"Oh, MINI, you're so fine...
...you're so fine you blow my mind, HEY MINI! HEY MINI!"
Oh, planner babes, the MINI Happy Planner™ is here, and it's awesome! We've seen so many of your cute minis getting decked out for December, that we thought we'd share a couple of weekly layouts from a few in our crew too!
Design Team member Katie Barton (IG | blog) created a super cute and functional red & green themed week by using only one sheet from the 'Color-Coordinated' sticker value pack, while mambi Design Team member Michelle Weissert (IG | blog) broke into the winter pages of the 'Seasonal' sticker value pack to 'Christmas' up her weekly spread.
Doing More with Less in the MINI Happy Planner™ by Katie Barton
About these page, Katie writes:
"For this Christmas week in my MINI Happy Planner™, I was inspired to try doing more with less. I regularly see planner newbies asking how to get started without spending a lot of money right out of the gate. It's easier to get started than you might think, because you don't need a huge stash to create a cute layout you love! To decorate this week, I only used stickers from the 'Color-Coordinated' sticker value pack.
I challenged myself to make this work, but it really wasn't much of a challenge. This value pack has everything you need for a really awesome, complete layout. One trick I used: I trimmed a few full box stickers so I could use them as an accent more like washi. You can see this in the red and white stripes at the top of each page, and the green and white stripes in the opposite corners."
Getting Christmasy in the MINI Happy Planner™ by Michelle Weissert
About these pages, Michelle writes:
"Here is my first holiday week in my 'Happy Blooms' MINI Happy Planner™ using pages from the MINI Six-Month Extension Pack. I'm falling more and more in love with the minis like I'm sure you all are too! They're just so convenient for jotting down a couple of main points to focus on through the week, dropping it in your purse, and going! I had so much fun with this layout, especially creating the DecoPen border."