PlannerKate "Create Your Own"
Have you ever wanted to create your own planner? Have you ever sat down to plan a week and wanted to change up the layout from a week on two pages to a week on one page with lots of notes? Now you can! Grab an A5 or 7x9 notebook and get started with PlannerKate's "Create Your Own" sticker sheets.
First up, let's take a look at the monthly shells for monthly planning. You can pick up one monthly set (left and ride pages) for $5.50 or a 12 month set for a discounted price.
We suggest picking up your favorite monthly kit and starting with that header first, followed by placing the monthly shell on your page. Jennifer chose our July kit, KIT-431 It's Summer, for her monthly page.
Next up, let's take a look at PlannerKate's "create your own" weekly options. You may have noticed that Erin Condren launched a very popular, new A5 layout, the Compact Vertical, planner this past launch. We heard from a lot of you that you wish you could get that layout in a 7X9 size, and we heard you!
If you enjoy the Erin Condren A5 Compact Vertical layout, but need just a little bit more weekly planning space, the Create Your Own 7x9 Compact Vertical kits will be a perfect option for you! These kits are their own listing and come in all of your favorite PlannerKate kits.
Jennifer used our Create Your Own 7X9 Compact Vertical Kit from MK-433 Vacation, here.
Maybe your weekly planning needs require a different layout? When you pair the PlannerKate Week at a Glance page with the NEW Notes Companion page, you get a weekly overview on one page with lots of room for lists and trackers on the other. We think this is another great weekly option you could include in your notebook turned planner!
You can shop the Week at a Glance pages in our 7x9 or A5 Daily Duo listings. You can shop our Notes Companion sheets for each kit as their own listing.
We cannot wait to see all the ideas you come up with as you utilize PlannerKate stickers to turn your own notebooks in to the planner that meets your needs! The fun part is that you don't have to commit to one layout for an entire book now; try a week on two pages for a busy week and then mix it up with a week on one page for a slower paced week; there are so many options!
You can watch Jennifer set up all the pages shown in the images above on her YouTube video.