Hey everyone, Sabrina here! How many of you are horizontal planners? And, how many of you are like me and have wondered if vertical stickers fit into the horizontal planners? Raise those hands up high. Well, guess what... they do indeed fit with just a little tweaking. Today’s blog, I am showing you all how you can use a vertical weekly kit in a horizontal planner!
Let’s get planning! All you need for this is a fresh week, any vertical weekly kit of your choice, a pen and of course your planner! If you are planning with Erin Condren sheets in a Kikki.K like myself, you’ll need a hole punch to just re-punch those holes you covered up with a sticker.
I am planning ahead and using the Merry and Bright full weekly kit from PopFizzPaper for the end of November/ early December. The blue and green colors in the Erin Condren colored horizontal didn’t match with this kit’s colors so I am going to be using a week from October and turning it into a different month by covering the month and dates with stickers to use it for any week I want. Then I did the left side by adding date covers and dates, a quote to the top left, a November month of the year sticker, and a decorative sticker.
I went ahead and finished covering up my October with another quote, added a December monthly sticker, and used the rest of my date covers and dates. I then placed all my decorative full boxes to the right side. I liked using the entire sticker even if it did overlap a bit but you can totally trim the top and bottom of to fit that space more precise. I got my weekend sticker down, added my payday and bill dues, another quote, and a weekly full box to the bottom notes section. As you can see, everything is fitting nicely for being a vertical kit in a horizontal layout.
Now that I kind of got the hang of placement and the imagery in my mind of where I plan to place the rest of my stickers I went ahead and just had some fun placing everything down. For me the middle section is for all my to-do’s, the right side on the decorative full boxes is for my work schedule/ anything important that has a deadline, and the left side is more to-do’s or things that I would like to do that day.
That’s it! I think it turned out super cute I cannot wait until the end of November to finish filling in this week. This kit is a perfect transition into the next holiday season. Whether you try out using a vertical kit in a horizontal spread or you use one of PopFizzPaper’s new horizontal kits we want to see it! Come share it with us over at the PopFizzPaper Fans Facebook group or tag @PopFizzPaper on Instagram!