Here is an elegant, yet simple way to decorate your fall planner page using stickers and embossed fall leaf stamps!
I’m a little behind on my DIY planner calendar page for next month. Since fall starts in September, I figured classy, yet simple leaf motif would be perfect.
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These sticker books from Scrapbook.com made creating this fall leaf planner page super easy. The sticker book is black, rose gold and blush and has some fun sentiments as well as a ton of individual letter stickers in a couple different colors and sizes, as well as the some boxes with pretty borders. These stickers are perfect for scrapbooking, card making and of course, planners!
I printed out my blank monthly calendar pages (you can get your own HERE) and started putting on the stickers. I created the month and year to appear like drop shadows by putting the black stickers down first and then the rose gold stickers on top, just slightly offset. I LOVE the way it looks.
The Jumbo Cling Leaves stamps are from Stampendous and I have had them for a long time. They are very well loved and used, and I should probably invest in a new set. I used the Distress Embossing ink because it’s clear and then used an embossing powder called Flurries. I didn’t have any blush or rose gold colored embossing powder, but the flurries is kind of a champagne color with little tiny flecks of gold and it is so classy. I love the look of the leaves being very fall-like, but completely understated.
I do use a stamping platform when using these stamps because I get clearer marks and more accurate placement, but you can totally do this without.
After heating the embossed stamps on the pages, I used one of the rose gold bordered stickers to write ‘thoughts’ using a Tombow Fudenosuke Soft pen. There is plenty of space to write notes, thoughts or whatever else comes to mind!
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