Shopping on Etsy can be pretty overwhelming due to the huge variety of sellers, styles and formats available. A shop that I frequent regularly is Bunny Lion Story whose specialty is kawaii planner stickers. Ideal for marking all sorts of events.
Bunny Lion Story has a great range of sticks with new ones regularly introduced. From a customer service perspective, Bunny processes orders quickly, despite shipping from the Netherlands. I've never had to wait too long for my stickers to arrive. Highly recommended! Check out Bunny Lion Story's sticker shop on Etsy. Happy sticking!
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How do you incorporate printed bloc paper in your scrap booking and planner decorating?
The quest for cute and girly stickers for jazzing up my planner is never ending. Recently on a whim I caved and picked up the new Recollections Planner Queen Sticker book from Michael's ($7.99 or $3.99 with a 50% off Coupon). Check out my review of the sticker book below.
What's your favorite planner sticker book?
One of my #skingoals this month is to use a mask daily as part of my night time skincare regimen.
To mask daily, I've put together a daily schedule to cater to my skin's needs and whims. The other benefits of rotating through the week are the opportunity to discover new brands and ensuring downtime before bed sans device.
What and how are you tracking daily goals?
Last Christmas I was gifted this super kawaii Hello Kitty x Paperchase ziplock multilist book from one of my bffs.
The plastic ziplock folder is a practical desk accessory that has come in handy when planning projects, especially content planning.
The folder contain several pockets to house business cards, and notes on the inside covers. For larger items, a large ziplock pocket is featured on the back cover. Definitely comes in hand for notepad sized notes and receipts.
Housed in the inner sleeve are a re-useable string envelope, large notepad, a sticky tasklist, post-its and tabs ~ especially helpful for reviewing articles and books. Of course, all decorated with Hello Kitty.
I mainly use my list book for content planning and drafting articles and memos for work. The HK element certainly brightens up my notes better than standard issue office supplies. The best thing about this set is it keeps everything in one place versus having several items scattered on my desk or in my drawers. Additionally, the design inspires how to make a dashboard for my planner and organizing stickies (more on that in another post). It's a real shame the book isn't refillable. No doubt I'll be able to re-purpose it once it's empty.
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