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Hobonichi and a day in the life of a planner

For this week's blog post I thought you'd like to come along with me and I would give you a little snippet into a fairly standard non-working day in my life.

Today is the first of March which means a new EllieBeth gratitude challenge. I started my morning with a cup of coffee and an Instagram post showing this month's prompts, I also popped onto the Facebook group and replied to the daily prompt post for the day.

Design Team Blog about their Christmas wishes

The Design Team have had a busy year sharing their ideas and tips with you but in a quieter moment recently our thoughts turned to Christmas and we managed to take some time out together to chat about our individual "All I want for "Planner" Christmas" ideas and wishes - Here's a little insight into what each one of us has on their Christmas wish list. 

Decorating your planner - the basics using distressed ink

Hello, again! It’s me, Natalie, back with the second part of my Background Basics mini-series. In my previous post, I explained how to use run-of-the-mill felt-tip pens to create a watercolour effect on the pages of your planner. In this post, I’ll show you another way to add colour to your pages by blending inks.

If you’re one of those planners who don’t like adding water-based media to your pages because it can make the paper all wrinkly and crinkly, then this method might appeal to you, as there’s a lot less wetness involved!