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Hello Kitty Monthly Planner

Hi everyone!  Have you started your Christmas shopping yet?  I can imagine it will be getting a bit crazy from here on out.  I still have a few things to get on my list and then it's wrapping everything that will take a bit of time.

Today I have the rest of my monthly planners that I finished up to share.

These are large planners that I made pretty with some washi paper.  So usually I would try to make them all different by using different washi papers but it is so much easier just to make them all the same!  Plus I really like this pink washi paper.  I added Hello Kitty made from a Sizzix die and the year made from PTI numbers die.

This is the back.  The front piece overlaps to the back if you can see it.

Here is a different one I made since I ran out of the pretty pink washi paper.  I like this one too. 

This is a sample of the inside pages.  They all have vinyl covers too.

The past couple days I've been doing some sewing.  My intention was to start this project in the beginning of November but some how the days just flew by and only now did I get to it.  It is probably my biggest sewing project!

Here's a little glimpse of it.  I have to say I am really proud of how far I've gotten with sewing this.  If I had the rest of the materials I could finish it but I haven't been able to get to Walmart to get more fabric.  Gotta love these Doodlebug fabrics!  In any case, can you guess what I'm making?

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Leanne said…
I put a small dent in my Christmas shopping. Got tons more to work on. Oi-vay not looking forward to that. Ohhh! Such cute HK planners, the paper and the HK really add that nice touch. Love the gold numbers too. Terrific!
Ohhhhhh!!! That looks awemazing Eva!! I wonder if our Wal-Mart has any Doodlebug material? Will have to check. You are not only a wiz at cardmaking, your a wiz with the sewing machine. Crafter extraordinaire. I'm guess it's going to be spectacular! ;)
These planners looks great and I'm sure they will come in good use....
I spy a Christmas tree skirt. Looks great!
You are on a roll Eva. The planners are awesome. And you are one heck of a seamstress. I'm impressed.
Rachel Parys said…
Love the planners, and love this Doodlebug fabric!!!! I am thinking that's is going to be a skirt for the Xmas tree? It is fantastic!! I might have to get out some fabric today.....
Denice said…
You are one busy girl....you are going to have to use one of those adorable planners for yourself, just to keep all of your projects and posts in one place.
I'm guessing you're making Christmas tree skirt too...love the fabric.
Cheryl said…
More cute stuff!! Pretty washi paper on both! And cute HK! We have so many of those McDonalds happy meal toys... Cute doodlebug fabric!
Anonymous said…
ohmy! i'm a monthly planner person - must see my appts. written down. love the pink and in love with washi paper! this is perfect!!

as for holiday shopping...falling behind as usual.

enjoy your week!

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