Guest Post for Ugly Bug Plans
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This is a guest post from the lovely Michelle over at Ugly Bug Plans (now closed), the maker of the gorgeous Ugly Dori travelers notebooks along with her husband Trevor. I haven't done a flip through or current setup of my planner for a while so thought I would share how I am currently using my stunning Ugly Dori.
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Oooo the C word is quickly approaching, so that means it's out with my Christmas planner and one of my first tasks; The Christmas Bucket List. I am using the Christmas travelers Notebook inserts from the lovely Susie over at Queen Mabel and Doris over on Etsy.
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Today I am sharing a peek into my planner bag and stationery storage pouches for planning and my washi tape storage for home and travel or planning on the go. My planner bag and purple pouch are from AliExpress and so are many of the washi tapes featured in the video. My pouch is all set up ready for Plannercon Europe - eek 3 days till I set off!!!! I so can't wait.
So have a look at the video below and do leave me a comment either here or over on the video itself.
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So excited to be writing a post for Kelly over at the Hazy Days UK blog. You will all know that I love Kelly's stickers, they are so varied and have stunning graphics and cuteness. So rather than me just showing you pictures of the pretties, I thought I would share some ways you can use them in both planners and journals.