Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Christmas Town Planner Pages | with Anabelle

Now that the end of the month is getting closer, I decided to work on my January 2019 monthly spread. Christmas Town is the perfect, wintry collection to use. There are so many elements that aren't holiday related and it really worked wonderfully for my January layout. Here is how it turned out.

Isn’t this fun??? I decorated my pages in my A5 planner. This is the planner that stays on my desk at home. So I added a lot of textures and fun elements to it. I have a smaller, pocket calendar that I carry around with me. As you can see there are so many elements that you can use to create that wintry feel.

The mini icon stickers really are perfect for adding in little decorative touches. And I love the banner from the chit chat pack. It gives a design element without taking up too much space in the calendar box.
Additionally, I created the cute planner clips by adhering the snowman doodlepops to a paper clip using hot glue. They look adorable with the jelly clip!
On the bottom of the calendar, I created a little scene using the die cuts. I added some foam adhesive to give them a bit of texture. The snowy house washi tape is perfect along the bottom of the page. I love the little snowy characters!
On the right side of my calendar, I have space to write notes. This space was really fun to decorate.

I cut one of the journaling cards and layered another snowman die cut over it using the foam adhesive. I also created some faux washi tape using paper from the 6 by 6 pad. I added them to the tops of the boxes on the page for a fun touch. I finished off with some snowflakes, enamel dots and that adorable wintry bird die cut.

As you can see, the Christmas Town collection was just perfect in my January calendar spread. I am definitely not ready for REAL snow, but love the adorable wintry characters in this collection.
So, when you are ready to decorate your January planner, pull out Christmas Town!
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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