Haunted Planning

October 07 2019 – Amber Crowell

Haunted Planning
Haunted Planning
  1. Hi friends, it’s Kylie ) back with you today with some more fun planner inspiration. With Halloween just around the corner I couldn’t resist setting up my planner for October with a spooky theme. Halloween isn’t huge here in Australia and not really recognised but that doesn’t mean I can’t go a little crazy in my planner….(and I usually do!)

    I decided I wanted to work in my beautiful A5 Grape planner and I have teamed it with the cute ‘Say Cheese Halloween’ collection by Simple Stories. The colour of my planner was perfect with this range and I’d like to share some of my most favourite parts of my October with you all today.

    I just loved all of the 3 x 4 and 4 x 4 element sheets and have filled my pockets with some of my favourites. There were so many cute icons and phrases. Since my planner stays open on my desk I love the fun element my pockets gives as well as loads of colour.

    As always, I created some of my own customised dividers for October combining lots of the papers, die cuts and stickers to each of them.

    Since I love to have each month jam packed with cuteness, I have added lots of inspiration dividers to my planner also. The Happy Kids die cut pack was so cute and perfect for adding to these pages.

    I used some of the numbers from the number’s sticker tablet as dates to my monthly overview pages. I then added more of the die cuts and stickers to complete my page. It is all set to start writing in those important reminders.

    I try to add a different inspiration divider between each section of my planner. Sometimes I will add tabs to them but for October I have left them without.

    I’m using the horizontal weekly inserts for October. These give me plenty of room for writing my weekly schedule. They also provide space for adding more cute elements from this collection. I added more of the number stickers as my dates and couldn’t resist some of the stamps from the Say Cheese Halloween collection. I couldn’t get enough of the cute spider’s web stamp.

    Using some of the Snap pocket pages I made some cute shaker cards. I cut apart some of the 3 x 4 elements before slipping them into a pocket page. I then cut them apart, added some sequins before sealing with my heat seal tool. I love how these both look!

    I have a feeling I am going to keep adding to my planner throughout October. So much cuteness! I hope my planner has given you some inspiration for your own Halloween planning.

    Until next time,



    Grape A5 planner

    Horizontal A5 inserts

    11000 Say Cheese Halloween Collection Kit

    11019 Say Cheese Halloween Icon Bits & Pieces

    11020 Say Cheese Halloween Happy Kids Bits & Pieces

    11021 Say Cheese Halloween Stamps

    2005 3x4/4x6 Pocket Pages