Hey you guys! I’m excited to be able to post here on P & P! Did you guys get your Productive & Pretty Planner yet? If not, then what’s your hold up?
If you’re still waiting on your P & P planner then no worries. You can try these things in your Leuchtturm Bujo or any journal you use, but for the sake of this article I’m going to focus on my P & P planner.
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When you get your planner then you automatically get a weekly layout spread done for you and if you view my prior post, I shared how to decorate your P & P planner weekly spread. This time I want to talk about those blank pages in the back and what you can do with them.
1. Motivational Quote
It’s sweater weather ya’ll! I decided to sketch up a fox and add it to my bujo with a motivational quote. In fact, if you aren’t the type of person who needs a bunch of collections in your bujo then you can fill all the blank pages with motivational quotes. I really do think that having a bujo that inspires you to be your best is so important. So, fill up those blank pages with words that are gonna get you moving so you can set the world on fire with your awesomeness!
2. Art Journal Page(s)
Dude I’m so late! But I just realized I love scrapbooking paper! I’m “tardy to the party!” I recently went to Michaels (you guys know about Michaels and their infamous coupons!) and I picked up two scrapbooking paper packages and then I went to Tuesday Morning recently and picked up another set. Art journaling in your P & P planner is so much fun. Not only do I not have to stress out about designing my weekly spread but I have enough space in the back of the planner to express myself and write out my feelings.
3. Appointments / Events
Maybe the weekly layout spread may not be enough room to write out all your appointments or events. You can use the blank pages in the back to write all these things out. I’m a mom of 6 kiddos and so appointments are always and forever a part of my life. But I personally don’t want all my appointments on my weekly spread. So, here’s an idea for you guys. Using your bujo key, have a symbol particularly for appointments. Use that simple on your weekly layout and then go to the back of your P & P planner and write out the appointment.
4. Paint & Lettering
The paper in the P & P planner is so awesome for this. If you’ve been itching to try watercolor painting, or acrylic paint in your planner but not sure if it’s gonna leak through then itch no more! Break out your coupons from the craft store and get your paint ready. I had the pleasure of using my acrylic paint to decorate.
Ok friends, tell me how you decorate the blank pages of your P & P planner?