Friday, 15 January 2016

Are you a planner girl, list maker or cute stationary lover?

Over the last year or so I have developed a little bit of an obsession with planners and all that comes along with them. As a papercrafter and a lover of stationary, I'm not surprised. Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved pens, pencils, notebooks, sticky notes etc. So when I stumbled across the planner community on Instagram, I was immediately hooked!

What I didn't realize was the variety out there. There are so many different brands and styles it's AMAZING! Who knew they were so trendy! I still have my Filofax that I used university and was so excited to pull it out and put it to use. I made pretty with dividers, folders, clips and pockets to dress it up.

Not long after I discovered planners, I came across the idea of travelers notebooks and that is when I was truly hooked. I am a list maker, goal setter, note taker and love to put pen to paper. The idea of having a notebook for each 'subject' or theme (goals, lists, to dos, etc.) seemed so smart and to have them all together in one place was even smarter. No more little pieces of paper strewn about! All I have to do is pull out my travelers notebook, go to the right section and jot down my thoughts. Or if I don't have my notebook handy, I'll jot the thought down on a sticky note and add it to the right notebook afterwards. I now have a few travelers notebooks and have made my own Treasuredori's to keep them all contained. It's so fun to add cute clips, washi tape and stickers to dress up a plain page.

I've been planning on sharing this passion of mine for a few months now and I'm happy to say that today is the day. I've stocked my Etsy shop with some Treasuredori's in cute fabric and added some notebooks, clips and charms. I'd love for you to check it out!

Visit the Stamped Treasures Etsy shop!

I have lots of ideas for additional products that I will be adding so be sure to check back often. And of course, if there's something you'd like, but can't find, just let me know and I'd be happy to try to create it for you!

If you are not familiar with how a traveler's notebook or Midori-style journal works, I filmed a short video to show you.



I'd be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Happy planning!

Sherry

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