Planners and Journals was a shop I’ve been watching out for since the last part of last year. I was so amused about the idea of their planner kits and saw how amazing it all looked like in their photos. Back then I didn’t have any ringed planners so I wasn’t able to get at least one kit for myself.
When I got the chance to order this year, I grabbed it. So I got their February Kit and like a little girl, I really got all giddy when the package from them arrived. And boy was I really excited that the kit’s theme was CUPCAKES! I love love love cupcakes!
Let’s take a look at what was included in the kit, shall we?
Up until now, I actually haven’t opened this. I don’t really use pencils nowadays but I’m going to save this up for when I need it.
I’m starting to love bejeweled pens lately. This cute pen is a fine addition to my growing collection. I already have a blue and gold one which I bought from a Korean store in Farmer’s, Cubao. For the week that I used the PnJ February Kit for my spread, I actually used this pen.
It’s my first time to have a decotape. I’ve been hoarding some washi tapes, stickers, and stamps, but don’t regularly see a decotape so I got really stoked when I saw this in the kit. I immediately tested it when I got it and I loved the cute design!
The inserts were really pretty! It came with notes and undated WO2P inserts but when I tried them on Phasma, they were quite big. So I haven’t had the chance to really use them yet. I already used a bit from the notes section to practice my brush lettering recently.
I loved the little cupcake ephemeras. I was able to use them on my spread and on the dividers I made for Padme. All the cupcakes were designed in a different way and they were all so cute!
The cookies actually tasted good! I was actually contemplating whether or not I should eat because both of them looked so cute but I still gave in. LOL.
If I’m not mistaken, the clear stamp included for the kit is a Heidi Swapp Always clear stamp. I was really happy I got to add this in my clear stamps collection. I also used them for my spread and still use them every now and then for DIY projects I make for myself.
The cardstocks included in the kit were what I used to design the dividers of my Padme (I’ll be writing a post later on about that). It was amazing to use them to make dividers for a pocket planner because I was able to really utilize it!
|World of Fraffee Stickers|
These World Of Fraffee stickers were a perfect match for the kit! I certainly loved the hexas and all the cupcake thing going on. Although the page flag stickers were a bit big for my inserts, I was still able to use ’em! I also love the border stickers that were included since I was able to use them as a substitute for washi tapes!
So how was I able to use all of these to design my weekly spread? Well, voila!
Week 8/52 of 2016: Week 4 of February: What I used for this week’s spread. @plannersandjournals February Kit with @theworldoffraffee stickers Stamps from the said kit Paper Clips from Paper Joy PH @studio_l2e List It: Lines Memento in Desert Sand The weekend went by so fast and I almost forgot it’s Monday tom! 😂 #planner #plannerph #plannercommunity #plannercommunityph #pcph #thePHplanningsociety #tpps #websterspages #websterspagesph #colorcrushplanner #weeklyspread #planneraddict #planneraddictph #plannerjunkie #plannerjunkieph #thepaperjunkieplans #plannernerd #plannernerdph #tpjplans #plannergirl #plannergirlph #phasmathepersonalwp #cupcakes
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Disclaimer: I wasn’t compensated to write this post. I purchased from them and this post reflects my personal opinion and views about this kit.