Thursday, May 28, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Here's another planner inspiration. I was inspired by the Citrus Collection to create this Watermelon one! It's up in my Etsy shop now!

As for the supplies I used:
1.Clipboard and Sticky Notes- Michaels
2. Alphabet Stickers - JoAnns
3. Watermelon Stamp - Michaels
4. Flower Cabachons - Hobby Lobby
5. Pink Washi Tape - Hema
6. Grid Washi Tape - Studio G - Meijer
7. Striped Washi Tape - JoAnns
8. Watermelon Stickers - My Etsy Shop
9. Uni-ball Signo Pens - Target


Here's a quick look at how I used the Planner Inspiration on my Erin Condren.

Thanks for stopping by! If you decide to use this planner inspiration in your planner, please let me know! I would love to see it!

Happy Planning!!!

Friday, May 22, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Okay, here we go! I kept this one pretty simple just because I knew I was going to be using a lot of my stickers in this one.

The supplies I used were:
1. Rope - Michaels
2. Pink Washi - Etsy
3. Gray Chevron Washi - Meijer
4. Pink and Teal Striped Washi - Michaels
5. Squid Charm - My sister!
6. Anchor Paper Clip - I made from supplies from Hobby Lobby
7. Small Seahorse Pouch - Hobby Lobby
8. Sticker Sheet - My Etsy Shop
9. Notepad (Studio 112) - Jo-Anns
10. Papermate Flair - Target
11. Pilot G2 - Target

As you can tell from this photo, I actually used stickers from the entire Nautical line, not just the main sheet. I love this theme!

And this is just another view of the spread.

I hope you liked everything and please let me know if you use this planner inspiration!

Happy Planning!

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Here we go again! Another Planner Inspiration for you! I seriously think that I'm addicted to this. :)

We can all thank my sister, Tracey, for this one. She wanted a citrus theme and I slowly started falling in love with the idea. So here we go!

Products used:
1. Scotch Washi Tape - Scallop Stripe - Meijer
2. Studio G Washi Tape - Orange and White - Meijer
3. Paper Tape - Yellow - Target
4. K&Company - Green and White Studio 112 Washi Tape - Jo-Anns
5. Stamps - Studio G - Michaels
6. Memento Ink - Yellow - Michaels
7. Studio G - Sticky Notes - Michaels
8. Paper Studios - Green and Orange Clips - Hobby Lobby
9. Orange Polymer Clay - From my sister!
10. Green Envelope - Hobby Lobby
12. Papermate Flair Pen - Orange - Target
13. Mechanical Pencil - Target
14. Green Pen - Target

And here's how I used it!

I'm a pretty private person, so I don't really include any information until after I post pictures.

If you're interested in the citrus stickers, they will be posted on my Etsy shop tomorrow! Here's a sneak peek at all four designs in the collection. I have a little something for everyone. 
  1. Citrus - You'll get everything from half fruit slices, splashes, banners, dots, etc.
  2. EC Box Fillers - You can either write on them or leave them blank to fill up boxes when you don't have much going on. There are also a couple list banners in there.
  3. Dots - 3/8'' dots for list making or important even markers
  4. Hole Reinforcers - I didn't forget about my ring bound friends! These hole reinforcers are 1/2'' wide and the center hold measures 1/4''.

This also sparked a watermelon series... which I'll post when I'm finished! :) I never knew I would be excited about fruit stickers!

Please let me know if you are interested in seeing something else! I am happy to take suggestions.

Also, don't forget to let me know if you use this planner inspiration. I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Another planner inspiration for everyone! I hope you're liking them as much as I am. I seriously love putting them together. :) Here it is down below.

