So you bought an undated planner, or picked up an undated extension pack. Now what?
Sometimes, It can be a tad overwhelming to have to date the pages of an undated planner, but I have three ways that will make this task less of a chore and more of a creative outlet!
Here are my 3 favorite ways to date an undated planner.
Stickers are a great option if you want to take the guesswork out of dating your pages because they are available in just about every color and style you can think of!
Whether you are using a sticker book with numbers, dates, and months, such as this one, or one of your favorite sticker sheets from the sticker aisle of your local craft store, the options are endless!
What about those extension packs?
Oftentimes, when you pick up an undated extension pack to add into your planner, a set of stickers is included in the pack. This makes sorting out stickers quick, easy and super convenient!
If you are on a budget, and you don’t want to have to sort through stickers for dating your planner, stamps are a great alternate option! You can find all sorts of stamps to use week over week, and you have the chance to switch up the colors by choosing different ink colors.
You can use stamps like these to get the job done!
Simply writing in the dates and months into your planner gives you tons of creative flexibility! Whether you choose a Crayola marker, your favorite pen, or up the annie by using lettering tools like these, you have endless options right at your fingertips!
I especially loves this look in my undated Mini Happy planner pages!
I love using undated planners because of the full customization that is available! So, how will you date your undated planner pages? Have another favorite way to date your undated planners? Drop a comment below to let me know!
Be sure to catch my 2-minute video all about this topic!
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