August Planner Pages

I thought before I added the ink to my August Planner pages, I would go ahead and share them to you.  I have once again pulled out some stencils from to personal stash (and it is a huge personal stash of stencils) and some distress ink to created these layouts, not to mention a full range of supplies from the ECD Planner collection.  My color theme for August is brown and red (don’t judge) so each page sort of has the rugged brick feeling.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner aFor my August Cover page, I pulled out the Pocket Planner 2 die set to create a place for all the receipts I collect over the month.  Additionally I used Planner 4 Essentials to die cut the page, Planner 5 Essentials to add the die cut bits, and the Blackboard Alphabet die set to spell out AUGUST.  I used both Ladybug Red and Rust Soft Finish Cardstock.  I also stamped a floral image onto the paper using the Patterns 1 stamp set.  Used festive berries and vintage photo distress ink to color these pages.

I also die cut and colored a insert tag using the Planner Essentials 7 die set.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner bFor the first week of the month, I used my standard layout collection of My Life, Schedule, and Bullet Journaling stamp set to create the planner layout.  I also added some floral stamping from the Patterns 1 stamp set and a sentiment from the Retro Labels Sayings stamp set.  I used tea dyed and fired brick distress ink to create this page.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner cFor the second week of the month, I also used my standard layout collection of My Life, Schedule, and Bullet Journaling stamp set to create the planner layout.  I also added some floral stamping from the Patterns 1 stamp set and a sentiment from the Retro Labels Sayings stamp set.  I used brushed corduroy and festive berries distress inks for this page.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner dThe third week also used the collection of My Life, Schedule, and Bullet Journaling stamp set to create the planner layout.  I also added some floral stamping from the Patterns 1 stamp set and a sentiment from the Retro Labels Sayings stamp set.  I colored this page with antique linen and abandoned coral distress ink.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner eThe forth week uses the same combination of products, but I think you can see that I am trying to change up a little how I stamp my boxes here.  I used walnut stain and fired brick distress ink to create these pages.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft, August Planner fFor my final week of the month, I also used all the same products, but once again tried stamping out the boxes in a new way for me.  I used gathered twigs and candies apple distress ink to create this page.

Thanks for peeking in at this month’s planner pages.  Let me know in the comments below which of the different stamped boxes is your favorite.  Until then, Happy Crafting.

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