Supply List:
1. Scotch Expressions Washi Tapes - Meijer
2. Yellow Washi Tape - Etsy Shop
3. Clipboard with Sticky Notes - Michaels (I mixed up two different sets to get this one)
4. Resin Flowers - Hobby Lobby
5. Post It Page Flags - Staples
6. Hema Sticky Note/Page Flag - Etsy Shop
7. Cloud Sticky Note - Jo-Anns
8. Bee Stickers - My Etsy Shop
9. Mechanical Pencil - Target
10. Papermate Flair Pen (Yellow) - Target

And here's what I did with it! I decided to show my Erin Condren Life Planner as it is a fun planner to decorate. Pst... Any extra stickers you may see will be up in my Etsy shop tomorrow!

Thanks for stopping by! Remember, if you use this planner inspiration, please let me know! I would love to see what you make of it. Just because I'm using it for next week doesn't mean you can't use it in August. They're out there for you to use whenever! 

Oh! Don't forget that tomorrow my Etsy shop, Interrobang Designs, is opening up! Please stop by and take a look around. Maybe you'll see something that you'll want to buy... :)

Happy Planning!!!

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Here's another planner inspiration for everyone!

I have such a fun time putting these together!!! Last week, I felt that my planner was a little over crowded so I decided to simplify it this time around.

My list of supplies are pretty simple this time around.
1. Journaling Cards - Hobby Lobby
2. Clipboard with Sticky Notes - Michaels
3. Washi Tape - Etsy Store, Hobby Lobby and Target
4. Page Flags - Jo-Ann
5. Clothes Pin - Hobby Lobby
6. Pen - Target

And of course, I have a quick pic of how I used the planner inspiration in both my Erin Condren...

And my Webster's Pages Color Crush planner!!!

 Thanks for stopping by! If you use any of my planner inspirations for yourself, please send me a link or tag me on Instagram @interrobangDesigns. 

PS: I started a Facebook Page for my soon to open Etsy shop. Please check it out for some sneak peeks!!!

Thanks and happy planning!

May Planner Inspiration

Here's another planner inspiration for you! This one I am using for the month of May. Really, This was inspired by the Target page flags... :)

Here we go for supplies:
1. Notepad - Michaels
2. Sticky Notes - Target
3. Washi Tape - Target and an Etsy Store
4. Clip - Hobby Lobby
5. Page Flags - Target

And here's a quick look on how I used the inspiration in my monthy spread.

I love it! Sorry I didn't add any details as of right now, but I don't want to give anything away... :) There are a lot of things happening in May for me and I can't wait to share them with you!!!

Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Planning!!!

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Planner Inspiration

Here's what I used for next week's spread in my planner.

I wanted to feature the carnival washi tape because I know it's so popular right now... and I managed to pick some up last week! Also, I was trying to make it as simple as possible, but it didn't turn out that way. :)

Here's where I recieved everything:
        a. Gray and orange washi tapes
        b. Hema sticky note set
2. Staples
        a. Carnival washi tape
3. Target
        a. Colorful dot washi tape
        b. Page flags
4. Michaels
        a. Stamps
        b. Memento dew drop (Teal Zeal)
5. Hobby Lobby
        a. Pink/magenta sticky notes
6. Jo-anns (I think...)
        a. Sticker sheet

I'm not quite sure about the sticker sheet. I know it was a craft store... I just don't completely know for sure which one.

Below is an example of how I used everything.


This is obviously before I wrote anything down. I have a pretty good idea of how next week will look for me, so I put things in according to that.

That's it for now. Thanks for stopping by!!! If you use this planner inspiration for your planning, please let me know here on the blog or on Instagram (@interrobangdesigns)! I would love to see it. :) 

Happy planning!!!

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Planner Inspiration

I post planner inspiration pics on my Instagram account. If anyone is interested in following me, I have a link above! :)

Anyway, I decided to extend this to my blog. I will post some detail on where I purchased everything for those that are interested in buying some yourself. I'll include links if I can.

1. Pink Cupcake Sticky Notes - Target
2. Teal Frame Sticky Notes - Hobby Lobby
3. Sticko Stickers -
4. Teal Clip - Hobby Lobby
5. Clothespin - Jo-Anns
6. Pink Wash Tape - Etsy Store
7. Teal Washi Tape - Michaels
8. Gray Washi Tape - Etsy Store
9. Cupcake Washi - Meijer
10. Get It Done Notepad - Jo-Anns
11. Sticky Note Clipboard - Michaels

Okay, now that you know where I got everything, I'll show you what I've done with the inspiration! Here's a quick overview of what my week will look like before I put down my actual information.

