There she is! All snuggled up into the kikki-k Berry Planner!!! eeek!
Table of Contents
The Tools Needed:
Strong fingers and arms for uncoiling! (pretty exhausting & tedious, but easy once you got it down)
A paper cutter to trim pre punched holes that were coiled
PaperPro Hole Punch about $5 (also came in purple, green & pink)
this one I couldn’t find in stores but is only $1.99
works great, doesn’t hurt and I did about 5 pages easily!
An A5 divider with holes to use as a template for hole punching
Video Showing the Whole Process
only took me an hour in all! Very easy!
Pictures of the Erin Condren inside of the Kikki-K Berry Planner
Front Cover of EC inside Kikki-K
An angled view
Holes barely go into the weekly pages as seen here
Side View (BIG planner problems)
Punched the folder and zip pouch as well
A little hard to shut with the whole erin condren inside, may have to take out some stuff
EEP! Only messed up on these 3 pages…no biggie though
How I Feel About it Now
I love the feel of carrying around a leather planner
nothing feels “open” and I no longer feel like things may fall out
I love that I can add, rearrange and take out pages as I wish
The pages are easy to turn
It is pretty packed, but then again I put in my “whole” eclp in there including covers, zip pouch and folder
hard to snap close
tabs stick out a bit
I love it. It is more important to me to carry it around comfortably. I love the feel and how easy it is to turn the pages now. I probably will finish this year’s erin condren planner then move into the kikki-k’s inserts for next year. I am in love with the kikki-k. I love that I’m still able to use my erin condren though because I love her weekly layout and cute colors. But I am a DIY girl and I love to change things up so this is perfect for me!
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