You may or may not know that a couple of weeks ago I launched a new shop on Etsy, Paper Chic Co where I sell printable desk planners. I’ve designed a number of different planners from daily, weekly and blog related planners all instantly downloadable after purchase and can then be printed off as many times as you wish. I have designed a few more and wanted to share them with you. If you are looking for a Christmas planner, I have you covered.
I really enjoyed making this Christmas planner, I’m usually so organised at Christmas time but I still end up in a bit of a flap or I forget to buy something! This pack includes 4 pages, Christmas Shopping Planner, Christmas Shopping Planner Continuation page, To Do/ Notes page and a Christmas Card Planner. I’ve designed them in a subtle pinky/peach shade with a little Christmassy touch. Once you purchase, you will have access to 4 PDF files which you can download instantly.
This planner is perfect for anyone who wants to be super organised with every single blog post. Check boxes to ensure you have done everything you need, main points box so you don’t forget any information when writing your post and a content summary box so you draft your writing. I also added a social media section at the bottom so you can keep track of which platform you have shared your post on.
If you like to plan out your meals for the week this simple meal planner will help! A shopping list down one side so you don’t forget anything you need for the week and the full 7 day planner on the left side. I’m currently working on a landscape version as well.
This very detailed office planner will most definitely keep you organised throughout your work week. Monday to Friday sections where you can jot down your tasks for the day, a note section on each day and meetings you need to attend. There’s also a “Tasks Outstanding” section where you can write down everything that needs to be done the following week.
Another office planner but this time for daily use. A large “To Do” section where you can mark the task as high, medium or low priority, notes, meetings for the day and “Tasks for Tomorrow” So you can be prepared for the following day.
I hope you like these new planners and find them useful, I will be using the Christmas Planner myself, no excuses if I forget anything then! I’m also currently working on wall art for the shop as well, just simple quotes for now and I’m really happy with what I have so far, I shall write a new post once they have gone live.
Is there a planner you would like to see on the shop? Let me know in the comments!