The Mini Months sheet is a smaller version of the EBDUK “core sheet” and was designed specifically for the Hobonichi Weeks planner. It is however versatile enough for other small planners such as the A6 Hobonichi.
It’s amazing how many stickers this one A5 sheet contains: 2 x wide and 2 x skinny washi strips, weekday headers, number stickers for the days of the month, a cute “to-do” strip and some decorative stickers. On top of that, there are the functional stickers: appointment and events, 2 x checklists, 8 small boxes and some reminders such as “pay day”, “bill due”, “day off”, etc. This sheet certainly offers good value as the whole month is covered.
For June this year, I used the “Garden’s Voice” sheet with its restful hues of peachy pink and gold and all the bees! I added a couple of small decorative stickers from the deco sheet to fill in some of the blank spaces. The spread is absolutely stunning.
The last few months of lockdown have been challenging for all of us but the June layout for me represents the return to normality (21st June – fingers crossed) and hopefully a planner full of activities, gatherings with family and friends and days out at the beautiful North Norfolk beaches close to where I live.
Korrie-ann Scott-Peters: EC Vertical and A5 core
For use in my erin Condren life planner I have chosen the A5 core sheet from hope blooms, along with the deco sheet. This was a good challenge for me as I can normally use umpteen different sheets to create my layout. I am really pleased with how it turned out. There is so much to use as a base in the A5 right down to the little stars that can be use as bullet points for a checklist. Using the washi strips from the side is perfect for separating my boxes adding more decoration too.