Five Favorites from September’s Planner Kits

Hey crafty ones! It is always so hard to pick your favorites for every kit, at least it is for me! It’s also super hard to pick a favorite kit per month, I always think like “oh, this is my favorite kit!”. Who am I kidding?! Cocoa Daisy always surprises me. Anyways, here are my five favorites and how I have used them so far.

You can never have too much washi tape! Washi tape is so versatile and I have been loving using it on the spines of my pages. It just adds a little jazz to the page.

I also used it to seal this DIY folder to hold receipts, pretty things, or whatever else.

These mason jar stamps are TOO cute, especially paired with the little fireflies. I used them to create a mood tracker in my personal size planner. I had to kind of cram it in so this would definitely work out better for a larger sized planner but still works in the personal size.

As soon as I saw these beautiful moon sticky notes, I knew I had to cut them down into different moon phases. Which then made me think of creating a quote page for “all the phases”. Do you get it!? I then doodled some planet shapes and stars just to add some more to the page. If you aren’t into drawing then try stamping.

Alright, when I first saw the sticky tabs from the planner classified kit I thought how am I going to use them?! They’re perfect and so easy to use for layering since they’re already sticky and pretty. It is a win win and I feel like there is an endless supply of them. Here you can see I used them to layer on one of the memory keeping pocket cards underneath a tab.

I am a sucker for doilies and these patterned ones are darling. These were also included in the planner classified kit. They’re a perfect way to add a little fun in your planner pockets, layer in your planner, and great for memory keeping.

Those are my five favorite but let’s be honest, I absolutely loved everything this month! Such a fun theme, it was out of this world ;). What are your favorites? Share them and don’t forget to tag Cocoa Daisy so we can see.

Until next time crafty ones!




  1. Kelley

    Thank you for these ideas! Keep them coming!

    • thecraftyways

      Thank you Kelley, glad you enjoyed them!


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