I have a love for Halloween. Not sure why, must be the fact I secretly enjoy being spooked!
Nevertheless, my love for Halloween also has me with a penchant for slightly gothic styles.
So imagine my surprise while scouring through a craft ideas magazine one afternoon and spotting the “gorjuss” range!
In the words of Rachel Zoe: “I die!”
Actually, I had been lusting for a few months over the “gorjuss” range, but to be honest, I had no idea how to incorporate any of it into my very very ungothic style Filofax. Also, my lovely Ozzie is certainly not a gothic colour (orange) so wasn’t sure how it would… Work.
But anyway, today I succumbed to a bumper decoupage pack which included A4 printed papers, alphabet stickers and loads of pictures to pop out!
I got it home and stared at it in horror: what do I do now??!
I decided to get my Filo ready for Halloween. That’s my excuse, anyway.
I’m already really happy with my setup so it was just a case of changing the dividers and today markers, as you can see, below:
When you open my Filo, the first thing you see is my notelets which I have hole punched ready to be used on the go and moved into the designated area.
Here is my front page which includes a cutout for my organiser number.
This is the back of my front page: it has a little memory pocket for keepsake items 🙂
Here is the month tab that has a top tab.
The back of my month tab holds my sticky notes 🙂
Here is my month to view, with my new bookmark: clear! So that I can still view all of the days 🙂
This is my diary section that holds my cotton cream week on 2 pages.
Behind my diary section are my event stickers.
Here is my today marker 🙂
And the back of my today marker.
Here is my password tab 🙂
And the back of the password tab. I figure it might be nice to have a lot of decoration going on :).
And the back of my contacts divider.
Goals tab 🙂
Back of goals.
Back of reference tab.
Finally, back of meetings tab.
And now, I’m all set up for Halloween, yippee!!!
Have you decorated your planner ready for Halloween or seasons etc?