Hello, Its Charlie from seasaltandpaper.com! I don't know about you, but now that Halloween is over and Christmas is only around the corner I'm thinking about my planner set up for 2016. I've decided on using one planner, yes you read that correctly, one planner only for 2016. Next year I'm using a faux dori with a vintage feel and my September stationery Brimbles Box contained everything I needed to get it all setup. Don't you just love it when you revisit your stash and you realise you have everything you could possibly need!?
My faux dori fits cahier size inserts and luckily this 2016 diary which I picked up in TXMaxx fits perfectly inside along with two Moleskin notebooks.
I will more than likely want to take the diary out and chuck into my bag without the notebooks so the first thing I needed to make was a pocket in the back to hold some spare sticky notes and notepaper. The paper pack which came in the September box is so pretty I couldn't decide which print to use - in the end I went with the floral paper.
I love how cute the tin pins are, again so fitting considering my theme and super easy to turn into paper clips. Here I've simply peeled them off the card and used the plastic backing to cover the sticky pad behind.
My notebooks got a quick spruce with some of the stickers from the box. The rest I've kept back to use for my weekly page decoration.
I made a page marker by laminating one of the journaling cards and added a yarn tassel - because I'm still very much obsessed with adding a tassel to everything!
I laminated a smaller one too and made it into a washi on-the-go card. The geometric and floral mix is just so pretty and matches the diary perfectly.
The cute vintage pen is the icing on the cake and finished off my decorating spree nicely. Dare I say it but I may be ready to go!
There are so many things I haven't got around to using yet, September's box was filled with so many goodies! It will all go back in my stash ready for when inspiration hits me. I love the stationery Brimbles box it really does leave it open for you to decide what to make from it. Who knew that I'd be in a vintage kind of mood in December!?