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I’ve almost finished sharing my prizes from the stationery giveaway and for my second to last post about it I’m sharing my prize from Open Quote Designs an Etsy store that sells printable planner inserts.
I’ve never tried printing my own inserts before so I was really pleased about this part of the prize. It took me ages to decide which inserts I wanted from Open Quote as there are so many things I would like to add to my planner.
I decided to choose a mix of A5 and personal sized printables and went for
- A personal sized basic planner kit; this has daily, weekly and monthly diaries, to do lists, project planners, bill trackers, password logs, menu planners, recipe cards and notes.
- A personal sized productivity planner kit; this has daily and weekly dockets and get stuff done pages for keeping track of important notes.
- An A5 sized kitchen planner kit; this has planner covers, recipe cards, kitchen inventory sheets, favourite restaurant sheets and notes.
- An A5 sized expense tracker.
All 4 items were sent to me as a PDF file through an Etsy message so I can go in and print them as often as I want. My first attempt at cutting and hole-punching what I printed hasn’t been totally successful (that’s why I’ve used the store images in my post!) But I’m hoping practice makes perfect with them and next time I’ll have much straighter lines.
Printable planner inserts are a brilliant idea, you can print out the inserts year after year so there’s no need to keep buying them each New Year and you can print and arrange them however you’d like and make your own perfect planner.
If you’re looking to try your own printable planner inserts make sure you check out Open Quote Designs on Etsy.