Oct 012014

Today I suddenly remembered that I hadn’t printed off the final month of this year for my A5 planner.  I’d made it a few weeks ago, got distracted then wondered where it was when I attempted to add an entry this morning!

I have an image for each month of the year ready made now so it is now on my Must Do list (as opposed to To Do) for next week to get all of 2015 month to view done for both A5 and Personal sizes.  These will be available free in my store as soon as they’re ready.

Credit for the calendar work goes to Ray Blake and Steve Morton for all their hard work.

month on 2 pages planner

December 2014

Sep 022014

…time to print off October and November month to view pages.   I love the colours of these and now I’ve moved my planner into the recently acquired Gigliodoro Divino, the colours look just perfect in there.


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Jul 012014

Yesterday ended my FC Blooms diary so today, I started using the free Jul 14 – Dec 15 inserts that came with a Paperchase organiser I bought earlier this year.

On the first day, today, I opened my planner and almost had a panic attack – NO MONTH TO VIEW!!  I hadn’t realised just how much I’d come to rely on being able to see the whole month at a glance, in addition to the more detailed information I was writing on the rest of the DO2P diary.    I can live without the DO2P space but seriously not my month to view.

However, this was easily remedied by taking the free printable MO2P diary from phILOFAXY blog and overlaying them onto a pretty background I made, changing the hue of the background image for each month.  I shall be making more of these for the remaining 15 months that my Paperchase calendar has to run, using different background images and colours to suit the seasons.

month to view


… and now, peace, calm and order have been restored

May 182014

As I only tend to use a calendar in my pocket organisers as a quick glance overview, I really only need month on 2 pages for a calendar.   As the binder is green leather embossed with roses I designed these inserts with a creamy green mottled background with pink and green roses on the left and a small rosebud branch on the right.  The grid and text are also green using a colour picked from the rose leaves.

I left them undated as it’s easy to just “fill in the blanks” each month 🙂

I think they go together perfectly.

mo2p inserts