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October's Happy Planner

IMG_7032It was time to decorate my Happy Planner for October and I couldn't wait.  The above picture was the first page of October that I decorated, as I ran out of time the week before to work on it.  This page was easy to decorate as Saturday is my 28th Wedding Anniversary to my Mr. Wonderful, Mark.  I used the same colors we had in our wedding, Smoky Slate and Sweet Sugarplum.  Believe it or not I used a stamp set that you would think of only using for birthdays, Birthday Blossoms.  For the banner and Happy Anniversary it came from the stamp set, Banners For You.  


This page I used the Acorny Thank You stamp set with Crumb Cake, Calypso Coral, Night of Navy and Old Olive ink.  


I just love the stamp set Cookie Cutter Halloween.  I think I have used it almost everyday on something.  Do you have a stamp set that you are drawn to?  I am going to be sad after Halloween when we won't be able to use all of the little guys in this set.  I will, however, be able to still use the scarecrow.  I have to say he is my favorite out of all of them.  


This page has the first few days of November since Halloween is on Monday.  How cute is the jar with the candy corn falling out of it? One thing I like about the Happy Planner is you can use the markers from Stampin' Up! and it does not go through the paper.  

Do you decorate your planner?  I hope you get some inspiration from my pages to give you ideas on how you can decorate one too.

Have a wonderful day and enjoy this beautiful fall day!

Happy Stampin'



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