Complete 2-page weekly spread – before the pen
I’ll get into the details of the headers and background in the other two images.
Some of the stamps shown here aren’t available at SB.com, but you can find them at the Sweet Stamp Shop.
All of the inks and the stencil are available on SB.com.
Please excuse some of the messy stamping – I literally received my Tim Holtz Stamping Platform by Tonic MINUTES after completing this layout (and what a surprise that was – it wasn’t supposed to arrive until the 17th)!
The color palette: I wanted to invoke a summer feel, so I started with yellow as my primary color (which doesn’t show up well on white, sadly), and added its secondary colors of orange and green. The stamping was done in Ranger Archival inks, and the background was done with Tim Holtz Distress Inks and a blending tool.
The way I plan my weeks is to identify certain priority projects for the week (which get listed in the lower right corner), social media objectives for the week (which I track in the lower left corner), and on days when there’s something scheduled for a particular time, or if there’s something important about that day, it gets its own box right below the day/date.
This week, I’m experimenting with adding daily bullet journaling in my weekly spread, so the weekly spread won’t get too far into the weeds.