Kikki K has always been my go-to shop for weekly diaries over the years. This year, I decided to go with their famous leather planner in personal size (A5 size). I bought the pink one because I really like the saffiano textured leather and the grey and white slanted stripes on the inside. The planner came in a cute box with multi-colour polkadots. I’ve always loved the way Kikki K packaged their products, it’s like they really think about how the buyers should feel when opening them. I have no regrets in buying this planner, because I just realised how fun it is to have a planner that’s totally customisable. It’s fun to see how other #planneraddict setup theirs too!
As I’ve mentioned before, this year I am also using Day Designer planner for my day-to-day planning. Therefore, I’m using this Kikki K planner for my business and personal planning. The first thing I did when setting up this planner was to design the dividers. The planner came with colourful dividers. They are beautiful, but I prefer to design them to suit my preferences. I have dividers for Pippa Paper (my custom portrait illustration business), Design is Yay’s blog book, Personal planning, Cash Flow, and Food & Health.
This is how I design my cover. It has my name, email and the year. Just in case I leave it somewhere (which I really hope that I won’t), I hope that whoever finds it would be kind enough to email me. On the left compartment, I have some adhesive notes from Kikki K’s cute collection, Bunny page markers, cat paper clips from Officeworks, mini cutout Rifle Paper Co calendar and some stickers.
I also have more page markers and sticky notes on the planner dashboard. On the right side you can see some “daily habit reminders” of mine.
For the Cash Flow tab, I bought some pages from Mockeri. I use them to keep track of my earnings and expenses for both of my etsy shops. Mockeri has a lot of cute pages to complete your planner. So if you are in the process of setting up your planner, you should check out their shop and blog.
Last but not least, I replaced Kikki K’s notepad with this Busy B**** notepad from Julie Ann Art. I fell in love with this notepad straight away when I saw it. I also love the fact that the colour of this notepad really compliments the planner’s colour scheme.
So, what do you think of my Kikki K personal planner setup?
Do you have one of Kikki K’s planner, and how do you set them up?
If you like this post, you should check out the post where I share about all the planners I am using in 2015.
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This post is not sponsored by Kikki K at all. I write good things about Kikki K a lot because I really, really, really, really love them. And I do think they are that great :)