Happy Planner pages


I recently purchased a MAMBI Happy Planner at Michaels using a 50% off coupon bringing the price down to $17.95. The one I purchased is the Good Things are Going to Happen version and it is very artistic -- loooove it!

Here is a picture of the cover ...

To be completely honest, I already have an Erin Condren planner and love it too. I am using my Erin Codren Life Planner (ECLP) to manage my day job work activities (translation projects, customer contacts, meetings, etc.) and will use this one to plan my crafty activities (YouTube videos, growth strategy and more).

I looked for a divider page that I could use to quickly open my planner to a specific page, but couldn't find one. Needless to say, I designed one I could cut with my electronic die cutting machine. I have three brands so I needed to make sure I could cut the file with any of them, as usual. I designed my files using Illustrator, saved them in SVG format and then opened and saved them with Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) to make sure they could be opened and cut with my Cricut Explore. I also use SCAL when I want to cut with my GCC Puma or Silhouette Cameo. It took a couple of weeks of designing, testing and perfecting before I could make them available to others.

My Happy Planner files are now available in my Etsy shop, but they are also available for free to my Patreon supporters.

My video on putting the pocket pages together is below.


At this time, I have the tabbed divider page and a pocket page, but will soon design more for Happy Planner lovers.

If you are interested in more on planning, please check out my Pocket Pages and Planner Love group on Facebook.