
-Kim

November Month | Freckled Fawn Planner Kit


Hey there!

I just got this planner with a total neutral palette because I knew the Freckled Fawn Planner Kits would look fantastic in it!


Every planner girl loves some paperclips but make them DIY...even better!
These puffy stickers double over and go onto the clips but I couldn't stop at just one per clip I had to add three!  More is better, right?!



I circled Thanksgiving Day on this monthly view in the teal alpha stickers that came with the kit and cut out the coordinating wood grained journal card to accent it too.

Again more lists and puffy coffee mugs too!



On this side I did something a little different.  I cut up the pouch the kit came in and made a divider to hold more to do lists.


After cutting it to size, I lined the edge with the silver washi tape and punched just like anything else I would insert in.


The pouch is perfect to add because it is see through but adds just the right amount of color and pattern to your layout too!


I couldn't help but add more coffee cups....


...and more floral accents and alphas!



The other side of the divider has some more red accents with the matching 'memories' sticker and red striped coffee cup!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Muwah!

Freckled Fawn | October Planner Kit | Pockets and Personalization

YES, YES,YES!!! 

 It's October and another Freckled Fawn Pouch with it's detailed goodies have hit my mailbox!


For all of 2016 I pledged to always use my kit for the monthly view and this time it was no exception!  As soon as I saw that trio of little puffy sticker houses, I knew that those would be perfect to showcase my eldest's Homecoming festivities!




Using the add on Journal Cards, I made simple pocket for some home keeping lists of chores that need to get done this month.  Larger cleaning and outdoor projects as well as leaf collection notes nestle so adorably in  the wide open space on the left side of the calendar.




Adding a little bit of detail buy using parts of the quilted plus card balances the whole layout out!



So glad you stopped by today and hope that it gave you some inspiration on just how I use one of my favorite colored kit to date!

XOXOXO
-Kim

Freckled Fawn | Pen, Pencil & Post-it Pouch


Can we talk about Freckled Fawn's pouches?!

Like, I have a ka-jillion of them!  There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, mind you, but I wanted to utilize them a bit more since I have so many.

So, I made this gusseted pen, pencil and post-it pouch!




What is a gusset? If you look on any bag that tends to stand up on it's own, it's that extra triangle piece in the corner that give the back some dimension rather than flat.
 That way when you are trying to pack more than a piece of paper, it can hold washi tape, stamp pads and a whole lot of pens.  Plus when you are at, say, Starbucks and take it with you, it stays open and upright for easy grabbing of all your essentials.

Here is how you can transform yours!
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  • Turn the pouch inside out
  • With a sewing machine and matching thread, sew 2.5 inches from the bottom of the pouch
  • Trim  off the extra pouch below the sewing line leaving at least .25 inches

  • Line up the side seam and the bottom seam and flatten down the pouch.  It should resemble a triangle
  • Sew 1.25 inches down, across the tip of the triangle and trim extra pouch off , again, leaving .25 inch seam allowance
  • Repeat for other corner
  • Turn right side out and fill to your hearts desire
Enjoy and let me know if you have any questions!

XOXOXOXO
-Kim


'Bulletin Board' Layout


Hey there! 
I really wanted to channel my inner college student with this layout!  Somehow all these little sayings and words of encouragement throughout this fabulous kit reminded me of my college dorm bulletin board.  I used to cut out things from magazines and put random candid pictures up.  Honestly, I still kinda do that now in my office!



Those little bits of Pretty Little Studio word strips caught my eye as little fortune cookie papers.  Grouped together they look like I've had too much takeout!


I used a lot of those little dot stickers from Fancy Pants Designs as replicas of push pins.  


The faux layering of elements is something that my real bulletin board already looks like.  Just sticking another saying up on top of another is achieved but adding little bits of patterned paper.


That squirrel was so cute I attached him to a piece of the exclusive journal cards.  Random staples on word strips add another level of informality.


By having the top of the 12x12 paper be 2/3rds of the KaiserCraft dot paper, that left the lower 1/3rd plain white.  It allowed the journal cards and pics to hang off the edge of the 'bulletin board' just as they would have been in my dorm.


It has been a blast being on this team for Clique Kits and I hope to see you around all my social media outlets and blog!  Create lively my friends!