You all know that I love my planner, right? :) I’ve been on the hunt for the perfect planner or planner inserts for over a year. I was frustrated that I wasn’t able to find inserts that I liked. I wanted something stripped back and simple. No frills, but well designed. And with all the sections I needed and the format I wanted. So I decided to design them myself.
I’ve used my custom inserts for about eight months now and I really love them. :)
A few months ago I asked on Facebook and Instagram if anyone would be interested in buying my inserts and there were quite a few of you who said yes. So here we are! Today I have my inserts ready for you guys.
In the video below I show you what my inserts look like in my planner. The ones I use are customized to what I need. However, I wanted you all to be able to edit the weekly pages to your needs as well. That’s why I evened out the sections, took off all the text, and made the PDFs editable. You can fill in your own info! Essentially you can customize your own inserts and then print out what you need. Please watch the video below to see how to edit the inserts.
NOTE: These inserts are sized to be printed on 8.5″ x 11″ paper and then cut in half. They fit inside an A5 planner, or half letter size planner. I am currently using Cougar Super Smooth 28/70 lb. paper for my printed inserts. I find this paper holds up extremely well and I love the smooth feel of it. After printing and cutting in half, I punch my inserts using this punch.
Click HERE to see all insert options
(new colors & layouts added 6/9/2015)
Enjoy! And if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. :)
You’ll also need Adobe Reader to view the PDF files. Download it for free here.
NOTE: Depending on how you pay through PayPal (credit card vs. e-check), you might be able to download the zip file containing the PDFs immediately after submitting payment. If not presented with the opportunity to download immediately, a download link will be emailed to your PayPal email address. The system is automated, so requests for the PDF to be sent to a different email address cannot be accommodated. Thanks!
Here’s a look into my planner and a how-to for the editable files…
Watch video below | Watch at YouTube