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My Filofax Week #26

This weeks theme: Vintage, old-fashioned, distressed 

Items used:
  • Personal Bright Purple Saffiano Filofax Organiser
  • Plain Filofax Notepaper in Cotton Cream
  • Washi Tape - all tapes used were purchased from Michael's craft store
  • Tim Holtz - Distress Ink  in Walnut Stain
  • Blending Tool 
  • Kaisercraft Clear Stamps - 75 cents
  • Clear Acrylic Stamp Block by Making Memories
  • Versafine Onyx Black Ink
  • Post-itNotes
  • Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch 
  • Dear Lizzy Date Stamp 
Pens used: MUJI erasable pen 0.5mm - Purple

"Desire is the key to motivation, but it's determination and commitment to and unrelenting pursuit of your goal - a commitment to excellence - that will enable you to attain the success you seek." - Mario Andretti

This quote has come into play so many times this week. At the end of last week, I felt that I need to change things up a bit with how I was using my planner. I had a creative drive to try new things. So, I thought of what I could do if I had a blank slate, so I used blank Filofax paper for this week.  

I also decided to stop using my Franklin Covey month on two pages in Simplicity. No matter how much Washi tape I used, it just didn't look any better.

So, I ordered these Kokeshi notebooks on Etsy from  FilofaxCharm. I was inspired by my friends on Instagram - Candy and Nonnt
I removed the seams and cut apart the pages, punched holes and placed them into my organiser. 

 I drew in the name of the month as well as the lines to create a calendar.

On another note, I received some goodies from a sweet person in Germany! I will be sharing my video of all those goodies soon. I also was lent a Filofax by another sweet friend from Instagram - Ellenie. She was kind enough to lend me Celine - her Personal Adelphi in Damson. 

Hope you all had a great week!


  1. Lovf the distressed week. It's quite different from your usual pages but really beautiful.

  2. I like the diary pages! Definitely stand out!
    Also love the monthly pages, and I'm very tempted to buy those notebooks!

  3. I love your Vintage, old-fashioned, distressed look. It's probably the nicest pages I've ever seen.

  4. LOVE how the monthlies turned out. Real cute!


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