If you decide to use this planner inspiration, please let me know! I would love to see it!!! You can leave a link below or tag me on Instagram!

Happy Planning!

Monday, April 6, 2015

Planner Setup

Here's a quick look at my new color crush planner from Webster's Pages. I was super excited when it got here on Saturday. I started setting it up and wanted to give everyone a quick view of it. :) For those that are wondering, I purchased my planner here from A Cherry On Top.

I don't have a lot of supplies in my planner. I typically decorate it the week before when I post my planner inspiration pics on Instagram. Oh! Speaking of that, starting this week, I'll post them on the blog as well with more detail on where I purchased everything.

Anyway, I do keep a few basics in my planner, stickers, washi tape, page flags and sticky notes. I also keep a few of my business cards and some paperclips. I'm actually making some paperclips now for this particular planner.

When I received this planner, It came with dividers and inserts. Although I liked them I put them aside for now and made my own. I did keep a couple of things such as this vellum quote. I love quotes!

Here's a quick overview of the inserts that I created. :) I used the Hey Sailor paperpack that I found at Jo-ann's. I LOVE that line so much! I have a lot of plans for it.

I did keep the calendar inserts that came with the planner. I like inserts that are fairly plain so I can decorate them as I wish. These inserts fit the bill.

I did create a folder for my planner. I will be making several versions for my Etsy shop in case you're interested. :)

For the back of the planner, I have the Webster's Pages notepad that came with it. Definitely useful to jot down some things that I want to remember. I also keep some stickers back there.

I'm still playing around with it. We'll see if I end up changing it around... lol. Of course I will.  :) That's part of the fun, right?

Sunday, March 22, 2015

DIY Wall Panels

When I moved into my new apartment in October 2014, I bought everything brand new. It cost more than I care to admit, but I wanted a fresh start. That being said, I decided to DIY as many home decor pieces as I could.

A while back, I posted the picture below on Instagram. I think it was the first DIY project I had in my apartment. Several people have asked me about it and I decided to show you how I did it. It's very easy and inexpensive (depending on your choice of fabric).

Since then, I've had some questions on how I made them. To be honest, it's very simple! Here's a quick run down on it.

- Fabric
- Foam Boards (4)
- Spray Adhesive
- Scissors
- Screws or command strips (to hand on the wall)

To give you and idea on what I was working with, I have a 42'' TV. I did end up cutting my boards down to 26''x18'' in order to fit what I had in mind.

Remember to iron out the fabric to remove any wrinkles or creases. 

Next, lay out one panel of fabric that measures about 1'' longer on each side. Mine turned out to be 28''x20''. Lay the front of fabric laying face down and spray the adhesive on the fabric. (It is probably a good idea to do this outside, I may or may not have done that...) I'm actually taking pictures after the fact, but you get the idea.

Place the foam board on the fabric and press down. I recommend smoothing out the front of the panel after placing it down to make sure it looks okay. Then, you can cut the corners at a diagonal to make folding the fabric down to the back of the board easier. You might need more adhesive for this part.

Once you have all four panels, you can hang them on the wall! My TV was already up and I was able to use the wall mount as a guide on where to place the panels. I did use screws to mount the panels as I couldn't get the command strips to work on the wall. If you use screws, punching holes through the foam and fabric before screwing it is highly recommended! Also, an extra pair of hands is very helpful. :)

Here's what it looks like now. I used fabric, but you can totally make it with gift wrap or anything else. My mind is on gift wrap as I just used it to cover a wall (post coming soon!)

If you decide to make this, please leave a comment below or leave a comment on my Instagram (@InterrobangDesigns) so I can see it!

PS: I don't always have a drill on my shelf. That's just leftover from another project...

Thanks for stopping by! What kind of projects are you working on?