I ordered my Happy Planner during last months Blitsy sale. While I was waiting for it to ship I did manage to find some goodies at my local Dollar Tree, Michaels & Staples.
Our Michaels didn't start carrying the Happy Planner until a couple weeks after I placed my order but I'm happy to say they now have a great selection off add-ons and I can use coupons for them.
I love the arc punch from Staples. I bought some 6x8 pocket pages and I can add them to the Happy Planner by covering the holes with Washi Tape and then use the Arc punch.
I tested it out with one of the Heidi Swapp Project Life cards and it worked great.
I added it into my weekly spread as a book mark.
There are tons of great printables out there, many of them free.
I found the Mason Jar printable in one of the Facebook Groups that I joined.
I also ordered these great planner stamps from StudioL2E.
Here's my first layout in my Happy Planner. I'm using it mostly as a planner and will add in some pictures and journaling as I go. I've seen a lot of cute planner layouts that are more memory keeping/journaling but I needed a place where I could keep track of appointments and thought this would work well - no more loose pieces of paper or random notes in my phone.
I used some retired Stampin' Up cardstock and a co-ordinating stamp for my meal planning area. I used the StudioL2E stamps for my dailies and then added in some CTMH Coral Shimmer Trim.
My second week and it was Canadian Thanksgiving this week, so I used up some scraps of
CTMH Pathfinding (retired) cardstock.
I used some free Thanksgiving Cricut cuts that were featured in
Design Space this week and added some CTMH Bronze Shimmer Trim
for sparkle, and a couple of shiny stickers from my stash.
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