Today, I’m sharing with you how I use my Cocoa Daisy Sticker Subscription. If you love stickers like I do, you’ll find there are quite a few kits to choose from! There are 6 different sticker subscriptions available at Cocoa Daisy:
- Memory Keeping Sticker Kit
- Daisy Weeks Sticker Subscription
- Sticker Subscription
- Calendar Stickers Subscription
- Classic Sticker Subscription
- Washi Trio Subscription
For this post, I’m focusing on the kit that I subscribe to – the “Sticker Kit”. To see the September Sticker Kit and past versions, just click on the links below:
In this versatile kit, there are sheets and sheets of sticker goodness!
Now, I’m going to share six examples of how I use the kit. First, I journal about what I’m grateful for in my personal-sized planner:
Second, I use the “heart checklist strips” in my A5 planner. I can write my checklist on one side of the page, and use the other side to decorate, write notes and/or journal:
Third, I like to switch it up! Sometimes, I use the colored, see-through dots for my daily checklist (in my A5 planner):
Fourth, let’s take a look back at July’s “To The Sea” kit. I chose the clipboards to check off my tasks:
Fifth, I repurposed the planner “Daily to-do” pages with labels from the kit. Since I’m spending more time at home due to COVID-19, I wanted a list of television shows to explore. I asked friends for some show suggestions, then I created a Netflix TV show “watchlist”:
For my last example, this month I tried something new. I added a disc-bound planner to my lineup. I used the kit’s “full boxes” (sized 2”x1-1/2”) and then cut up washi strips to decorate my scripture writing pages. Please note the top row:
I hope that one or more of these ideas inspire you! I’ll be back with more next month in “Sticker Parade! Part 2”. If you decide to subscribe to the Sticker Kit, just click on this link: Subscribe to the Sticker Kit.
If you’ve ordered the kit, how are you using it? I’d love to see what you’re doing. Please tag me on Instagram @tiffanyvalentine_ (please note the underscore at the end of the name). I’ll hop on over and take a peek. I love making new friends.