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Planning Made Easy with Sweet Stamp Shop

I am very proud to announce that I have been offered to be a creative contributor for Sweet Stamp Shop. I found out about Sweet Stamp Shop sometime last year and fell in love with their stamps. The Sweet Stamp shop offers wonderful stamp designs which are unique and great to use for scrapbooking, project life, card making, and other paper crafts. Most wonderful of all, is they have a great variety of stamps for all you planner lovers out there! I had the great opportunity of meeting Mr. and Mrs. Sweet (Jacob and Nicole Rixon) at this year's CHA. They are just as sweet and spunky as their stamps! I am excited to work with their amazing team to share with you their wonderful products!

As I mentioned in my previous post, I began the year using an Erin Condren Life Planner. This planner has lots of room to write and stamp in. I do not use this planner how it was intended. Instead, I blocked off the sections with washi tape, and created my own sections. One section that I have created, is by using the Plan To Clean stamps, which are helpful when you are trying to keep up with housework and chores! I have found that using Pigment and Chalk Inks work best when stamping in my planner.  

I love creating To Do lists, using the Plan Everyday Stamps. You can create the list as long or as short as you want. Using the same set, I used the AM stamp to mark off work days above each day. This makes it easy to stay on top of tasks that need to be done. Those AM/PM stamps are also useful to keep track of appointments and events during the day. 

I can keep track of my meals or even create a menu for the week using stamps from Plan to Eat. At the bottom of the page, I used the glasses to keep track of my water intake. I admit, I am not very good at drinking water. This stamp is the perfect size to put at that bottom section of the Erin Condren Life Planner. I like using stamps because I can color coordinate the ink pad color with the decorating I have used in my planner. Since it is the month of February, I am using lots of pinks! I really love using color in my planner to brighten up the pages. It also helps to give me motivation instead of looking at a chaotic week ahead. 

​Stamp Sets used: Plan Everyday, Plan to EatPlan To Clean.

What are your favorite types of stamps you like to use in your planner? Sentiments, words, or those cute icons? Is there a stamp you would like to see that hasn't been made yet and feel would help you plan ​better? ​For more inspiration on how to use stamps in your planner, please check out my wonderful tutorials on YouTube. Make sure to stay tuned for all the new stamp releases coming up soon by following Sweet Stamp Shop on Facebook and Instagram!  

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Sweet Stamp Shop. All content, ideas, and words are 100% my own, unless otherwise stated. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that allow me to showcase these wonderful products.