Hey planner nerds!
I’m so proud to show you all the details of my big planner release for 2015: The Floral Day Planner Collection.
The Floral Day Planner Collection is a simple and pretty way to customize your planner. It’s a collection of printable pages in different styles to accommodate your specific needs.
- Year Overview on two pages
- Month on two pages
- Week on two pages
- Week per page
- Day planner (day per page – both single and double-sided versions)
- Ruled notepaper
- Squared notepaper
- Blank notepaper
- Checklists / to-do lists
- A guide to paper sizes and printing how-to
- Lovely watercolor florals
- High-quality print-ready PDFs
- Monday to Sunday versions
- Sunday to Saturday versions
- Prints on A4 paper
- Prints on Letter-size paper
- Dates from October 1st 2014 to December 31st 2015 (so you can start using them now!)
Let’s look at the two sizes available…
I’ve very appropriately been using the Floral Day Planner pages in Personal Size for my personal stuff.
Here’s an overview of all the pages in the collection and what they look like in Personal size:
The Year Overview and the Month on Two Pages. There’s room to write a couple of things on each date – and nice long lines for easy writing too.
The Week Per Page offers a great overview over 14 days at a time. If you have less items you want to list, this is the perfect option (and the one I’m using!).
If you have more stuff you want to note each day you can go with the Week on Two Pages option. Here’s plenty of room to write to-dos and decorate, and even a little notes section for every week. Maybe put a motivational quote there or note something that’s going on in that entire week – not on a specific day.
The Day Planner Pages are awesome for planning your day in great detail. There’s so much room to write to-dos and to sketch out ideas. Journal your thoughts, stamp out checklists and whatever else you can think of.
And of course there’s extras. They’re undated and perfect for projects, lists and all the other stuff you want to keep on hand in your planner. Keep a couple of each design for notes and ideas.
There’s the great little Checklists style with just eight boxes so you’re less prone to overbook yourself and get ‘to-do list overwhelm’ (it’s a thing!). There’s also the Lined, Squared and Blank pages for all your notes.
Here are all the pages and what they look like in the A5 size of the Floral Day Planner Collection.
I’m so into planning my creative projects/work in this bigger size. I’ve got so much room to write and plan out stuff!
Here’s a closer look at the Yeah Overview and the Month on Two Pages.
I love having two long lines per day in the month to jot down things. It’s all the room I need for scheduling blog posts and other bigger creative projects. This also ensures that I don’t overbook myself!
Again, you have plenty of options for planning out your days in greater detail, whether you prefer the 14 day overview in the Week Per Page style, the extra space in the Week on Two Pages inserts or you wanna go all out detailed and have room for even more decoration and doodling on the Day Planner Pages.
I use the Day Planner Pages for all my daily to-dos and sketches. I love that I get to turn the page every day and don’t have to be faced with yesterday’s or tomorrow’s tasks. It helps me focus.
Last but not least is the undated pages in A5 size. The Checklists page hold up to ten items with so much room to describe your task. Really handy if you like to be specific, like me.
The Squared, Lined and Blank note pages houses all your random thoughts, sketches and lists.
I’ve only recently gotten into printing my own planner pages and I promise you, it’s not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, if you buy the Floral Day Planner Collection from me and discover that printing at home really isn’t working out for you I’ll refund your purchase, no questions asked. I have that much faith in this product.
I’ve taken the greatest of care to ensure that the files are absolutely print-ready so you don’t have to mess around in your print menu more than necessary. I’ve also described in the guide that comes with the collection how to print on both sides, how to print particular sections of a document and what paper sizes are right for you.
I hope you’ll love the Floral Day Planner Collection as much as I do. I’m super particular with the quality of the printables I share with you and it’s been a labour of love.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great Saturday!